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Showing posts with label Rocket City. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rocket City. Show all posts

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Chairman Dale Strong reflects on ‘The Price is Right’ appearance


Chairman Dale Strong reflects on ‘The Price is Right’ appearance


Article Excerpt: "...'When the interviewer asked, 'Where are you from?' I said I'm from Rocket City, USA. That's all it took,' he said. Strong said he didn't even realize he had been chosen for contestant row..."


Reference: whnt.com

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Kiplinger says, Huntsville is number 1

No. 1: Huntsville, Alabama


Article Excerpt: "... As for aerospace, Huntsville isn't called Rocket City for nothing. The giant rocket replica that pierces the Huntsville skyline not only makes a handy reference point for out-of-towners but also represents Huntsville's storied -- and still strong -- role in space exploration. ..."


Reference: www.kiplinger.com

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Rocket City, Rocket Project seeks funding through crowdfunding

Rocket City, Rocket Project on RocketHub


Article Excerpt: "... Space Operations, Inc. (SpaceOps) announced today a fundraising effort was "launched" on RocketHub with a $98millionUSD ($98M) goal in 90 days. RocketHub is a "crowdfunding" website that enables people to raise money through the internet for various projects. It is not an investment or charity. It is an exchange: fans receive rewards depending on the level of their support. SpaceOps needs $38M to build the 2-seat ECLIPSE spacecraft, and $60M to purchase a commercial launch services contract. ..."


Reference: www.spaceref.com

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

New York Production of Rocket City, Alabam’

Rocket City, Alabam’


Article Excerpt: "...In the early 1950’s, at the dawn of the Cold War, Hitler’s top rocket engineers were quietly slipped into the U.S. to create an American missile program. These Germans had to be settled somewhere, and the spot selected by the U.S. Army was Huntsville, Alabama, a Southern town which happened to be home to a century-old Jewish community.
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Reference: www.msaltzman.com