Ku Klux Klan business cards describing a “social visit” from the hate group — and warning that the next one would be a “business call” — are appearing in the yards of Joe Biden supporters in Tennessee.
Shelbyville resident Breana Green told local outlet WSMV-TV that her friend’s home was targeted.
“We noticed that there was litter in the yard,” Green told the outlet. “I started to pick up the litter and noticed these business cards.”
About 20 Ku Klux Klan business cards bearing the threatening message were strewn across the yard, she said.
It appeared that whoever left the cards was provoked by the Biden-Harris sign in the yard, Green said.
“There [were] also tire marks in the yard which indicated the sign had been [run] over,” she told the outlet.
“I was really startled by it and also kind of scared,” Green told WPLN-FM, another local station.
Leading Senior Care Franchise Announces Launch of New Territory in Ontario
ROSEVILLE, Calif., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Always Best Care Senior Services, one of the leading senior care franchise systems in the United States, announced today that it has awarded a Canadian Master Franchise territory to Steve Kelly. As part of the master agreement, Kelly will oversee Always Best Care’s franchise development in Canada, specifically in the province of Ontario, and will be responsible for driving the brand’s growth throughout the region. Kelly is also opening the company’s newest location in Oakville, Ontario, located at 710 Dorval Drive, Suite 115. Always Best Care of Oakville will provide award-winning senior care services to communities such as Mississauga, Burlington, Hamilton and Milton.
“We’re happy to welcome Steve on board to oversee our franchise development and
Chinese astrology has it that 2020 is a “metal rat” year, and is associated with turbulence. Covid-19 has certainly provided a quantum of it. With a steep market dive in the first quarter, and sharp worldwide economic contraction, Asian business has had a rough ride. As star signs go, 2020 has so far lived up to its ratty astrological reputation.
The results of a survey conducted from August to September of Hong Kong-based Asia Business Council’s members, who are the chairmen and CEOs of some of Asia’s leading multi-national companies, collectively valued at nearly $3 trillion, and with some 3 million employees, offer insights against the turbulent backdrop of a year dominated by Covid-19. With a response rate of 83% (58 out of 70 members), the