In hair care, cleansing conditioners are some of the most popular products to date. These cleansers give the user a more thorough cleans than shampoo or water along. There are dozens of options on the market today that come from many different brands such as Pantene, Head & Shoulders, L’Oréal, Maybelline’ and others. Unfortunately, most of these brands have cleansers that are full of toxins known as parabens and sulfates. These toxins can cause a variety of issues such as itchy scalp, brittle follicles, dryness, and even hair breakage. Though they may give you immediate results, it’s the long term affects that consumers should be worried about.
Some of the very best cleansing conditioners on the market today are from a brand known as WEN by Chaz. WEN by Chaz was founded by celebrity hair stylist Chaz Dean and he developed the brand as a reflection of his very own healthy lifestyle. WEN’s cleansing conditioners are top notch products that are loaded with beneficial ingredients such as pomegranate extract, fig, rosemary extract, cucumber, sweet almond mint, aloe vera leaf, panthenol, glycerin, wild cherry bark, bamboo green tea and more. These organic ingredients heal the hair and scalp by hydrating it and with consistent use, users will experience the ultimate in possessing beautiful hair that shines and that is moisturized. No other brand can match WEN by Chaz for total hair care health.
It’s fig formulas are great for moisturizing hair that’s thick, curly, or coarse. The sweet almond mint formula is good for first time users as it gives a deep cleanse. The cucumber formula removes excess sebum as it thoroughly cleanses the hair right down to the scalp. As you can see, there are numerous formulas to choose from so let WEN by Chaz bring your hair back from the brink.
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Otto Kolschowsky migrated to the United States from Germany in 1909. A couple of years later he opened a meat market with his family in Oak Park, Illinois. Otto quickly gained a reputation for supplying a great product in a timely manner. His operation soon expanded beyond its small business roots. He named his growing enterprise Otto and Sons and began distributing meat throughout the Oak Park area to other food organizations. The company eventually crossed paths with Ray Kroc in the nineteen-fifties. Ray Kroc was the CEO of McDonald’s.
McDonald’s was a fast growing restaurant chain that was opening a new restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois. Kroc chose Otto & Sons to be their meat supplier in that area. Otto and Sons developed a strong relationship with the McDonald’s CEO. They brought several innovations to the meat distribution industry. Cryogenic freezing was a new method for storing food products for long periods of time while maintaining their freshness.
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The company applied this practice to their business in order to maintain the large amounts of product that McDonald’s continue to demand. They also introduced the patty cutting machine. This gave them the ability to provide McDonald’s with meat in the manner they preferred it. Such sharp business practices endeared Otto and Sons to Ray Kroc. McDonald’s soon became an international phenomenon. By this point Otto and Sons was its exclusive meat supplier.
Otto and Sons changed its name to OSI Industries in 1975. They opened a plant in West Chicago and continued to expand operations. There are currently 65 plants operating in 17 different countries. OSI supplies meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pork, poultry, and vegetable products. It has added other major food chains to its customer list such as Papa John’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, Starbucks and Subway.
OSI was named by Forbes as 136th largest privately owned company in the United States. It continues to be an equal opportunity employer and provides career chances to candidates around the world.
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Securus Technologies, a leader in civil and criminal justice technology, has thrown down the gauntlet and challenged would-be rival GTL to a technology “bake-off.”
Securus CEO, Richard A. Smith has challenged GTL to compare technologies and customers service. A competition that will be decided by a neutral judge. According to Smith, GTL has made some unsubstantiated claims and have even “spun facts” in an attempt to compete with Securus Technologies.
In a recent statement, Smith has pointed out that over the last five years Securus has taken $4 of business from GTL for every $1 they have lost. Also, those customers that come from GTL are far happier with Securus than they were before. Smith has pointed out that former GTL customers prefer Securus almost 3 to 1. This has been a feather in Smith’s cap and one of the reasons he believes Securus will come out on top in a head to head competition.
Add the that the fact that Securus has reinvested over $700 million back into the company through business acquisition, technology, and products development and it is easy to see why Smith is so confident in his company.
Another point of difference that Smith points out is that Securus Technologies has built a state of the art domestic customer service center. He also goes on to p[oint out that his customer service centers are all staffed by Securus employees. This is in comparison to GTL who have previously stated that they outsource a large part of their customer service department.
It remains to be seen if GTL will take Smith up on his offer. But in the meantime, Securus will continue to provide service to more than 3.450 law enforcement, public safety, and corrections agencies all across North America. Currently, Securus Technologies covers over 1,200,000 inmates and they continue to grow their business year over year.