Have you ever wondered if the United States Supreme Court has defined “caucasian?” This nifty video from MTV explains the history of the word, its pseudo-scientific origins and the codification of the definition into law.
I have been practicing for over twenty years and I still love what I do. I have amassed a great number of credentials and I have been named one of the top DUI attorneys in the country by TIME and Car & Driver Magazine. If you are facing the trauma of a drunk driving arrest, please contact me for a free consultation at (937) 318-1384 or 888-ROWLAND.
Earlier this week I gave you a breakdown of the grant money received by Ohio in fiscal year 2015 from various federal grant programs. As you will recall the total was a whopping $18,020,292. Of that money, $5,028,774 was received by Ohio in FY 2015 to fight OVI. This post will focus on the Section 405(d) grants that are specifically targeting impaired drivers.
Under the federal program (SAFETEA-LU), Ohio was eligible for this grant in one of two ways: More info
Cheap beer is not a fresh idea, but for Natty it wasn’t supposed to be this way. Concocted by Anheuser-Busch in the 1970s, Natty was envisioned as the brewery’s elegant answer to the Miller Lite juggernaut. It wasn’t. Today it’s a punch line even to the people who buy it. And yet, according to Beverage Industry, Natural Light is currently the 5th best-selling beer in the U.S. Natty, it seems, is the beer that America both laughs at and loves. It’s been a strange journey.
In addition to telling the not-so-successful story of the launch and early advertisements for Natty Light, the article also talks about the process of making and marketing the first light beers. Taking us full circle through the less than stellar performance of the brand, the article ends with a justification for America’s second look at this (great?) Ohio beer.
In 2009 came the Great Recession. Beer drinkers began trading down to “sub-premium” brands, and A-B courted them with its first television advertising campaign for Natty since the early years of its launch. There were no celebrities this time around. The crude ads touted “nattyisms”—dull-witted jargon targeting young drinkers and couch-potatoes—but they were good enough to launch Natty into the top five in U.S. beer sales.
If you get a chance check this article out, if you need to speak to an attorney because you have been accused of having too many Natty Lights, give DaytonDUI a call at (937) 318-1384.
Thank you to all of you who trust us to represent you through the tough times in your life. We are thankful for the trust you place in us and for the opportunity to represent you. We will use this season as a rededication to you, our clients.
We are thankful for the notes of thanks we receive from past clients and we are thankful for all of you who tell a trusted friend that we can help them. We are thankful for the kind words when we are frustrated and the shared laughs when the absurdity of the world overwhelms us. We are thankful for your twitter follows, Facebook likes and google pluses. We are thankful for you calls, your expectations and your confidence in us. So today, we raise a toast to you… our clients. Happy Thanksgiving!