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Zak’s GoPak makes packing healthy lunches a breeze

BY Jason Owen

SPOKANE, Wash. — Zak Designs has announced a new GoPak container designed to make packing lunches easy and without the worry of messy spills.

The GoPak container is a durable food storage container that features a large sandwich compartment on one side and a covered snack container on the other. The snack container itself is divided into three seprate sections, allowing parents to mix and match a variety of fruits, vegetables and other snacks with their child’s lunch. A snap-tight lid keeps the snacks securely in place and allows both sections to fold up and lock together in one easy-to-pack container.

The GoPak line also features a durable utensil set with travel case, keeping the utensils clean prior to use and preventing unwanted messes in the lunch bag afterwards. Both the container and utensil set are dishwasher safe.

The GoPak containers feature a variety of licensed characters that can be found on the company’s website.


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New South University pharmacy dean to oversee programs in Ga., S.C.

BY Alaric DeArment

SAVANNAH, Ga. — South University has appointed a new dean of its pharmacy school, the university announced.

Curtis Jones will oversee pharmacy programs for the South University School of Pharmacy in Georgia and South Carolina, reporting to vice chancellor of academic affairs Steven Yoho.

Jones started working for the school 10 years ago as assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences and served in that position until 2007. In addition to teaching, he conducted esearch focusing on drug delivery to brain tumors, hemostasis and the diagnosis and treatment of chronic wounds.

"Dr. Jones brings the highest qualities to the position of dean of the School of Pharmacy," Yoho said. "He is a well-known researcher with the expertise, knowledge and scientific curiosity to advance his field, he is an experienced educator who consistently seeks to improve the level of curriculum and instruction, and he is a proven leader within the pharmacy sector who is focused on providing his students with excellence in education that will prepare them for a life of learning and growth."

 

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Snickers Bites partners with female jockey for Kentucky Derby giveaway

BY Jason Owen

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. — Mars Chocolate, the makers of Snickers brand candy, announced today that the company is teaming up with jockey Rosie Napravnik as she attempts to make history in this weekend’s Kentucky Derby race.

Mars Chocolate North America officially partnered with Rosie by announcing Snickers will give away 1 million Snickers Bites — which are unwrapped, bite-sized versions of the candy bar — if she wins the famous race on May 4.

“Rosie Napravnik is a great athlete who is a lot like Snickers Bites — they may be small, but they’re substantial,” said Roy Benin, chief consumer officer at Mars Chocolate North America. “Rosie is already chasing history, so fans shouldn’t need additional reasons to root for her — but we’re giving them 1 million new ones anyway.”

Napravnik, 25, is one of the leading jockeys in wins in North America and has quickly become a fan favorite around the world in the sport of kings. Should she win Saturday, she will become the first woman to do so in the prestigious event’s history. A High Bridge, N.J., native, she spent much of her life around the stables and began riding professionally in 2005. Her partnership with Snickers Bites stands as her first endorsement with a national consumer brand.

“Riding in such a prestigious event is definitely an honor, but make no mistake, I’m out to win,” Napravnik said. “Winning on Saturday would fulfill a life-long dream, but knowing fans would be rewarded by Snickers would make it even more satisfying.”

Snickers Bites offers the trademark Snickers combination of chocolate, peanuts, caramel and nougat shrunk down in small, no fuss, "pop ’em in your mouth" milk chocolate cubes. The unwrapped treats are ideal for sharing, whether you’re watching a movie, attending a gathering or cheering Rosie and her mount as they head down the home stretch.

If Rosie and her mount win on Saturday, Snickers will offer 1 million Snickers Bites (equal to 62,500 bags with 16 pieces each) on a first come, first serve basis (while supplies last) in June. The brand will announce complete details on their Facebook page within days of her victory.

Snickers Bites are available nationwide at club, convenience, drug, grocery, mass, specialty and value stores.


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