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Tampa Hydrographics Facility offers a full slate of world-class water transfer printing and custom firearm coating processes


Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL - Tampa Hydrographic Facility offers and excels at the following processes:  Hydrographic or hydrodipping water-based printing Duracoat KG Gun Kote Cerakote We work with customers from across Florida and the United States, designing and applying customized dip applications for a wide range of motor vehicles and marine vessels as well as a variety of handguns, rifles and other firearms. As long as it is constructed of plastic, metal or wood, Tampa Hydrographic Facility can imprint a design with... Read More »

Custom Design Hydrodip Studio for automotive, motor sports and firearms now open in Pinellas County


The company's showroom and design studio is now open in Pinellas County for phone and walk-in estimates and orders. Founded by Tony Mittelstaedt, Tampa Hydrographics Facility offers a state-of-the-art, one-stop shop for this revolutionary procedure guaranteed to draw attention and praise. Tampa Hydrographic Facility provides two separate services - water-based hydrographic dipping or printing for automobiles, marine vessels, all-terrain vehicles, golf carts and more and professional Duracoating, KG Koting and Cerakoting for firearms and m... Read More »

Lisa Stewart Designs, The Tech Bag Specialists, offers new custom, bespoke leather laptop bags, handcrafted in the USA


Lisa Stewart Designs today announced the introduction of a new line of custom leather tech and laptop bags for the busy executive on the go. Developed out of their successful line of leather tech bags that have sold around the globe, Lisa Stewart's new custom, bespoke design services are intended to help the business traveler who needs to carry all of their tech and critical items in one bag, stylishly and conveniently. In offering these services, Lisa Stewart Designs is dedicated to working closely with individual customers to design and devel... Read More »

JCDecaux launches self-service electric bikes


With its various self-service bike programmes around the world, JCDecaux will soon have reached 650,000 users, with the bikes combined travelling over one billion kilometres. In its twelve years of international experience, JCDecaux has installed 52,000 self-service bikes and 4,700 docking stations across 70 cities in 13 different countries around the world. JCDecaux pioneered this eco-friendly, individual but shared form of transport when it launched its first bikes in Vienna (Austria) in 2003. Since then, it has constantly updated its self-se... Read More »

MEISSEN COUTURE Fabric Receives “Best Fabrics Award 2015″


This year, the “Best Fabrics Award 2015” went to the fabric “Fire Tail”, modelled on the tail of the “Rich Dragon” – a famous Meissen décor. The delicate jaquard weave in splendid colours lends the fabric a special depth and brilliance. The colour scheme is oriented on the shades of traditional painting on porcelain. Both the design and the innovative fabric properties of this product convinced the expert jury. For MEISSEN COUTURE, this award is once again proof that with the unique combination of tradition and innovation, the company is on ... Read More »

Excellent independent test results for Vredestein summer tyres


The achievements are a testimony to the success of Vredestein’s philosophy, which aims to provide maximum performance for every car that fits its tyres. “Exemplary”, “highly recommended”, “great performance on wet and dry roads”, “low rolling resistance”, “number one in handling on dry and wet roads, fastest wet time” are just some of the quotes from the test reports. The renowned German car magazine Auto Bild, the German and Austrian automobile clubs ADAC and ÖAMTC, and the consumer organisation Stiftung Warentest subjected the all-round mo... Read More »

ibis Styles unveils the results of its survey on how design is viewed around the world


The question is, are we all talking about the same thing when we talk about design? It’s such a subjective issue that it’s difficult to establish a universal definition for it. We associate it with the notions of “stylishness”, “graphic design” and of course “decorating” and “interior design”. As part of its drive to make the world of design accessible to as many people as possible, from March 13th to May 13th 2015, ibis Styles is running a totally connected operation on instagram: #captureibisstyles. To mark its launch, the brand is providing ... Read More »

RTL Group launches new corporate website


The new website has been designed to meet the needs of users in the digital world. It therefore has improved usability, is responsive, and includes more visual material. More specifically, the website’s layout has undergone a complete makeover and has been optimised for all devices and browsers. The flat design enables fast loading times, while a clear, streamlined navigation structure guides users through the world of RTL Group. The new site’s prominently placed videos and emotive pictures highlight multimedia content, current news and stories... Read More »

Award-winning EYES IN Magazine celebrates humanity in Edition 41


Vivian Van Dijk, Editor-in-Chief and President of EYES IN™ Magazine, (Periodic Publication), has released the interactive 41st digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine. Featuring in-magazine videos and more, ad-free, Edition 41 showcases the world's innovative creators from several industries, including film, photography, technology and fashion. EYES IN™ Magazine Featured Creators™ in Edition 41 respond to the humanity we share, despite our struggles and pointed differences. Humanity is celebrated in the work of iconic photographer Yann Arthus-Bert... Read More »

Modern Wine Cellar Builder in Fort Lauderdale/Miami Florida wins Houzz Best in design


Facing the inevitable downturn to the financial industry in 2008, forward thinking investment banker, Jake Duquette, made a bold move. He decided to leave his career in the high finance world and enter the construction industry, of all places, at a time when the industry was in shambles after the housing bubble burst. Why would Duquette make such a crazy move? He had seen many spectacular residential luxury wine cellars in the homes of his high net worth clients. It was clear that this was an industry that was not diminishing, even during a ... Read More »

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