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Posted 1/18/16 at 5:56 AM | Sylvie Simms

The History of Detectable Warning Tiles

Over the years, legislation has been passed that helps to protect those with disabilities. These acts include the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. In addition to working to make people with disabilities safer, no matter where they go, these two acts also require that sidewalks and crossing specifically be made safer.

Detectable warning tiles are the solution to making pedestrians with disabilities safer. These tiles are used to help make sidewalks safer for pedestrians with disabilities by warning them that a crossing is coming up. This is made possible by the fact that detectable warning tiles have bumps and are colored differently than the surrounding sidewalk. Over the years, the detectable warning tiles have been improved, helping to save countless lives, since pedestrians with disabilities are warned that danger may be close.

Posted 1/18/16 at 5:53 AM | Sylvie Simms

Top 5 Wine Travel Destinations

No matter whom you ask, everyone has a destination on their list for where they would most like to travel. Whether it is because of the food, culture, or history, traveling to a far-off land allows people to experience something appealing that they can’t at home. This is especially true when it comes to wine, which is why wine travel has become an industry that attracts a number of tourists to spots around the world each year. If you are looking to visit one of the world’s top wine regions, here are five places you shouldn’t miss:

  1. Bordeaux, France – France as a whole is known as a top wine producer, and Bordeaux, alone, has over 100,000 vineyards.
  2. Okanagan Valley, British Columbia – This area of Canada produces more than 60 grape varietals, ensuring you will find the perfect glass on your journey.
  3. Mendoza, Argentina – Home of the Malbec, Argentina is another can’t-miss wine region. Mendoza also produces unrivaled Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
  4. Tuscany, Italy – Some of the finest wine, produced with old-world traditions, is found throughout Tuscany.
  5. Cape Town, South Africa – The popularity of South African wine has grown recently, and the Western Cape region produces an estimated one billion liters of wine each year.

Posted 1/18/16 at 5:52 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Holidays and Credit Card Processing | Learn more about how the holidays are affecting credit card processing this year. Visit

Posted 1/18/16 at 4:09 AM | Sylvie Simms

Kia Cadenza Versus Toyota Avalon | Get great information on the Kia Cadenza versus Toyota Avalon. See a side by side comparison on specs, safety features, fuel economy and reliability.

Posted 1/15/16 at 12:25 AM | Sylvie Simms

Tips for Managing a Successful Auto Repair Business

Improved customer satisfaction means better business for you. Take your auto repair company to the next level with these trusty tips for success.

Posted 1/14/16 at 6:13 AM | Sylvie Simms

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Posted 1/14/16 at 5:15 AM | Sylvie Simms

Traits of the Best Pontoon Boats | The Manitou Pontoon Boats blog features information on pontoon boat maintenance, care, and anything else relating to boating safety or the boating experience.

Posted 1/14/16 at 3:57 AM | Sylvie Simms

A Guys Guide to Accessorizing | From casual clothes to formal wear and everything in between, get the skinny on what guys need to know about stepping up their style game.

Posted 1/13/16 at 4:34 AM | Sylvie Simms

Technological Advances Can Make Your Parking Business More Profitable | Parking structures have come a long way in recent years, and necessarily so. The cost of operating a parking structure continues to rise, forcing owners to develop new strategies for monetizing their business. Fortunately, many operators are forging new ways to increase profits while minimizing costs, in ways that can also benefit the customer.

Posted 1/11/16 at 5:05 AM | Sylvie Simms

Project Management with Santa Claus | Get more information on the different things Hydra is doing to give back to the community online today! Call us for more information on upcoming events or sponsorships.

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