“Being the busiest day of the year, they need to staff it accordingly. They’ve been planning their orders now for the last couple weeks to make sure they have plenty of heart-shaped doughnuts to appeal to everybody,” said Stensland. “You share the love with your favorite somebody, it goes a long way. So you’re going out whether you’re getting chocolate, you’re getting balloons, you’re getting flowers, buying heart- shaped doughnuts, man, that makes a statement,” said Stensland. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — It’s a day of love and lots of customers for Dunkin’ locations. “You could share with your kids classrooms, your favorites over at the office, but again, it’s all about a great week to share some love,” said Stensland. Offering a variety of heart-shaped doughnuts and pink velvet drinks, like lattes and macchiatos. Appealing to the eye, and to the heart. Whether you’re at the drive-thru, or inside, you can bet you’ll be waiting on a bit of a line, no matter the time of day. Stores have been getting ready for Valentine’s Day for weeks. “We’re busy in the morning, but if you’re anything like me, you might be that person on the way home, you want to grab something for that someone special, stop in at Dunkin’ for some heart-shaped doughnuts, they really bring smiles to your kids faces,” said Stensland. Dunkin’ says Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year. “Valentine’s Day is a huge day for Dunkin’ second to national doughnut day pretty much,” said integrated marketing manager Eric Stensland. And romance isn’t a requirement! Doughnuts are a great gift for anyone in your life. Dunkin’s Valentine’s Day products have been offered since the beginning of February and are available while supplies last.
Photo: Pixabay.com RUSSIAN MUSIC TELEVISION MUS TV RECORDS ZAGREB ADVENT According to the CNTB, the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, Mr. Gari Cappelli, and the Director of the Croatian Tourist Board, Mr. Kristjan Staničić, confirmed their arrival in Moscow, and a short visit of all 28 ambassadors of EU countries is expected to give additional importance to Croatia. as the leading European tourist destination, which will also chair the EU Council during that period. If you are interested in participating it needs to be filled out ON-LINE application form at the latest to 20.12.2019/XNUMX/XNUMX or until the place is filled. For additional questions, please contact the CNTB office in Moscow by e-mail [email protected] or by phone 007 495 258 1507. “The growth of tourist traffic from the Russian emitting market compared to last year will amount to almost 14 percent this year, and the interest of Russian tourists and the Russian tourist sector in Croatian destinations is constantly growing. Bearing in mind that Russian tourists are at the very top of the scale in terms of consumption, it is really important to constantly work on promoting Croatia as a top destination for Russian tourists. “, said the director of the CNTB Representation in Russia Rajko Ružička, adding that Croatia was once again included in the top three destinations for family vacations in the selection of the Russian edition of the National Geographic magazine. This event is an ideal opportunity for all representatives of Croatian tourism to start or expand cooperation with the Russian tourism sector and consequently, as well as significantly increase tourist traffic from the Russian emitting market, which has been recovering and growing for years. This is a large and significant b2b event where the leading people of Croatian and Russian tourism are expected. A panel discussion of Russian and Croatian colleagues is planned , business workshops (general, nautical and medical tourism) , entertainment program, awards and gala dinners and the arrival of leading Russian travel organizers and agencies. “We are convinced that this event is an ideal opportunity for all representatives of Croatian tourism to start or expand cooperation with the Russian tourism sector and consequently, as well as significantly increase tourist traffic from the Russian emitting market, which has been recovering and growing for years. January is the right time to negotiate deals, since then tour operators and travel agencies in Russia are intensively preparing arrangements for Croatia and finalizing their summer programs with which they enter the market. ” they point out from the CNTB and emphasize how it is a visa is required to come to Russia and for all information it is necessary to contact the Russian Embassy in Croatia or their visa center. Due to the great potential and importance of the Russian emitting market and the continuous growth of Russian tourist arrivals in recent years, as well as the interests of the Croatian and Russian tourism industry, the Croatian Tourist Board is organizing a special presentation of Croatia as a top tourist destination for Russian tourists and the Russian tourism industry. Days of Croatian tourism in Russia which will be held January 30, 2020 in the very center of Moscow (Dom Smirnova, Tverskaya Boulevard 18). RELATED NEWS: The Russian market is expected to grow by 14 percent next year Business workshops entitled “Sell Croatia“(B2B workshop) are held between Croatian tourism entities and foreign partners. Characteristic of the concept of “Sell Croatia” is the maintenance of emitting markets, the main of which are meetings of representatives of the Croatian tourism industry (hotel and tourism companies, travel agencies and DMC, TZ system) with foreign partners and business meetings with partners and purchase negotiations services and / or packages.
Ollie Jung | Daily TrojanFor the first time in a while at USC, people are staring longingly over at Westwood. The Bruins may be trending down with two losses in their last three games, but right now, UCLA has something the Trojans desperately want: a bye week.People have been harping on USC’s lack of a midseason break since the team released its schedule in January. But what seemed like over-exaggerated preseason speculation has proved true. Injuries have significantly depleted the Trojan ranks four weeks into the season, and most recently, the team has lost senior offensive guard Viane Talamaivao to a year-ending pectoral surgery.When the team runs onto the field at the Coliseum on Saturday, it will likely be without three of its regular offensive linemen (after losing three starting linemen last spring to the NFL Draft). The Trojans’ top pass-rusher, junior linebacker Porter Gustin, remains without a timetable for return from a bicep injury, and redshirt sophomore tight end Daniel Imatorbhbhe hasn’t played since the season opener against Western Michigan after emerging as an oft-targeted red-zone threat last year. A host of other significant contributors are on the injury report as well, from freshman running back Stephen Carr to junior defensive lineman Rasheem Green.Fortunately, Oregon State is in town this week — and the Beavers are the closest USC gets to a bye this season. No disrespect to Gary Andersen’s squad, but Oregon State has only won one game this fall: a 3-point victory over winless FCS outfit Portland State. Most recently, the Beavers took a four-touchdown loss to Washington State, had a bye week and then came back with a seven-touchdown drubbing at the hands of Washington. Under normal circumstances, head coach Clay Helton could take this week as an opportunity to sit any players who could use an extra week of rest. Maybe he would even get a chance to show Trojan fans a glimpse of the future, playing one of his two freshman quarterbacks.Then again, that’s what many thought against Western Michigan on Week 1. And these aren’t normal circumstances. Not only has USC carried serious championship expectations since the start of the calendar year, but the team is also coming off its first loss of the season last Friday night. The Trojans’ deflating defeat to Washington State leaves them no margin for error over the next seven-plus weeks. They enter Saturday as whopping 34-point favorites over Oregon State, and they will have to come close to covering that spread in order to convince skeptics — undoubtedly including some on the College Football Playoff selection committee — that the loss to the Cougars was a bump in the road, not the collapse of a fatally flawed team.So as much as Helton and his squad could use a break, they don’t have the luxury of manufacturing one this week. The Trojans may be beat-up, but the starters (especially on offense) haven’t looked fully in-sync all year and were at their worst last Friday. They need the reps on Saturday to generate some confidence and momentum with a key two-game stretch against Utah and at Notre Dame coming up next.And no one needs a confidence boost more than redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Darnold. Though he continues to show glimpses of the one-of-a-kind playmaking ability that catapulted him to the top of NFL draft boards, Darnold has also shown questionable decision-making this season, and he has uncharacteristically missed multiple open receivers.Darnold’s recent struggles aren’t necessarily entirely his fault: Receivers have had trouble getting open, and the in-flux offensive line is doing him no favors, forcing Darnold to run for his life against Washington State. But no matter what is to blame, this weekend is a ripe opportunity to get back on track. USC’s very green line will have a chance to find some rhythm as a unit against an Oregon State pass rush that has averaged just 1.2 sacks per game this fall — tied for 110th in the nation. Meanwhile, a presumably better-protected Darnold will look to pick apart a unit that ranks 120th in total defense out of 129 FBS programs.On the other side of the ball, defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast’s unit, which ranks sixth in the country with 12 forced turnovers, will be salivating at the prospect of facing the Beavers, who are second-to-last in the FBS with 14 giveaways. Oregon State’s overall offense isn’t very intimidating, either: its mark of 321.6 yards per game ranks 112th nationally, and the team’s 21.2 points per game are good for 110th, behind winless dumpster fires like Baylor and UMass.The Beavers deserve as much respect as any other opponent, but Saturday is undeniably a soft matchup for the Trojans. The team may not get a bye, but a cupcake conference game is the next best thing. Ideally, USC would flip on cruise control from the start and get to next week healthy and rested. Helton and company desperately need a statement victory, though — and they will need to keep their foot on the gas in order to turn heads. A three-touchdown win will be a nonfactor on the Trojans’ playoff resume. A 40-point demolition job, on the other hand, may just convince doubters to reconsider their stance.This weekend needs to be a wake-up call, not just to USC but also to the rest of the college football world. The playoff dream is still alive — the Trojans just need to remind everyone before it’s too late.Ollie Jung is a senior studying print and digital journalism. He is also the sports editor for the Daily Trojan. His column, Jung Money, runs Fridays.