Monthly Archives: March 2017

Bruce Levenson’s Sale Of The Atlanta Hawks Brings A Tussle With Their Former Insurance Company

Bruce Levenson is pursuing legal action against AIG, the former insurance company for the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. This action was taken because AIG refused to honor a claim that former General Manager Danny Ferry filed with them related to a workplace dispute. Levenson and Atlanta Hawks Basketball & Entertainment (AHBE) sold the team back in early 2015 to Tony Ressler’s group and had opted to buyout Ferry’s contract along with the sale. The claim filed with AIG was within the policy rights for Ferry and AHBE, but AIG has not acknowledged it and now Levenson and AHBE are trying to get the matter settled in court.

Bruce Levenson owned the Atlanta Hawks from 2004 to 2015 and for a few years also owned the NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers. But he’s most known for co-founding United Communications Group (UCG), a publishing company that he and Ed Peskowitz founded in their own home. Levenson studied journalism at Washington University and became a contributor at the Washington Star while studying law at American University, and in 1977 he decided to pursue journalism full time when he and Peskowitz started UCG. The company grew from a small publishing operation to a world-renowned company that today specializes not only in industry news distribution, but also in big data research and operations. Levenson also helped start TechTarget and has been on the board at BIA Digital Partners.

Levenson is also known for his philanthropy ( ) in the Washington D.C. community. He helped launch Hoop Dreams and has served as president for the “I Have a Dream” Foundation. He also co-founded the University of Maryland’s Center for Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership. He’s a donor to the Holocaust Memorial Museum and helped start the “Bringing the Lessons Home” program there. Levenson is also a supporter of Jewish organizations such as Seeds of Peace and Birthright Israel.

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Traveling Vineyard – A Career That Suits You

The Traveling Vineyard offers a unique experience to those who are looking for a job, but cannot give up their personal freedoms.

Perhaps you are a stay-at-home parent and you need the flexibility to watch your children, or maybe you recently started school and don’t have time to apply or request a job that sets standards for how often you should be there and when. Whatever the case, Traveling Vineyard may be the perfect job for you.

Whether or not you love wine, we know that other people do. “Wine sells itself” is essentially what we mean. At Traveling Vineyard, you receive everything you need to succeed. Once you sign up we supply you with a success kit (and yes it is exactly what it sounds like). Everything you need to make money with Traveling Vineyard will be provided in your kit. We also provide real people one-on-ones for those of you who are hesitant to try something new. We want you to succeed. We are going to help you every step of the way.

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I’ve already mentioned that time flexibility is an enormous factor for most people to join, but what are some other benefits you will be receiving? Of course, everyone is concerned with the money aspect. You ask: is it really possible to make money from something like this? And the answer is yes! Making money at The Traveling Vineyard is a breeze once you get the hang of it. Depending on how much time you are willing to devote to it, it can even pay as much as a full-time job!

Working at The Traveling Vineyard is fun! You get to try new wines, meet with new and interesting people, and form lifelong friendships through wine tastings and parties. Hardly sounds like a “job” right? You’re essentially getting paid to have fun, sell some wine, and meet new friends.

So what’s stopping you from signing up now? It’s completely free and easy and you’ll be making money in no time. All your friends will be envious that you are the new life of the party. You can decide whenever you want to vacation, or just take a couple days off to spend with the kids and family. Everything you are looking for is right here, and it is only a few clicks away.