Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 05/28/14:11 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1) PRESS RELEASE: Murphy Secures Putnam County Republican Endorsement For New York's 40th Senate District

2) THURSDAY: SENATOR BALL TO HOST THIRD ANNUAL WOMEN OF DISTINCTION CEREMONY

3)  VIDEO: Cuomo's Friday News Dump

4)  Astorino TV, May 28: Will Demand State Term Limits

5)  KATZ: COMPASSIONATE CARE NOW!

6)  Meet David Sandoval May 31st

7)  The JHouse Patio Happy Hour Party Thursday May 29th!

8)  Alzheimer's Benefit June 13th at Richards

9)  ICYMI: GOP Sees Chance as AG Schneiderman Seeks 2nd Term

10)  Mismatch

11)  New ROI column from Frank J. Rich:  Lessons from Cyberspace

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For Immediate Release: May 28, 2014
Contact: TJ McCormack (818) 554-2566
 
   
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Dr.
Terrence Murphy of Yorktown Secures Putnam County Republican Endorsement For New
York's 40th Senate
District
Yorktown
Councilman Dr. Terrence Murphy ready to cut taxes, create jobs and protect the
health and safety of children in New York.
 
Dr.
Terrence Murphy received the endorsement of the Putnam County Republican party
in the race for New York's 40th Senate District last night.
 
Councilman
Murphy said, "I'm grateful for the vote of confidence I received last night from
the Putnam County Republicans. It's not something they approach lightly. I had
to earn their endorsement, and along with other accomplishments, I did that by
cutting taxes twice, creating jobs by bringing a quarter billion dollars in
economic development to Yorktown, and by allocating the necessary funds to
revive our local narcotics unit to combat the Hudson Valley's heroin epidemic.
Now, I look forward to earning the endorsement of the voters in November, and to
working in Albany to bring New York from worst to first where we
belong."

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Media
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796

 

***MEDIA ADVISORY***
***Thursday, May 29th From 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM ***

THURSDAY: SENATOR BALL TO HOST THIRD ANNUAL WOMEN OF DISTINCTION CEREMONY

 

Brewster, N.Y. – 05/27/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson), Chairman of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, will be hosting the third annual Women of Distinction Ceremony. Each of the eighteen nominees from throughout Senator Ball’s district will be inducted into the 40th Senate District Hall of Fame on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 6:00 PM in Mahopac.

 

The Women of Distinction Ceremony was a project I launched in recognition of Women’s History Month and inspired by the accomplished and outstanding women I have had the privilege of collaborating with through my tenure serving the people of the 40th Senate District. While all those nominated have worked and volunteered without want of recognition, their efforts have not gone without notice or appreciation,” said Senator Ball.

 

The event will take place on May 29th at Villa Barone Hilltop Manor in Mahopac from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. For more information regarding the Women of Distinction Ceremony, contact Senator Ball’s office at (845) 279-3773.

What: 40th Senate District Women of Distinction

When: Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 6 PM

Where: Villa Barone Hilltop Manor: 466 Us Route 6, Mahopac, NY 10541

 
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796

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Josef Bachmeier
Communications Director
NYS Senator Greg Ball
Media: (845) 531 9796 
Personal: (914) 406 5114
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Contact:  Jessica Proud, 914-438-5325     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
The HD Video Below May be Downloaded for Television Use
 
Cuomo's Friday News Dump (May 27, 2014)
Cuomo's Friday News Dump (May 27, 2014)
 
 
Script:
 
Politicians have long buried bad news by releasing it just before long, holiday weekends.
 
True to form, it was announced last week -- just before Memorial Day weekend -- that Governor Cuomo's Moreland Commission has "lawyered up" ...that is, it has hired criminal defense attorneys to protect its members from possible criminal charges.
 
Mr. Cuomo's Commission is under investigation by the U.S. Attorney's office after abruptly shutting down, and after rumors emerged that the Cuomo commission was steering investigations away from itself and its political allies.
 
Question for Governor Cuomo: If your commission did nothing wrong, why did it just hire criminal defense attorneys?
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Contact:  Jessica Proud, 914-438-5325     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
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8 Years More Than Enough Time (May 28, 2014)
 (May 28, 2014)
 
Script:
 
Governor Cuomo's Moreland Commission has lawyered up.
 
It almost doesn't shock us  -- things have become that ugly in Albany.  But when the Commission that was supposed to clean up corruption is itself corrupted, something's got to be done.
 
We need new faces and fresh ideas in state politics, and it's become clear that's not going to happen without term limits.
 
Even the best elected officials become compromised over time in Albany -- not all, but enough to drag us down.
 
When officials become compromised, special interests take control, and the people suffer. We end up with the highest taxes in America and the worst economic climate, both of which we have.
 
So today, I am announcing that one of the first pieces of legislation I will send to the Legislature as Governor will be a term limits bill that limits statewide elected officials to two four-year terms and the state legislature to four two-year terms.  Eight years is enough for anyone to serve in state government.
 
It's time to clean house in the state capital.
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Assemblyman Steve Katz (R,C,I - Yorktown) took to the Assembly Floor today in support of Assembly Bill 6357, medical cannabis, and the thousands across New York State who need the drug to live normal lives.

"Real people are in pain every single day we hold off on making this law," Katz said.  "We owe it to those who are suffering to see this passed.  Medical cannabis is an absolute necessity for those in pain.  It is time New York stands on the right side of history and embrace medical cannabis.  Every day we drag our feet is another day someone sits in pain, unable to go about their lives as usual."

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May 22, 2014
ICYMI: NYGOP Energized in Attorney General's Race

In case you missed it, The New York Times last week published a negative outlook on New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's chances for a second term amidst a strong challenge from Republican candidate and former Pataki Chief of Staff John P. Cahill.

It's a great primer on what's certain to be a very competitive statewide race.

Here's the piece:

GOP Sees Chance as Schneiderman Seeks 2nd Term as Attorney General

by Thomas Kaplan and Jesse McKinley
ALBANY - Eric T. Schneiderman, the state attorney general, has a big problem for an incumbent seeking a second term: Many New Yorkers barely seem to know his name.
 
New York Republicans, vastly outnumbered and hungry to reclaim a statewide office after years of famine, are energized at the prospect of taking on Mr. Schneiderman, a Democrat, and say they have a realistic chance of dethroning him in November.
 
As he accepts his party's support for re-election on Wednesday at the state Democratic convention in Melville, on Long Island, Mr. Schneiderman is facing a hodgepodge of criticism from Republicans, some of it contradictory: He is too hostile to business and Wall Street, too listless in the office, too much a Manhattan liberal.
 
But he also suffers by comparison to his immediate predecessors, who used the attorney general's office to build great political cachet. Eliot Spitzer became the sheriff of Wall Street. Andrew M. Cuomo resurrected his political career. Both vaulted themselves into the governor's mansion.
 
Both also may have been exceptions as high-profile attorneys general. Democrats say that governors usually command most of the spotlight in Albany, making it difficult for other state elected officials to become well known.
 
Mr. Schneiderman's name recognition has remained stubbornly mediocre since his election in 2010: More than half of voters polled by Siena College last month had no opinion of him.
And Republicans sense an opening.
 
"How are you in office for three years and nobody knows who you are?" said E. O'Brien Murray, a conservative political operative who is leading a "super PAC" seeking to unseat Mr. Schneiderman.
 
With Mr. Cuomo, now the governor, in a strong position to win a second term, Republicans have turned to the attorney general's race as their best hope of winning a statewide seat, a feat they have not accomplished since George E. Pataki won a third term as governor in 2002. Republicans have even chosen a former Pataki aide, John P. Cahill, as their candidate.
 
Mr. Schneiderman, who has said little publicly about his campaign, declined to be interviewed for this article. But his supporters sound unimpressed by Republicans' enthusiasm, and abundantly confident about his re-election chances.
 
They say Mr. Schneiderman, 59, a former state senator from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, has a strong record of accomplishments: pushing for a tougher settlement with banks over foreclosure abuses, improving background checks at gun shows, prodding cellphone makers to help fight smartphone theft and stepping up prosecutions of public corruption.
 
"He is fighting for things that matter to the average New Yorker," said Mayor Kathy Sheehan of Albany, a fellow Democrat.
 
Mary Kay Henry, the president of the Service Employees International Union, said Mr. Schneiderman also deserved credit for fighting wage theft, citing settlements that he reached with Domino's Pizza franchisees that had underpaid their workers. "He's been unrelenting and unafraid to hold powerful interests accountable so that we all are playing by the same rules," she said.
 
Mr. Schneiderman will also have plenty of time - and money - to educate the electorate. In January, he had about $6 million in his campaign account; Mr. Cahill began fund-raising only in April. Still, Mr. Schneiderman is facing unusual challenges.
 
A court ruling last month lifted the state's $150,000 limit on individual donations to independent political groups, effectively ushering in the era of super PACs to New York. Soon after, Mr. Murray organized a super PAC called Communities for a Fair New York to urge voters to oust Mr. Schneiderman.  
 
For the full article click here.
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Congressman Chris Gibson and 27-year-old millionaire Sean Eldridge might be the most mismatched pair of House candidates in the Nation.
 
Congressman Gibson is an Iraq War veteran with a Ph.D. Sean Eldridge's sole accomplishment is marrying someone worth $700 million and using that money to relocate to a mansion in the 19th Congressional District.
 
Here's a great article and video profile of New York's 19th Congressional District by Eric Shawn of Fox News.
 
Congressman Gibson happily spoke with the media. Sean Eldridge refused to speak with reporters - again.
 
This is a must-read (and must-watch) for anyone in CD 19.
 
Wounded war vet faces off against young multimillionaire in NY congressional district
 
By Eric Shawn
FoxNews.com
May 22, 2014
 
The race pits a decorated war veteran who was born and raised in his New York district against a new arrival who just moved in last year. The vet also happens to be one of the least wealthy members of Congress, while his opponent sits on a $700 million fortune.
 
That is the contest shaping up in New York's upstate 19th congressional district between 47-year-old, two-term incumbent Republican Rep. Chris Gibson and his Democratic challenger, 27-year-old Sean Eldridge.
 
"Folks around here, certainly Republicans and Independents, are not happy at all and are very wary about someone like that," Gibson said of his opponent.
"Even Democrats, a fair number of Democrats ... really reject the insincerity of his campaign."
 
Gibson served four tours of duty in Iraq, and was wounded by shrapnel in Mosul in 2005. He also earned a Ph.D. from Cornell and taught U.S. government at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
 
Read the full article and watch Fox News' profile of the 19th Congressional District here.
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R.O.I. By Frank J. Rich
Lessons from Cyberspace
 
A recent whitepaper concludes that all online retailers experience shopping cart abandonment (Source: Bronto Data Analysis). In fact, abandonment rates are commonly about 72 percent.
 
Many reasons account for the phenomenon; not least among them is the tendency for comparison shopping, something online shopping has grown in us. But the impositions of online retailers are their efforts to interrupt and delay the customer as s/he attempts to satisfy one's needs, including post-abandonment emails, shipping mazes, return policies, obscure paths to desired products, inadequate explanations of product, services, pricing and delivery, and cart expirations.
 
The tendency to use every trick and device to force consumers into buying or awareness of products they have searched is frustrating and driving them away. But to where? In most cases, the simple way is where most consumers turn to. That means local business and others that offer clear choices, exceptional customer service, and compelling "real" reasons to turn browsers into long-term customers. The choice among shoppers is increasingly local businesses, banks, educators, and service companies where Americans spend the largest share of their "disposable income."
 
What you may not have read above in the description of the online experience is that it (frustrating the customer) is also too common among local stores as well. And therein lies the opportunity for local business to rise from the ashes of The Great Recession and to take its place in commerce as the most vital outlet for shoppers, and the only "real" opportunity for the growth of local communities: growth through local commerce.
 
The Bronto report describes both the reasons for abandonment and post-abandonment techniques for recovery of lost consumers. Oddly, much of the effort to "save" the consumer from frustration applies to local bricks-and-mortar businesses, and is motivated by the natural tendency of the human condition to remember incomplete initiatives far better than accomplished tasks.
 
The net is that the "online shopping" experience has prepped shoppers for an alternative approach to fulfilling their shopping needs without leaving the comfort and convenience of their local communities. But it won't happen for local retailers, educators, and services organizations without some effort.
 
Tilting the Scale
 
Many are practitioners of the methodologies that win customers-turning browsers into return customers. But many more are failing to ante up the effort and investment necessary to get in the game. To gain an advantage in today's marketplace requires that you invest in marketing; first by thoughtful consideration of the mechanisms of a multimedia approach, and next by the careful preparation of customer service models that are surefire remedies.
 
According to the Zeigarnik Effect, adults remember interrupted tasks 90 percent better than the completed tasks. Younger minds are even more likely to recall uncompleted tasks. Such tasks will stay on your mind until you finish them, and this works in favor of increased productivity in the classroom and the workplace. Its influence on shoppers is no less prodigious, as our search for unfulfilled needs goes on (with greater determination) than even the joy in satisfying those same needs. In fact, unfinished tasks diminish the focus on new tasks, creating enough anxiety to drive consumers to earlier fulfillments in place of newer ones.
 
This is good news for procrastinators, who are given purpose in their efforts to prepare the best possible outcomes. They are more likely to finish a task already begun, simply because they started it. It is also why incentives relating to standardized rewards-time spent for pay, or good attendance - do not encourage performance as well as when tied to actual accomplishment of agreed-upon goals. 
 
This suggests that the 8-hour workday acts as a false motivator of accomplishment by its tendency to interrupt the task performance effort at the sounding of the bell. Perhaps, it is similar for school children, which rush from school when the bell sounds, and neglect to carry their thoughts into "homework" by the interruption.
  1. Make sure you are addressing a buyer. To learn better "who is" and "who isn't," rely on your ability to read customer vs. browser behaviors, and do the marketing research necessary to better qualify those you attract to your business. It's easy and inexpensive to do today. Contact your local multimedia marketing company for assistance.  
  2. Prepare a good customer experience for shoppers. Nothing happens unless you engage the customer. Make the most of this time with helpful information and assistance:
a) Point them to "deal" items in the store.
b) New technology services, such as automated eye exams for lenses fitting.
c) Discount opportunities for returning customers.
d) Product search options for the convenience of shoppers.
e) Delivery options.      
 
3. Engage shoppers (after they leave your place) in correspondence-over their experience, helpful suggestions, new merchandise for existing customers, cause marketing events, unique community opportunities to share the local quality of life, etc.

4. Invest
 in whatever it takes to get "buyers" in the door. Without their physical presence nothing happens.
 
5. Keep the dialogue going. Consumers don't expect to hear from you, but want to. Make the most of this welcome surprise when it arrives. It builds business as little else can.
 
In the end, consumers have a common desire: the most product for the least money. This spells value. Make sure yours is apparent and gratifying.
 
 
 
  
  
Frank Rich is founder and CEO of Encore Príst International, an organizational development company that helps individuals and organizations reach their full potential through the practice of effective business fundamentals. You may reach him at fjrich@encoreprist.com, or by phone at 866/858-4EPI. To read all ROIs in their entirety, go to Business tab at Town Link.
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Yorktown News Website: Youryorktown.com

BIANCO FOR SUPERVIOR :www.nickforyorktown.com


Filipino Cuisine: www.filipinocuisinemyversion.blogspot.com
http://ellabellahairclippies.blogspot.com
ROB ASTORINO: www.robastorino.com
JOHN G. TESTA: www.johngtesta.com
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CARS & US: www.doverracing.com
THE WINERY AT ST. GEORGE: http://www.TheWineryAtStGeorge.com
PLAN PUTNAM: planputnam@googlegroups.com/
BRUCE APAR’S NCN BLOG: http://ncnlocal.com/index.php/blogs/bruce-the-blog
NORTH COUNTY NEWS & Views: http://ncnlocal.com/
THE JOURNAL NEWS: http://www.lohud.com/
YORKTOWN WATCHDOG: www.yorktownopengov.org
PADAVANO FINE ARTS: Padovanofineart.com/
PEEKSKILL BID: 
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Peekskill Democratic City Committee Blog:http://www.peekskilldems.com/blog
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