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Ferro to Fight for Charity

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Sal Ferro, president and CEO of Alure Home Improvements, is one of more than 20 New York area business professionals who are boxing for charity in the 10th Long Island Fight for Charity. 

The bouts are scheduled for Nov. 25.

Alure Home Improvements weighed in as the major sponsor for Fight for Charity. Ferro will be pitted against other local business professionals during the charitable sporting event, which will consist of 10 bouts. 

Ferro has very limited boxing experience, but he is no stranger to charity. He contributed to eight renovations for "ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" television show. 

Fight for Charity is a regional fundraising and networking event with more than 1,200 people expected in attendance this year, and this year’s event projected to raise more than $200,000 to support members of the community through The Long Island Community Chest. 

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HCN Stock Watch: Valspar sputters

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Valspar took a 6.25% dive on Tuesday after the company released its third-quarter earnings, which fell below expectations and resulted in a downwardly revised full-year outlook.

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Lowe’s showcases Haier’s space-saving dorm solutions

BY HBSDealer Staff

Together with Lowe’s, appliance supplier Haier America is in the process of promoting its space-saving dorm products as students across the nation get ready to ship off to college.

Lowe’s is selling the products as well as offering decor tips and hundreds of storage solutions for optimizing small spaces.

"Personal appliances like our mini-fridges, microwaves, beverage centers and TV/DVD combos help ease the stresses of dorm room living," said James Liess, Haier senior manager of corporate communications. "With Haier, students enjoy the conveniences of appliances without losing valuable space."

Among the products are an in-room beverage center that measures 4.6 cubit feet and fits 150 drinks, small-capacity mini-fridges, microwaves, TV/DVD player combos and LCD HDTV televisions ranging in size from 32" to 22".

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