We are pleased to announce that BABC Business Level Member, EZR Mobile, has appointed fellow Member Chris O’Brien as Director of Sales. Our congratulations Chris and wishing you well in your new role. We know you will be a valuable asset to the EZR team. EZR Mobile is a unique and flexible consumer Way-Finding System and corporate advertising platform designed to help people locate their cars quickly and easily. Current clients include airports, shopping centers, off-site parking garages, real estate brokers and Churches to name a few. As an example, airports use this mobile, interactive and multi-lingual platform to provide their travelers with access to real-time travel information prior to their arrival and upon their return.
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'We’ve been hearing rumblings about possible legislation moving forward in Sacramento that will give the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (“ABC”) more oversight over companies that deliver alcohol products here in California. Last week, we got our first look at Senate Bill 254, which had been a mere placeholder since its introduction on February 7 by Senator Portantino.'
Iconic AT&T Park will provide the spectacular backdrop to the four-day Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament in July, 2018 that features 24 men’s teams and 16 women’s teams competing for the title of World Champions. San Francisco 2018 will be the seventh-edition of the global tournament and the third to feature both men’s and women’s competitions. A vibrant new logo for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 depicts the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge. Fans are encouraged to sign up to register their interest in tickets via the official tournament website. “We are thrilled to be hosting this prestigious World Rugby tournament in 2018. Since our ballpark opened in 2000, we have hosted many world-class events,” said San Francisco Giants President and CEO Larry Baer. “To now have the opportunity to welcome the top rugby sevens players and their fans from all over the world to AT&T Park is a great honor for us.”