Key Automotive Group Names President for Key Safety Systems, Promotes Tim Nelson to President of Key Plastics

first_imgFARMINGTON HILLS, MI — Key Automotive Group (KAG) has named Daniel Ajamian president and COO of its affiliate, Key Safety Systems, Inc. KAG also announced that Tim Nelson has been promoted to president and COO for the North American operations of the company’s other principal subsidiary — Key Plastics L.L.C. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Ajamian most recently served as president and COO of Key Plastics North America. Previously, he was group president for the company’s trim products group. He joined the company in 2001, from Carlyle Management Group, where he was CFO of the Aerostructures and U.S. Marine Repair units. Since 2001, Nelson was Key Plastics’ group president for its exterior and underhood products division. Having joined the company in 1985, he was promoted to vice president of operations for Key Plastics’ trim products group in 1999, following a series of operations and engineering assignments in the company’s Pennsylvania operations and corporate offices. Key Safety Systems (KSS), a KAG affiliated company since April 2003, is a designer and manufacturer of safety-critical components and systems including airbags, seat belts and steering wheels. Also KAG affiliate, Key Plastics engineers and produces value-added components and sub-assemblies for exterior applications, interior trim and functional underhood products. _______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.last_img read more

Track and Field: Haughton boys, Parkway girls win Bossier Parish Championships

first_imgThe Haughton Buccaneers and Parkway Lady Panthers won the boys and girls divisions, respectively, in the Bossier Parish Championships on Thursday at Parkway.The meet was held under clear but very windy conditions after a front passed through early Thursday morning.Haughton scored 158 points in the boys division. Airline finished second with 141 and Parkway third with 135.Parkway scored 159 points in the girls division. Airline was second with 134 and Haughton third with 128.Haughton junior sprinter Josh Lister continued his outstanding season, sweeping the 100- and 200-meter dashes and running legs on the Bucs’ winning 4X100 and 4X200 relay teams.Lister set a school record in the 100 with a 10.22, breaking two-time 5A state champ Micah Larkins’ 2014 mark. Lister ran a 21.41 in the 200.Antonio Woodfork also played a big part in Haughton’s victory. He won the 300 hurdles in 39.10 and finished second in the 110 hurdles. He also won the high jump with a leap of 6-0 and long jump with a 22-0 1/2.Other Haughton individual winners were Duncan Smith (400, 53.27), Colt Shankle (javelin, 149-5) and David Leitnaker (pole vault, 11-6). Leitnaker and Parkway’s Stony Butler both cleared 11-6 but Leitnaker won on fewer misses.Lister, Kynan Hayes, Lavonta Gipson and D’Kovin Ware combined to win the the 4X200 in 1:30.59. The same foursome won the 4X100 in 42.04. Bossier’s Xavier Venious, Brandon Wells, Smith and John Langston teamed to win the 4X400 in 3:37.61.Parkway’s Andrew Robinson and Jacob Hammons finished 1-2 in the 800. Robinson ran a 2:03.00 and Hammons a 2:06.86.Hammons took the 1,600 in 4:45.82 and finished second in the 3,200 in 10:27.17. Hammons’ teammate Tyler Kruithof won the 3,200 in 10:25.58.Airline’s Xavier Johnson took the 110 hurdles in 14.69 and was second in the triple jump with a 40-10 1/4.Plain Dealing’s keldrick Carper won the triple jump with a 43-5 and was second in the long jump with a 21-1. Airline’s Tyler McCallister won the shot put with a 42-7 1/2 and finished second in the javelin with a 148-5. Benton’s Jake Norris won the discus with a 130-4.Other individual runners-up were Airline’s Shuncee Thomas (100 and 200), Parkway’s Robert McKnight (400), Airline’s Seth Papineau (1,600), Parkway’s Chase Hill (300 hurdles), Benton’s Timmy Anderson (shot put), Bossier’s Aaeron Smallwood (discus) and Airline’s Nate Fullilove (high jump). In the girls division, Parkway’s Sara Funderburk, Airline’s Brittany Roberson, Haughton’s Savannah O’Neal and Inez Green, and Plain Dealing’s Teunna Perry were all double winners.Funderburk won the 800 in 2:29.03 and the 3,200 in 12:44.0. Roberson won the 200 in 26.17 and the 400 in 1:02.27. In the latter event, she edged her sister Jasmine by less than a second.Roberson and her sister teamed with Lauren Daley and Aiyia Johnson to win the 4X200 relay in 1:48.35. The Robersons, Daley and Ashlynn O’Glee also combined to win the 4X400 in 4:19.17, edging Parkway by less than a second.O’Neal took the 100 hurdles in 17.07 and the javelin with a toss of 104-3.Perry won the long jump with a 15-7 and the triple jump with a 34-0.Green captured the shot put with a 38-5 and the discus with a 110-5.Other parish individual champions in the girls division were Airline’s Daley (100, 12.50), Parkway’s Cassidy Cummings (1,600, 6:05.81), Parkway’s Brianna Lyle (300 hurdles, 52.69), Airline’s Jasmine Roberson (high jump, 5-0) and Haughton’s Caitlyn Tibbits (pole vault, 8-3).Parkway’s Niaya Fant, Morgan Provost, Wisdom Watts and Chelsea Randle combined to win the 4X100 relay in 51.90.Other individual runners-up were Haughton’s Tatyana McClindon (100), Parkway’s Fant (200), Parkway’s Celeste Cordova (1,600), Airline’s Bethanie Dunn (3,200), Airline’s Brianna Jacobs (100 hurdles), Parkway’s Angene Tellis (300 hurdles), Benton’s KeKe West (long jump), Airline’s Angelique Perry (shot put), Benton’s Rheagan White (discus), Benton’s Taylor Davis (triple jump, high jump), Haughton’s Kaylee Hernandez (javelin) and Haughton’s Jenna Blank (pole vault). Airline won the junior varsity boys competition and Parkway won the girls.JV boys individual winners were Benton’s Hunter Matlock (100), Airline’s Patrick Dixon (200), Parkway’s Travonte Griffith (400), Parkway’s Scott Perez (800), Parkway’s Christian Nevins (1,600), Parkway’s Cameron Rogers (3,200), Parkway’s Devon Hill (110 hurdles), Airline’s Zylon Newson (long jump), Airline’s Dylan Nash (shot put), Airline’s Terrance Stewart (discus), Benton’s Johntavious Johnson (triple jump), Parkway’s Joey Cook (javelin), Parkway’s Christian Brown (high jump) and Benton’s Reed Bearden (pole vault).Parkway’s Justin Rogers, Tahj Horton, Jalen Hall and David Morales teamed to win the 4X100 relay. Airline’s Ian Stanfield, Brysen Dudensing, Newson and Brian Fielding teamed to win the 4X200. Bossier’s Robert Green, Easter, Keimun Daniels and Kevin Daniels teamed to win the 4X400.JV girls individual winners were Bossier’s Shelby Jeter (100), Parkway’s Claire Carlyle (200, 400), Parkway’s Victoria Morris (800), Parkway’s Clare Raney (1,600), Parkway’s Rylie McConnell (3,200), Airline’s Casey Tonnies (100 hurdles), Parkway’s Hannah Bellotte (300 hurdles), Bossier’s Brianna West (long jump), Parkway’s Tiona Harris (shot put), Parkway’s Shana Abdeljabar (discus) and Benton’s Melanie Gill (javelin).Bossier’s Jeter, Tyler McCoy, Jamerica Rhone and Tenasia Sharp teamed to win the 4X100 relay. Bossier’s McCoy, Jeter, Alashia Sharp and Amanda Collins teamed to win the 4X200. Parkway’s Carlyle, Bellotte, Cordova and Carly Hanson teamed to win the 4X400.— Russell Hedges, [email protected] Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more

International Soccer Kits 2019

first_img Next SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites Reply to this topic That is certainly an interesting collar on the US kit. I imagine that the Nike-sponsored nations will have a lot of designs similar to what we saw in the club third kits this year – distressed, sublimated, geographic-based patterns – compared to the more geometric patterns we saw in the 2018 WC. Share on other sites officeglenn I never think of USMNT as a red team.  It’s not great, but I’ve seen worse kits. upperV03 4,807 posts my bad Quote 1 Link to post Edited January 29, 2019 by officeglenn MJWalker45 1,779 Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites Recommended Posts If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. MJWalker45 Merging this with an international kit thread that had already been started. 1 Location:Salem, OR Link to post USA Share on other sites Link to post 5,026 4,807 posts Posted March 22, 2019 Yeah, the collar is very bizarre. And I am dreading this current design aesthetic. I get the 90s are back but I thought it was like, Seinfeld and rave kid streetwear 90s. Not “I just discovered grunge effect Photoshop brushes” 90s. Prev This Summer is already starting with the Gold Cup, Euros, Copa America, African Cup of Nations and Women’s World Cup so its gonna be busy. I will start off with those that have already been revealed Location:The DMV 22,251 posts (edited) 1,779 Share on other sites 5,269 4,873 posts Posted March 22, 2019 Sports Logos Share this post Digby Share this post 2,192 Location:Ashburton Grove Sounds like it’s just a one-off to be worn in tomorrow’s Euro qualifier against Iceland. The FFF was founded on April 7th, 1919, so tomorrow’s game is the closest one to that date. 0 2,128 4 1 rsaline 2 5,026 aawagner011 Quote 0 5,041 posts Link to post France’s centenary kit: Moderators 4 The 2019 Argentina kit is atrocious.  Share on other sites 1,207 https://www.footyheadlines.com/2018/11/2019-fifa-womens-world-cup-kit-overview.html Followers 0 5,269 Location:San Antonio, Texas 1,207 Share this post Grand Pooba of Walksylvania 9 hours ago, rsaline said: Quote Yeah, the collar is very bizarre. And I am dreading this current design aesthetic. I get the 90s are back but I thought it was like, Seinfeld and rave kid streetwear 90s. Not “I just discovered grunge effect Photoshop brushes” 90s. ×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead MJWalker45 5 Nah, it’s all good. The other thread hadn’t been replied to in a couple of months. But I was pretty sure I’d seen one around. ×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead 956 5,026 Posted March 24, 2019 3 5 525 Share on other sites Quote Location:San Antonio, Texas 2,192 Go To Topic Listing Teal Is that Nike jock tag a throwback to what they put on the back collar? All Activity × Share this post gosioux76 Submit Reply Link to post 1,027 shaydre1019 2,128 5,026 Location:Brooklyn, NY, USA Page 1 of 7   Colombia  Posted January 30, 2019 5 hours ago, Digby said: I actually like the USWNT kit but I’d have used blue shorts and red or white socks.  Posted March 23, 2019 Quote Quote Grand Pooba of Walksylvania 5,269 0 Don’t really have an opinion on Mex and Argentina 2,192 948 posts Share this post Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Members 5,026 0 22,251 posts And while Nike’s centennial collection for the United States wasn’t exclusively a throwback sans swooshes, it was a gorgeous collection. Share this post 0 Share this post Mexico  Quote 0 Members 5,026 Followers 0 Quote Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Link to post 3 Posted March 23, 2019 Members Location:San Antonio, Texas https://footballfashion.org/wordpress/2018/12/11/south-africa-nelson-mandela-centenary-asics-rugby-jersey/ gosioux76 Link to post 5 Bahrain (Macron) That is certainly an interesting collar on the US kit. I imagine that the Nike-sponsored nations will have a lot of designs similar to what we saw in the club third kits this year – distressed, sublimated, geographic-based patterns – compared to the more geometric patterns we saw in the 2018 WC. Worst Colombian kit in some time.   Link to post Share this post Share this post Link to post 0 MJWalker45 Posted January 30, 2019 MJWalker45 Share on other sites Victoria Concordia Crescit Members Location:Ashburton Grove Share this post Sports Logo News Digby Posted March 23, 2019 Quote Banned 5,269 Here are designs for the rest for the Nike teams, save Canada. officeglenn 5,026 Jonah Henderson Also, Posted March 22, 2019 andregunts Share this post blah They’re laughing because adidas said they can’t cry while wearing these.  Reply to this topic… MJWalker45 1 I couldn’t find the 18/19 thread and wasn’t sure if maybe we should keep clubs and national teams separate. Seems a good idea as we’ll presumably be seeing a bunch of new kits for Women’s World Cup and the men’s Gold Cup and Copa America?  I love this. My favorite French kits are the ones I could wear to work and not feel like it’s Casual Friday. I realized they specifically said in the other jersey thread it said CLUB, so I took it upon myself to start this thread only for International gear.  5,026 You can post now and register later. edited title Location:St. Louis Posted January 29, 2019 312 Posted January 29, 2019 Sign in to follow this   Link to post Members 13,464 posts Link to post https://footballfashion.org/wordpress/2019/01/22/puma-signs-multi-year-deal-with-egypt-fa/ upperV03center_img Share this post Link to post Share this post 1,779 4,836 posts Anyway, USA leak ahoy. The stars denote this is a USWNT look but Footy Headlines says this is probably something the men will use too. I think the last few Gold Cups the USA has got a new “third kit” that ends up functioning as essentially a new primary, so we’ll see if this is different. International Soccer Kits 2019 Posted February 1, 2019 2 2,192 175 posts 312 Members Quote Location:Houston, Texas MJWalker45 aawagner011 6,949 Share on other sites Location:Denver, Colorado Forums Home Page 1 of 7   Sports Logo News 175 posts Posted March 22, 2019 Merging this with an international kit thread that had already been started. 5,026 Quote Share on other sites 1 I couldn’t find the 18/19 thread and wasn’t sure if maybe we should keep clubs and national teams separate. Seems a good idea as we’ll presumably be seeing a bunch of new kits for Women’s World Cup and the men’s Gold Cup and Copa America?  Forums Home Members Nike has done similar with Celtic and Manchester United off the top of my head. Members Location:Atlanta, GA 31 minutes ago, aawagner011 said: Moderators Berlin Wall officeglenn Next Link to post Adding here since we don’t have a dedicated rugby uniform page. (One off jersey that definitely stands out) Share on other sites Quote Share on other sites 2 2 5,026 2,128 Posted March 22, 2019 Share on other sites MJWalker45 International Soccer Kits 2019 Members 5,269 Quote Members Location:Brooklyn, NY, USA 5,026 andregunts Quote 2,128 956 my bad andregunts ×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL. Grand Pooba of Walksylvania 5,026 525 22,251 posts Share on other sites Mexico  Location:San Antonio, Texas Digby MJWalker45 Berlin Wall Share on other sites Share this post 5,026 aawagner011 Share on other sites Link to post Quote Members 3,583 1 Victoria Concordia Crescit 956 By Digby, January 29, 2019 in Sports Logo News Location:Atlanta, GA Posted March 23, 2019 First game action for Argentina. That’s rough. You can barely notice the blue on the shirt. 5,935 posts Share on other sites Teal Sports Link to post 5,269 ×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor 6 1,207 Here’s a look at the full France kit. Exceptionally nice and while I know Nike sometimes gets some stick for their designs, they definitely know when to let a team’s special event or anniversary design do the talking. Does anyone know if they will continue to wear this kit all year or is it just a one-off? MJWalker45 Posted January 30, 2019 Sports Logos shaydre1019 22,251 posts Lebanon (Capelli) Link to post Share this post Posted January 29, 2019 Anyway, USA leak ahoy. The stars denote this is a USWNT look but Footy Headlines says this is probably something the men will use too. I think the last few Gold Cups the USA has got a new “third kit” that ends up functioning as essentially a new primary, so we’ll see if this is different. Quote France’s centenary kit: andregunts DC in Da House w/o a Doubt Share this post 4,873 posts 6 Link to post Join the conversation Location:Berlin, Germany Members That is certainly an interesting collar on the US kit. I imagine that the Nike-sponsored nations will have a lot of designs similar to what we saw in the club third kits this year – distressed, sublimated, geographic-based patterns – compared to the more geometric patterns we saw in the 2018 WC. 525 DC in Da House w/o a Doubt 312 Share this post Link to post Members Man, Nike has been really disappointing since the 2014 WC. That was their prime. Simple silhouette, clean distinguishable designs. The collars have all been very wonky since.   I will say i like the current (WC cycle) US jerseys, but that red looks like a training top.   To think we’re only a few years removed from the centennial jerseys  2,128 1,027 1,987 posts Members Share on other sites 2 hours ago, andregunts said: Prev 2 Here’s a look at the full France kit. Exceptionally nice and while I know Nike sometimes gets some stick for their designs, they definitely know when to let a team’s special event or anniversary design do the talking. Does anyone know if they will continue to wear this kit all year or is it just a one-off? 3,583 5,026 312 Share this post Quote Share on other sites Members 2,192 6,949 1 Jamaica looks intriguing.  10 hours ago, rsaline said: Egypt returning to Puma in 2019 as well. 6,949 2,128 6,236 posts Sign in to follow this   Quote Members 3,583 Share this post aawagner011 Posted March 25, 2019 Location:San Antonio, Texas 1,027 22,251 posts 1 2   Only 75 emoji are allowed. 312 On 1/28/2019 at 7:27 PM, Digby said: Posted January 29, 2019 All Activity 5,026 0 1 hour ago, andregunts said: Quote 4,033 posts Share this post Digby Quote Members rsaline Link to post Link to post  Jamaica Desktop Tablet Phone 7 minutes ago, officeglenn said: 312 2,192 1 Insert image from URL 5 hours ago, Berlin Wall said: Posted January 29, 2019 officeglenn 13,464 posts International Soccer Kits 2019last_img read more

Lawyers trying to take Brighton loanee out of detention, two weeks…

first_imgThe winger was arrested for drink driving in his home country two weeks ago, and sent for 30 days detention by a court.Now as reported by El Telégrafo, his lawyers have been working to get him out before that. They now claim the player has anxiety attacks, and should be sent to a health centre.The request has already been sent to the judge, but is still to be accepted. They’re asking a state doctor to evaluate Arce first, and in case his condition is confirmed, then he will be allowed to spend the rest of his prison time elsewhere.Embed from Getty ImagesIt’s claimed that Barcelona de Guayaquil are not giving up on the player, with club director Francisco Cevallos saying ‘the human being interests us a lot’.Brighton signed Billy Arce from Independiente in the summer of 2018. Since then, he’s had loan spells at Extremadura, Emelec and now Barcelona. His behaviour issues are not considered to be something new by the Ecuadorian media.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Strategy Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSmart Tech TrendEveryone with Bad Vision Needs Those Revolutionary Adjustable Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo熱門話題來自日本的抽脂丸讓胖了10幾年的她變成靚女!熱門話題Undo Ecuadorian outlet El Telégrafo today brings an update on the situation of Brighton & Hove Albion owned Billy Arce.last_img read more

Former Nenagh AFC player hoping to shine for Irish U19’s

first_imgPhoto courtesy of the FAI Later this evening, their group rivals Czech Republic and France meet. The Republic of Ireland Under-19s face Norway in their opening game at the European Championships today in Armenia.Tom Mohan’s side will have to deal with searing temperatures in Yerevan, as they kick off their Group B meeting at 3.45 Irish time.Nenagh’s Barry Coffey is part of the Irish squad.last_img