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Movers & Shakers April 6, 2010

| April 6, 2010 9:00 PM

Booth space still available for job fair

Booth space is still available for the Job Fair, being held noon to 6 p.m. April 14 at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds.

Booth space is available for area businesses that want to increase their visibility and recruit applicants for their employment needs. The Idaho Department of Labor, North Idaho College and chambers from Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, Hayden and Rathdrum have joined forces to provide the opportunity to meet with local job seekers at the largest job fair in Kootenai County.

To download a registration form, go to

For registration or other information, contact Toni Sayler, programs manager, at 415-0112 or e-mail her at

Spokane, Cd'A Domino's feeds Second Harvest

Beginning today and continuing every Tuesday and Wednesday this month, Domino's pizza stores in Spokane and the Coeur d'Alene area will be donating $1 to Second Harvest from each delivery order. Additionally, customers will have the opportunity to make monetary donations to Second Harvest anytime during the month when they place an order.

"Our desire was to figure out a way to make a difference in the community this spring," said Kelly Pryor, owner of Domino's Pizza, Spokane. "As all of the stores in Spokane and Coeur d'Alene are locally owned and operated, we feel a responsibility to help however we can. "With phones ringing in our stores in response to our new improved product, it seems like the perfect time for us to become involved in this effort."

"We are grateful for our local Domino's stores and their partnership with Second Harvest," said Jason Clark, executive director of Second Harvest. "With more people seeking help from the agencies in our hunger-relief network, Domino's assistance comes at a very important time."

Advanced Benefits named to network

Benefit Advisors Network has named Advanced Benefits as the newest member of the organization. Members of BAN are selected specifically for their industry knowledge, ethics and vision. Membership represents a validation that a firm has been recognized as the "best of the best" in its particular geographic market, a press release said.

To be credentialed for membership in BAN, Advanced Benefits had to successfully pass a stringent screening process. Admission to BAN designates them as the leading benefit advisory company in Idaho.

"We are looking forward to getting to know all the BAN members in the coming weeks and months," said Dan Crawford, chief executive officer of Advanced Benefits. "We really saw membership with BAN as an opportunity to work with and learn from others in the industry, all of whom have an ethical approach to business, a deep knowledge of the industry, and are committed to providing high quality service. We can then use that knowledge and expertise to better serve our clients"

Advanced Benefits Management was founded in 1993 as an independent employee benefits agency serving the needs of employer groups of all sizes throughout the Northwest.

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