Customer Service is Bedrock to Burnetti, P.A.’s 25 Years of Growth

Florida, April 10th, 2019 — Burnetti, P.A. is no stranger to those living in Central Florida. Whether it is a billboard on the side of the road or a commercial during a television show, most people have heard of the local law firm.

2019 is a big year for Burnetti, P.A. Doug Burnetti, the founder and President, reflects on the past two and a half decades: “This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary. The firm started, with my wife’s help, in a single office with one secretary and myself. It’s incredible to see the impact we’ve made these past twenty-five years and we would not be here if it weren’t for our clients.”

The growth from a single office to multiple staffed offices and from one attorney to many, is in large part due to the firm’s dedication and commitment to excellent customer service. The firm contributes its record growth to this strong standard of care.

“We’ve had significant growth from returning clients as well as from client referrals,” Mr. Burnetti explains. “As a way to say thank you, we wanted to do something special for our past and current clients as we celebrate this milestone year.”

Burnetti, P.A. is starting their 25th year with a client appreciation day. All past and current clients have the opportunity to join the Burnetti, P.A. staff at a private screening of an upcoming blockbuster movie in May. In addition to the multiple theatre rentals, the firm is also including complimentary concessions and drinks to all clients who reserve their free tickets.

“We really want our clients to feel special,” Mr. Burnetti concludes. “25 years is a long time and all of us at the firm simply love what we do. We get to help people every single day.”

About Burnetti, P.A.

Burnetti, P.A. is dedicated to the representation of injured citizens across the state of Florida. Established in 1994 by Doug Burnetti, the firm’s practice is concentrated in aggressively representing cases involving personal injuries or wrongful deaths.

For more information, visit: https://www.burnetti.com

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Dreaming of a better & sustainable World Life Experience

World Life Experience is dreaming of a sociable, accountable and sustainable world. It focuses on tearing down misunderstandings and prejudices while building bridges to enhance cultural interconnectedness. Its innovation is that it highlights the importance of mutual apprehension by promoting the 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals.

At an immersive program, WLE combines social contribution and cultural assimilation. Through participial activities at an experientially universal yearly trip, WLE equips one dozen lucky youngsters with the essential ideas and skills needed in accomplishing relevant projects anywhere in the planet. They practically become global change makers.

They visit 20 different countries in 4 continents, spending 15 days in each of the 20 cities. There, everyone volunteers 7 to 8 days within an NGO, spends 4 to 5 days exploring local society and civilization cultural and enjoys entertainment activities for 3 free days. All expenses are covered and a monthly salary is included.

The non-governmental organizations were chosen in order to bring forth major problems of the area, to provide a hands-on model approach and to incorporate the 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals. Participants become their ambassadors so they can contribute to this evolution.

This inspired plan was first implemented in January 2018. The 1st mission supported children’s education, elderly care, refugees, animal protection, environmental conservation, and ecological preservation.

The 2nd mission is about to start after completing partnerships with sponsors and it will be represented by individuals from India, Venezuela, Peru, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Croatia, Tunisia, Mexico & Japan, Portuguese, Brazil, and Greece.

Applications for the 3rd mission have just opened and are free to apply. The organizers invite all who are interested in traveling to 20 destinations throughout the world, learning different societies and cultures, and developing new skills, with a monthly salary and all expenses paid (travel, transport, food, insurance, accommodation).

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Company Name: Top Experience Lda
Contact Person: Nikolas Avellaneda
Country: Portugal
Website: https://www.worldlifeexperience.com/

New Chaco Culture Artist in Residence Dawnja Burris Arrives in April

Dawnja Burris

NYC-based Media Scholar and Visual Artist long drawn to the ancient presences of the Chacoan Culture and landscape.

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, March 29th, 2019 This April, the National Parks Arts Foundation in cooperation with the National Park Service at Chaco Culture National Historical Park will host New York-based media scholar and digital artist Dawnja Burris for the first of the foundation’s 2019 residencies. The artist will spend a month working at various locations around the wide-ranging park complex, and will stay and work in housing and studio provided by the Park Service. A dean at the New School, Professor Burris is a New York City based artist, who is interested in the translation of images through diverse mediation and form. The Residency will run from April 1st to April 30th, 2019, and she will be making a public presentation at the Visitor’s Center Auditorium on April 27th at 3 PM.

Burris is no stranger to the determining sky of the desert southwest. “As a girl I wanted to live on the frontier; I asked my mother to name a planned baby brother “Grey Feather”. Born in Colorado, and raised in West Texas, and Southern New Mexico, Burris is a wanderer and a psychogeographer who aims to tease out, through montages and overlays, the contradictions in modern life by confronting us with recovered ambients of representation, and how they rhyme with more current, everyday images which we might take for granted. “As a media studies scholar, I am fascinated with the oral traditions and early image making and storytelling techniques /technologies, especially with the ways in which early conceptions of human life practices continue, merge and converge in contemporary life.”

We are often conditioned to see Art, Technology, and Nature as antithetical — but through the ancient architecture, petroglyphys and archaeoastronomy at unique places like Chaco Culture National Historical Park, we can see that this is a modern simplification. According to Burris, these interlacings are all around us, and the site of creative opportunity: “My headspace is different in the “urban digital landscape” as the physical and mental expanse of the desert is obviously not present.  The structures and rhythms of life in Manhattan and Brooklyn where I spend the majority of my time are in many ways more constricted but also provide a wealth of opportunity to create work that has resonance with the subjects that occupy my thinking.”

The particular power that the animal has always had in all human culture, which can be seen in totems in ethnography to YouTube and Instagram cat videos, makes up a broad thematic core of Burris’s process. “The traces of animal spirit do indeed have a centrality in my artistic practice. The ubiquitous images of animals that pervade our human world proceed from ancient practices of figuring the animals that we humans have and continue to co-evolve with. At Chaco, I am very interested in the representations made in petroglyph and pictograph forms as well as the continuous animal life that remains an integral part of the ecosystem.  With animal reference being so persistent to human sense-making and storytelling, I am drawn to the form of the shadow and the associations shadow forms conjure when they resemble animal body shapes and movements.”

chaco hawk Dawnja Burris

This re-tracing, and underlining of the forms in the light and shadow of a site specific installation, even ephemeral, is another way to activate and make tangible the spaces at Chaco. In this way, artwork can be seen as another alternative instance of the interpretation that is the Park Service’s work. Adds Burris, “The full land and sky-scape is essential context and material for my work. I see the expanse of the site and material details of the ground, the stone, the roads and the structural remains as present or living artifacts in that they represent a past and a living present at the same time. This simultaneity is a natural condition to me and can communicate a worldview that encourages a stronger sense of paying attention to where we are on Earth and how we are integrating with it and our fellow animal cohabitants.” This park and this artist seem like an ideal match for collaboration.

The April Resident has scheduled a talk and presentation on her work and process at the Visitor Center Auditorium on Friday, April 27th at 3 PM.

Burris Hawk Dawnja Burris

Chaco Culture National Historical Park was established as a national monument by presidential proclamation in 1907. This beautiful and isolated complex preserves the historical traces of the sacred Ancestral Pueblo culture. The park is also a Dark Skies certified location, one of the ideal places for astronomy and astrophotography. The Monument expanded to its present boundaries and park designation in 1980. The park is located in the open plains of Northwestern New Mexico, sharing borders with the Navajo Nation and BLM land.

NPAF is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the promotion of the National Parks of the U.S. through creating dynamic opportunities for artworks that are based in our natural and historic heritage. Artists may apply with their proposals for this residency and find additional information at www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org. The AiR program is made possible through the philanthropic support of donors of all sorts ranging from corporate sponsors, small business, and art patrons and citizen-lovers of the Parks. NPAF is always seeking new partners for its wide-ranging artist-in-residence programs.

https://www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org

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