Stream Energy Patch is located in Dallas, Texas and although they’re a corporation that deals with energy. They are so much more, they’ve made it their Mission to help the less fortunate whether that be children and those who are victims of Natural Disasters such as Hurricane Harvey that wrecked and totally devastated countless neighborhoods throughout Dallas, Texas. Donating transportation to homeless veterans who fought for our freedoms to help them and their families to get by or simply to give children a day full of fun at a Water Park!
According to statistics from WalletHub, Texas happens to be one of the least generous states in the United States of America and Stream Energy has made it their mission to fix that and put more heart and soul into Texas. They have worked with the Salvation Army, American Red Cross and Habitat For Humanity to help give meals, clothing and school supplies to kids and the community when times get rough. They’ve donated Millions of dollars to various charities and in 2016 when Tornadoes ripped through Northern Texas on the day after the Christmas Holiday. Stream Energy leaped onto the scene and provided support alongside the Salvation Army and helped raise money for those who lost their homes, businesses and all else by using funds made from their own sales so they could help restore the community who was devastated and badly needed help.
Stream Energy has made it clear that they are always on the lookout for new ways to bring help to those who need it, they’re always searching for a problem to fix and personally I hope they inspire more companies to stand up and do what’s right for the people who help build their empires. Corporate America defintely makes a lot of money every year, that’s no suprise, it’s common sense. But what so many people don’t realize is just how much of that money made is actually given back to the people of America in times of desperate need or even just to do something lovely for a community or a cause. People do care, corporations care too.
When you visit the Polynesian Island you will have to stop at the Fagali International Airport. This airport is small but right in the heart of Fagali and is the “go-to” place when it comes to finding deals around town. They have specials and deal all the time and they can tell you where to have the most fun. Some of the fun things you can do on this Polynesian Island is listed below. Read this article about Fagali Airport at Radio New Zealand
There are the infamous Fagali Nights filled with exciting male dancers that have the energy of a fire ball mixed with feminine female dancers that know the native dances of the land. This show is entertaining and you can also eat outside while enjoying the dancing and the fire. There is also the dive and snorkeling the Island offers. Snorkeling in this Samoan paradise is full of colorful fish that swim right up to you and beside you. Make sure you remember your camera because you will want to take a lot of pictures. Another expedition we want to mention is the Samoa Culture Village. This historical area of the Island is full of Samoan cultural artifacts that you will ove. This is the perfect place to get souvenirs. Last but not least we have to mention the Immaculate Conception of Mary Cathedral. This cathedral is larger than life and you will feel like you stepped back into time when you enter this timeless state of the art building. It is full of historical artifacts and considered to be sacred.
This Island is not desolate. We have all heard about vacations to Hawaii and Tahiti but what about Fagali? This place should be on everyones bucket list. Visiting this Island in Polynesia is life changing and unforgettable. Learn more: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/samoa/transportation/fagalii-airport/a/poi-tra/1483125/362914
If you want a perfect example of the American dream in action, look no further than the story behind a company called OSI Industries. It all begins with the story of a humble, hardworking German immigrant named Otto Kolschowsky. He moved from Germany to Chicago, which had a huge population of German immigrants at the time. In fact, people of direct German descent made up about a quarter of the city’s population.
Chicago attracted so many immigrants in those days because it was a bustling center of business where industry and ingenuity combined to make a city that Carl Sandburg referred to as the “City Of The Big Shoulders”. This name was given due to the large numbers of industries that were based there, including butchers and other meat processing businesses, tool makers, and agricultural products.
It was this bustling immigrant metropolis that Otto Kolschowsky entered in 1907. Two years later, he was ready to open up his own butcher shop in the west side. What started out as a humble neighborhood butcher shop gradually grew over the next decade, under the watchful eye and skillful hand of a master butcher. By the end of the first world war, he had expanded and become a wholesaler of quality meats. As part of this effort, he expanded into Maywood. In 1928, having become a family business, the butcher shop was renamed “Otto and Sons”. It was this family business that would later become OSI Industries.
Everything changed for Otto and Sons when they formed a crucial partnership with an up and coming restauranteur named Ray Kroc. You may not know who he is, but you should. He was the man who took McDonald’s from a local hamburger hole and turned it into the monetary powerhouse that it is today. And from the very start, Otto and Sons (now called OSI Industries) have been supplying all of meat.
After their recent merger with Turi Foods, the company is on track to continue expanding and acquiring. Turi Foods is one of Australia’s biggest producers of poultry products, adding a whole new dimension to the company’s profile. While you may not have heard of OSI Industries, you might want to thank them because you have probably been enjoying their products for a long time.