Fredericksburg Local Business
5 hrs ago | via Hopewell News
The founder and president of the local Farmer's Foods grocery chain was sentenced to two years of home incarceration for committing nearly $2 million worth of fraud against the Kellogg Company. John David Farmer, 78, was sentenced in federal court on March 10 to five years probation, including two years of home incarceration, after pleading guilty to one count of the conspiracy to commit wire fraud last year along with co-conspirator John Morrell Palmer III, of Fredericksburg. Comment?
Yesterday | via PR.com
QRC Technologies has been awarded US patent numbers 8,976,906 and 8,982,971 for using RF Spectrum information to detect the presence of OFDMA signals. OFDMA is the modulation used in most of the 'newest' types of wireless communication systems, including WiFi, WiMAX and LTE. Comment?
Wednesday | via PR.com
QRC Technologies, an original equipment manufacturer of Radio Frequency & Cellular Test and Measurement Equipment, including the Surveyor-500 cellular survey tool and the Wide Band Transcorder RF Transceiver, Recorder and Playback system, has formalized their quality management system by registering and being awarded with ISO 9001:2008 certification. QRC has been conforming to ISO 9001:2008 quality manufacturing practices since 2013 using a team of nine employees trained as process auditors. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via PR.com
"This well located property will be sold at 11 am and will make a great primary residence or investment property," according to John Nicholls, president of the company. "The owners have instructed us to market and sell this property and that equates to an amazing opportunity to own or invest in property that will meet your current or future needs." Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via PR.com
"This valuable property will be sold at 1 pm on site. Make plans now to purchase this great investment property," according to John Nicholls, president of the company. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via Politico
Millennials might still be consumers of news, but they aren't as likely to be willing to pay for it, a new study found. At least 40 percent of millennials pay for some kind of digital news subscription, such as a news app, 14 percent; digital newspaper, 10 percent; digital magazines, 11 percent; or email newsletters, 9 percent, says the new report by the Media Insight Project , a collaboration between the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Comment?
Sunday Mar 15 | via PR Log
Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., announces the auction of the former Tidewater Market, a 4,000+/- sq. ft. former supermarket building on 1+/- acres, on March 20th PRLog - March 15, 2015 - FREDERICKSBURG, Va. Comment?
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