Archive for January, 2010

Haitian Quake in Pictures

Posted in Uncategorized on January 19, 2010 by Adam Housley

Sorry guys for the delay, but we have little or no internet service on the tarmac and even when we do and are not being blown over by jet exhaust, the speed is 1995 dial-up slow and it would take me until 2012 to upload my photos. Here is one and for the rest follow the link. I will be able to comment and you can also follow me via twitter on this blog’s main page. Why is everyone so silent, do I have to keep the convo going! ūüôā Click on Share below to see the rest of the pics.

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Clothing with a Conscience

Posted in Uncategorized on January 12, 2010 by Adam Housley

On the job hunt I find myself amidst the brick two-story buildings that pepper the garment district just south of Los Angeles. Parts of this area haven’t seen good times in a generation or more, but as more people move into downtown areas of optimism spring up and growth begins to clean-up once dilapidated neighborhoods around the city. The rebirth actually plays right into the company we are profiling called Apolis Activism.

Began by three brothers about six years ago, the company designs and produces a clothing line that can be found in outlets like ‘American Rag’ and Bloomingdales. It’s not the GQ styling that has brought us here, but the way the Parton brothers have gone about creating their line, which follows the maxim “teach a man how to fish, ” instead of “give a man a fish.”

Here is the rest of my story on foxnews.com ¬†Sorry for the delay, but CES literally kills me. It is true overload for me! ūüôā

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HERE’S TO 2010

Posted in Uncategorized on January 1, 2010 by Adam Housley

I hope everyone has an amazing 2010. It really is hard to believe how quickly the time¬†goes and while we may not get the chance to get together or talk as much as we all¬†would like to…..I just want you to know that I do cherish my family and friends!

While a year has ended, so has a decade..from SantaRosa to Sacramento and then on to Fox. These last 10 years I lost my grandma (my best friend), gained an amazing niece & nephew and godchildren. Saw a war, 7 hurricanes, watched a man be put to death, tear gassed, Superbowl, World Series, power of a tsunami, a recall, saw 28 countries and made friends with so many of you from all parts of the globe. I have been more than blessed. May 2010 bring family, friends and good fortune for all. Thanks for staying in touch and supporting me here in this little community!