Professional Life of Todd Lubar

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Todd Lubar has spent over 20 years’ career in real estate helping others fulfill their dreams of becoming homeowners. For several years, Lubar has ranked in the top 25 mortgage originators in the country. He has also worked with other industries such as construction, mortgage banking, and entertainment industry. Surprisingly, Todd’s first job was at a grocery store but learned that he wasn’t into the grocery business. TDL Global was born as a result of his attempt to offer relief by eliminating barriers that prevent people from receiving loans after working in finance and credit industry for 20 years. Todd is organized and has knowledge of what is happening at every level of his business.

Lubar urges that constant hard work is essential in building a successful business. According to him, the people you surround you with and how one promotes the culture of trust in his/her business influences personal and business growth. Todd also emphasizes on nurturing a culture of honesty and confidence in the firm. Todd Lubar has Fitbit, an activity tracker that keeps him accountable, tracks his sleep, plays to his competitive spirit and whips him into shape. Technology excites Todd primarily the home remote characteristics such as lights, security cameras and a/c control using the phone. In his Twitter page, Todd recommends ‘the Magic of Thinking Big’ as the book that everyone should read to learn how to make the best use of personal and professional time.

According to Yelp, Todd’s initial venture into real estate and finance was a loan instigator with Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He gained knowledge on the model of conservative Mortgage banking. Lubar spent his time developing connections with financial planners, Real Estate Agents and insurance agents. Todd has also served in equity position with Legacy Financial Group.

How Automation Helps Lip Balm Upstart EOS

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The oral care market had long been dominated by utilitarian Blistex and Chapstick before EOS arrived on the scene. According to an article in the business magazine, Fast Company, this all changed when Evolution of Smooth (, or EOS, introduced its product nearly a decade ago. EOS adheres to an ecological ethos that drives it to use all natural and organic ingredients in their many lip balm varieties. When they first began, the company sought out engineers that could make the product quickly and efficiently. Luckily for the company, and its many fans, their production line is almost fully automated.

It has been reported that EOS moves about one million units per week, and their almost fully automated production process keeps their retailers well supplied. With the amount of volume that EOS moves, and their growing market share, without this automation, it is difficult to imagine how the company would be able to keep up with demand. Automation, especially with organic products and ingredients, keeps the process much more sterile and clean. EOS lip balm prides itself on their use of all natural and organic ingredients, and this automation keeps the pastel colored orbs coming down the line. Automation keeps the shelves stocked and the market share of EOS growing.

When the company began, it did get off to a slow start and had some difficulty finding willing distributers and retailers. Once the company established a stronghold within Walgreens, Costco, Walmart and Target, their slow start was soon in the rear view mirror. In the ensuing years since its introduction to the market, nearly a decade, EOS has upended the lip balm market and grown its market share yearly. It has surpassed the sales levels of both Blistex and Chapstick, and currently trails only Burt’s Bees in market share and revenue. EOS lip balm is here to stay.

Hussain Sajwani – Highly Respected Businessman And Philanthropist

Damac Properties

Hussain Sajwani is one of the most well-known and reputed businessmen, philanthropist, and real estate tycoons in the United Arab Emirates. His company Damac Properties played a vital role in the infrastructure and real estate development in Dubai and the Middle East. Read more: Richest Arab Youngest Billionaires and Family

Damac Properties are active in many different parts of the Middle East as well as globally, including in London, Beirut, Abu Dhabi, Oman, Jeddah, Dubai, Doha, South Africa, Asia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.

The company has a suite of luxury projects under development in Dubai in both commercial and housing sector, including a project that has a golf course designed by the legendary Tiger Woods himself. It is a project in which the golf course would be developed in partnership with the Donald Trump’s organization, The Trump Organization.

Hussain Sajwani studied economics and industrial engineering from the University of Washington. After completing studies, he worked as a contracts manager with the famous oil company named GASCO. In 1982, he finally opened his business called Al Jazeira Services that continues to operate till date.

Al Jazeira Services is a company that deals in catering and support services with clients such as U.S. Military and Bechtel. Damac Properties work with many international and regional partners across the globe to extend its operations in new demographic regions.

Hussain Sajwani is a noted philanthropist as well and recently announced a donation of AED 2 million to provide clean clothing for one million children from a disadvantaged background.

Hussain Sajwani Family have close ties with Donald Trump and family, long before Donald Trump became the president of the United States. After Trump was named the President of the United States, Hussain Sajwani even offered him a $2 Billion deal that Trump had to refuse due to conflict of interest as a President of a country. Learn more about DAMAC owner:

Hussain Sajwani had come a long way from when he started and is a self-made billionaire and the third richest person in the United States. His company Damac Properties continue to change the face of the housing and real estate market in the country and is known for building some of the most expensive projects in the country.

Securus Technologies Is Praised With Award

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One of the best companies when it comes to the world of investigation and monitoring tech is called Securus Technologies. They have been around for a very long time and have gained a stellar reputation in their industry. They were recently recognized for their efforts at the annual Stevie Awards in Las Vegas. This ceremony honors companies in a variety of categories in the business world. One of the categories that receives a great deal of attention is the customer service category. There is no question that companies need to have great customer service in order to survive. Securus has taken this idea to a whole new level.


The Gold Stevie Award is what Securus took home for having the best customer service of any company in the world in 2016. This is according to a group of judges that consisted of more than 70 professionals. Securus has said that their goal is to treat all of their customers like they would want to be treated. This strategy has clearly worked. Customers always praise Securus for their innovations in order to service the people who do business with them in a more efficient manner. The Gold Stevie Award is very important and shows that their competitors have a long way to go to beat Securus.


There were over 60 awards handed out that night at Caesars Palace. The recipients of these awards are very aware of what a prestigious honor the Gold Stevie Award truly is. It is basically like the business world version of winning the Oscar. Securus said that it is already in the process of making major innovations which will be unveiled later in 2017. They are not going to get complacent. They intend on winning the Gold Stevie again next year. It would not be surprising if that happens.

Squaw Valley Holdings Issues Report on The Water System on Upper Mountain

Squaw Valley

Andy Wirth, CEO and president of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Resorts issued a statement on November 30 concerning the contamination of the water supply in the upper mountain water system. Squaw Valley had immediately contacted the Placer County Department of Environmental Health on the discovery of coliform bacteria and E.coli during routine testing.


Squaw Valley has the utmost concern for the safety of their guests, so the restaurants on upper mountain were immediately closed. Since the water was shut off, bottled water was provided for all the guests, and no one was ever exposed to the contaminated water supply. As a result, no one became ill from drinking infected water, and skiing remained open. Squaw Valley is extremely cautious concerning their guests.


The report that was released from Squaw Valley sums up the cause and effect of the water supply issue.


While this issue is being resolved, all of our guests, especially those at High Camp and Gold Coast, will have full access to all of the facilities in the resort. Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows will continue to keep the restaurants on the upper mountain closed and continuing to provide free bottled water.


The cause of the bacteria in this one system was found to be due to an unusually heavy rainstorm in October and rainwater also infiltrated several water systems in the area. As it relates to Squaw Valley, this heavy rain event inundated the system that had been upgraded during the summer. Since the other systems on the resort were not upgraded in any way, the issue was contained to High Camp and Gold Coast system. The contaminated water was never available to the public.


Through our routine testing, this issue allowed management to immediately contact the proper authorities. In addition, two water experts were called for a second opinion on the resolution.


High Camp and Gold Coast mountain’s water system will continue to be closed until the water levels have returned to normal levels. Our personnel will continue to report the progress until health officials confirm the water levels are normal at upper mountain. Safety is of major concern to Squaw Valley management.