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#BeforeLeBronDecides

Yes, it’s an actual trending hashtag.

And thanks to ESPN’s SportsNation, it has been a top trending topic over the last 24 – 36 hours. And fans got creative with their ideas. But fans are also growing impatient. People want to know where LeBron James will play next year. Personally, I’m not overly concerned, but I’d like him to hurry up with his decision. Four years ago… Continue reading

June 6, 1944. It’s a date that stands out in history, and one that most people know by heart. It is D-Day. Seventy years ago 160,000 allied troops landed along the beaches of Normandy to fight Nazi Germany. While the casualties were high, it enabled the allied forces to gain a foothold in Europe. This foothold led to the eventual march across Europe and defeat of Adolf Hitler’s troops. Today… Continue reading

This weekend marks a number of big occasions. First and foremost, it is Memorial Day, when we honor and remember the men and women of the United States Armed Forces who have died while serving their country. Second, I turn 35 this weekend, which has me officially feeling on the wrong side of “young.” And third, this weekend marks the 37th anniversary of the release of the original Star Wars… Continue reading

It’s been a busy week here at Logistics Viewpoints as we get ready to head to Las Vegas next week for JDA Focus, and Hollywood, FL the week after for Manhattan Momentum. There’s a bit of everything in the news this week, so let’s get right to it.

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This past Tuesday, April 15, marked the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. It was a moment that brought shock, terror, sadness, anger, strength, and pride to the city of Boston. The local and national media have done a terrific job of capturing the raw emotion of the events, and the healing process of the last year. I don’t… Continue reading