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Transcript: Hotel Site Proposal North Myrtle Beach, SC North Myrtle Beach, SC Site #1 601 Main St, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 Site Highlights: East of Highway 17 Waterfront Location Less than 1 Mile to the Beach and to Shopping, Restaurants, and Nightlife City of North Myrtle Beach public utilities PDD Mixed-Use Zoning Approved Total Lot Size: 6.4 Acres #1 Area Information Local Merchants 601 Main St, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 Surrounding Hotels Ocean Drive Beach Avista Resort Peppertree by the Sea High Tide Motel Best Western Beach Resort Wyndham Vacations Resort Site #2 1305 Nature's Way, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 #2 Lot Size: 1.94 Acres Site Highlights: Easy Access to Highway 17 Waterfront Location Close Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and Beaches. Zoned for Highway Commercial Area Information Area Information Local Merchants Surrounding Hotels Super 8 Quality Inn Rodeway Inn La Quinta Inn Hampton Inn 1305 Nature's Way, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 #3 Site Highlights: Easy Access to Highway 17 Close Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and Beaches. Five Separate Parcels, Formed into One Large Tract Existing Structures Zoned for Highway Commercial Lot Size: 6 Acres Site #3 1330 Bellamy Road, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 Area Information Area Information Local Merchants Surrounding Hotels Super 8 Quality Inn Rodeway Inn La Quinta Inn Hampton Inn 1330 Bellamy Road, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 Wilmington, NC Wilmington, NC Mayfaire #1 Site #1 Area Highlights: Expanding Area with Shopping, Dining, and Living Close Proximity to the Beach and the University of North Carolina Wilmington Easy Access to Highway 17; Interstate 40 & 140 Existing Hotels Mayfaire Hilton Garden Inn Homewood Suites by Hilton Residence Inn by Marriott Springhill Suites Fairfield Inn & Suites TownePlace Suites Suburban Extended Stay of Wilmington University of North Carolina Wilmington #2 Site #2 Area Highlights: Close proximity to the UNCW Total Enrollment: Over 16,000 Easy Access to Interstate 40 & 140 Main Location for Existing Accommodation Existing Hotels Courtyard Marriott Holiday Inn Express & Suites Comfort Inn University Best Western Hampton Inn Staybridge Suites Fairfield Inn & Suites University of North Carolina Wilmington Downtown Wilmington #3 Site #3 Area Highlights: Easy Access to Cape Fear River Tourist Attractions: Bellamy Mansion Museum, Riverfront Park, Museum of the Bizarre; Railroad Museum, Riverboats Corporate Offices Cape Fear Community College Easy Access to Interstate 140 Existing Hotels Downtown Wilmington Courtyard Marriott Hampton Inn Best Western Embassy Suites Hotel Ballast Wilmington Hilton Clemson, SC Clemson, SC Downtown Clemson #1 Site #1 Area Highlights: Close Proximity to Clemson University Total Enrollment of Over 23,000 Positioned Perfectly Near Shopping, Restaurants, Nightlife, and Area Events Existing Hotels Downtown Clemson Courtyard Marriott Hampton Inn Best Western Plus Comfort Inn Holiday Inn Express Days Inn Potential Site Site Highlights: Currently Owned by Clemson Foundation Located Less Than .7 Miles from Clemson Memorial Stadium Close Proximity to Shopping, Restaurants, and Nightlife Total Lot Size: Approximately 2.60 Acres 114 Daniel Dr, Clemson, SC 29631 Potential Site 114 Daniel Dr, Clemson, SC 29631 Interstate 85 #2 Site #2 Area Highlights: Direct Access To/From Interstate 85 Surrounded by National Restaurants and Stores Within 10 Miles from Clemson University Existing Hotels Interstate 85 Comfort Suites Fairfield Inn & Suites Hilton Garden Inn Holiday Inn Express Hampton Inn Auburn, Al Auburn, AL Site #1 Downtown Auburn Area Highlights: Anchored by Auburn University Total Enrollment: Over 27,000 Positioned Perfectly Near Shopping, Restaurants, Nightlife, and Area Events Limited Number of Existing Accommodation Options #1 Existing Hotels Downtown Auburn The Hotel at Auburn University TownePlace Suites by Marriott Quality Inn Candlewood Suites Hilton Garden Inn Site #2 Interstate 85 #2 Site Highlights: Easy Access to Interstate 85 Close proximity to National Restaurants Primary Location for Existing Hotels Existing Hotels Interstate 85 Hampton Inn Courtyard Marriott Holiday Inn Quality Inn St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine, FL Site #1 Near St. Augustine Outlets Area Highlights: Convenient Access to Interstate 95 Surrounded by Area's Largest Shopping Center Less Than 10 Miles to the Atlantic Ocean #1 Existing Hotels Near St. Augustine Outlets Courtyard Marriott Holiday Inn Fairfield Inn & Suites Hampton Inn Best Western Hotel & Resort Site #2 Historic Saint Augustine #2 Site Highlights: Easy Access to Highway 95 Waterfront Location Main Sector for Businesses Close Proximity to Restaurants, Shopping, and Beaches Main Hub for Area Activities Existing Hotels Historic Saint Augustine Double Tree Best Western Hampton Inn Hilton Autograph Collection Hotel Wyndham Garden Hotel Fernandina Beach, FL Fernandina Beach, FL Site #1 Fernandina Beach Area Highlights: Oceanfront Offering a Variety of

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Transcript: Simply... Use Metaphors With Visuals Graphs Are Very Powerful Imagination IDEA By And Present To Your Audience Frame 3 - End Frame 1 - Beginning Frame 2 - Middle SOCIAL MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY Open communication that's encouraged between consumer and business What is Social Media? General Social Media Stats Limit Text Put Your Ideas On Paper IDEA After Careful Planning Grab Your Computer Step Home Sweet Home To Visualise The Finished Product Don't Be Afraid To Take Risks 70% of brands have a presence on Google+ 4% growth from Q4 2012 70% of marketers have used Facebook to successfully gain new customers One million pages can now be accessed with the "login with Facebook" feature 67% of marketers will spend more money on social media for the holiday season Facebook and Instagram users are the most engaged. Around 60% of their users sign in every day (Compared to 46% of Twitter users) To RESOURCES EDUCATION MARKETING Use High Quality Visuals To Support Your Message Social Media: Harness Technology TRENDS FUTURE A collection of online communities dedicated to community input, interaction and content sharing. Take each Frame Info from http://www.crowehorwath.com Start Putting The Presentation Together With Your Software 4 Fundamentals of Social Selling Advanced (& Simple) Linked-In & Twitter Techniques How to Leverage Other Social Networks 72% of all Internet users are now active on social media More than 70% of users access social media from a mobile device Americans spend an average of 37 minutes daily on social media, a higher time-spend than any other major Internet activity, including email The new race in social media is not for audience, but for multi-device engagement (phones, desktops, and tablets) 60% or so of social media time is spent not on desktop computers but on smartphones and tablets 93% of marketers use social media A two-way street, not a one-way Take The End Product To Support Your Ideas You Need BUILDING on Media that interacts with you SOCIAL MEDIA APPS & SOFTWARE Use Your Dig Up As Many Ideas As You Can Step And Bullet Points

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Transcript: Willamalane maintains and operates six recreation facilities and 37 parks and open spaces which is roughly 800 acres Offer hundreds of recreation programs and services to about 60,000 partons Some activities and services are offered for free while others are kept at low prices to insure that it is accessible for the majority Willamalane offers scholarships to help with the costs What has been REWARDING A Brief Overview For ages 5-6 Educational activities are available before and after school Monday- Friday 7am-6pm Trained Willamalane drivers transport the children in the programs to and from school The children enjoy enriching activities such as music, crafts, active play, and field trips Currently there is about 44 children in the program mission: Support the whole student Help create the curriculum for the kindergaten room Involves preping and organizing materials for the classroom activites I work hand in hand with the director of the program as well as the teachers of the classroom Initially I thought that I would get to spend more time interacting with the children in the classroom With limited exposure to the children I haven't really been able to work on my skills needed to have more enriching interacts with children Due to this I sometimes have a lack of confidence when put into situations where I have to problem solve or redirect children My Volunteer Work Willamalane Parks and Recreation Center Was created by voters in 1944 Willamalane is a special tax district, seperate from Springfield with its own boundaries It is governed by a five-member elected board of directors and managed by a district superindendent What has be CHALLENGING The Little kids Club I have Observed the enjoyment the children get out of participating in the activities that I helped create I have helped built a core set of skills in math and reading throught the activities I have created for the children gained connections in the education and human service field

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Transcript: Location Site Analysis (Cont.) Inspired by the design's transverse roads, which allows vehicular traffic to cut through the park without substantively detracting from the experience. This allows pedestrians to enjoy the full extent of the park's scenery as intended by Olmsted. Intersecting is the concept for this project; Influenced by the parks various desolate pathways Central Park was established in 1857 on 778 acres of city-owned land. Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, won a design competition to improve and expand the park with a plan they titled the "Greensward Plan." The premise of the plan should express an overarching aesthetic motive. Based on a romantic landscape aesthetic popular with 19th century European sites, such as the Bois de Boulogne and Birkenhead Park. As a result, The plan's artistically composed scenery and agreeable variety of structures and nature evoke the ambiance of an English park. Frederick Law Olmsted was an American landscape architect and is popularly considered to be the father of American landscape architecture. His strongest influence came form his father, who greatly enjoyed natural scenery. He was greatly motivated by the writings of 18th century English landscape artist; his visit to England's Birkenhead Park proved to influence his eventual career path. "The root of all my good work is an early respect for, regard and enjoyment of scenery... and extraordinary opportunities for cultivating susceptibility to the power of scenery." GOAL! The Sheep Meadow was used to herd sheep back then from 1864 until 1934. Since the 1960s, the Sheep Meadow is used for relaxation and occasional small concerts. In New York, there are no smoking areas in parks and beaches. However, there is smoking permitted around the perimeter of the Central Park. Concept The Architect Site Presentation Background Info Amy Garcia Alexander Sanchez Site Analysis The location of the pavilion will be placed in the Sheep Meadow to the east of the Le Pain Quotidien Restuarant and restroom.

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Transcript: To our group, Ile de le Cite means that without the preservation of architecture there can be no future. If Ile de le Cite never had settlers, taken over by the Roman and never became a safe haven from invaders there would be no Notre Dame or Pont Neuf. Both of these marvels are world renowned, if they were not preserved throughout the years life as we know it would be different. There would be no spreading of ideas, the culture of Paris would not be the same thus we would not have wonderful influences like Ernest Hemingway or Pablo Picasso. Focal point of Ile De Le Cite Show heavy influence of naturalism Has faced considerable damage throughout the years Considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic Architecture .The Notre Dame Cathedral is the actual cathedral of the Catholic archdiocese of Paris: which is to say, it is the church which contains the official chair ("cathedra") of the Archbishop of Paris, Andre Cardinal Vingt-Trois. The Cathedral of Notre Dame is probably best known for its relation to the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame, made famous by the numerous cartoons and movies inspired by it. History of Ile De Le Cite Gabi, Tristen & Morgan A small, quaint park located in Ile De Le Cite Very low traffic and visitors are cautioned to keep the space quiet and non-touristy. Founded by a Gallic tribe called the Parisii in 1607 after orders from Henry IV, and it has always been the very center of Paris. In the 18th century, the artists Boucher and Chardin used the area to exhibit paintings. If you walk through the west gate you will find yourself facing an equestrian statue of Henry IV. The Pont Neuf Bridge is located in Place Dauphine and on top of the bridge is known to be the best view of the park What can this place tell us about what it means to live in Paris? Pont Neuf meaning the “New Bridge” is the oldest bridge in Paris King Henry III decided to construct a new bridge in 1578 because the bridges on the Seine were overcrowded and out of shape. It was the first bridge that was built for vehicle transport in Paris. All other bridges were considered too narrow and outdated. It was a center where the rich and poor would meet and social class did not matter. Parisians were able to be true to themselves after years of religious control. Bouquinistes which are booksellers can still be found on the island. Besides books they also sell souvenirs and trinkets. Conciergerie Site Presentation: Ile De Le Cite Our group chose Ile De Le Cite because it is dynamic and there is a lot to learn about. Many of the important and iconic landmarks, which were discussed in this presentation are located here. Learning about Ile De Le Cite will make our experience in Paris that much more exciting when we get to visit. Original site of the Parisi tribes Believed that the earliest settlement in Paris was on this island 52 AD the settlement was rebuilt as the Roman city of Lutetia by Julius Cesar. Residents of the city sought refuge at the island from attacks by Nomadic tribes like the Huns During Merovingian times (5th to 8th century A.D.), a palace was built at the western end of the island making it an important political center throughout the Middle Ages A predecessor to the Notre Dame Cathedral was erected in 10th century Pont Neuf Bridge was built by King Henry III in 1578, it is considered the oldest bridge In the 14th century the Conciergerie was originally called the Palais de la Cité which was a palace for the royals of France. In 1391, the French royals moved out of the palace and part of it turned into a prison for the poor and wealthy of France. One of the most well-known prisoners was Marie Antoinette, Queen of France. The room where Marie Antoinette spent her last days has been transformed into a small chapel. The Conciergerie has been turned into a historical monument where travelers from all over the world come to visit. Notre Dame Île de la Cité is considered the heart and soul of Paris. The first settlers started off on the small island of the Seine River and it is considered the oldest district in Paris. Île de la Cité has been able to preserve its history and romance throughout the ages. This truly tells us about the strength and sustainability of Parisian culture. A Paris Guide: Ile de la Cit. (n.d.). Retrieved November 16, 2016, from http://www.aparisguide.com/ile-de-la-cite/ Brand, C. (2016, September 26). The Top 10 Things To Do On Île de la Cité In Paris. Retrieved November 26, 2016, from https://theculturetrip.com/europe/france/paris/articles/the-top-10-things-to-do-and-see-on-the-le-de-la-cite/ Ermengem, K. V. (n.d.). Île de la Cité, Paris. Retrieved November 16, 2016, from http://www.aviewoncities.com/paris/iledelacite.htm Notre Dame Cathedral Paris. (n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2016, from http://www.notredamecathedralparis.com/ History of Place Dauphine in Paris. (n.d.). Retrieved November 26, 2016, from

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Transcript: Blakeley Miller JEZREEL JEZREEL Late Neolithic period (4500-2500 BCE) Agriculture fertile soil grazing plains Ample water supply spring of Jezreel that flowed close by provides Jezreel and surrounding fields with a constant access Trade routes Via Maris + Kings Highway Access to Egypt, Syria, & Mesopotamia commercial + military use *control of these highways was coveted... Fortress dating to Omride Dynasty 9th century (800 BCE) Purple: Via Maris Red: Kings Highway Joshua (19:18) "the 4th lot fell to Issachar...their territory comprised Jezreel..." I Kings (21:1) Naboth the Jezreelite refuses to sell king Ahab his vineyard that adjoins the royal palace. As a result, queen Jezebel has him stoned to death and urges Ahab to take the vineyard. II Kings (9:10) "the dogs shall devour Jezebel in the field of Jezreel, with none to bury her" Biblical References 1987: bulldozer accidentally uncovered ancient structures 1990 - 1996: David Ussishkin, Tel Aviv University + John Woodhead, British School of Archeology in Jerusalem lead major dig, uncovering rectangular compound surrounded by walls, moat, & gate on the southern side. 2012 -present: Dr. Norma Franklin, University of Haifa Zinman Institute of Archaeology + Dr. Jennie Ebeling, University of Evansville - Casemate** wall - 4 projecting towers surrounding fortress - Winery cut in limestone + olive presses (2017) Archeological findings King Omri - 6th King of Israel ; Omride dynasty - Black Obelisk of Shalamaneser III (Assyrian king) - Mesha Stele of Moabite king - Friendly relations with Phoenicians - Did evil in the eyes of the lord ( 1 Kings) King Ahab - Father was King Omri - Political alliances through marriage were common - Consistency in foreign deities worshipped by Jezebel - Did MORE evil in the eyes of the lord (1 Kings) But like, did that really happen? Naboth's Vinyard - soil conditions well suited for growing grapes + olives - archeological structures consistent with ancient winery discovered in vicinity of fortress.... rock-cut treading floors adjacent rock-cut vats, each more than one meter in depth; treading floor connected to a vat by a rock-cut channeldeep circular basin (additional vat?) sump for collecting liquids Probably, maybe? carbon dating from plaster dated to 1st century BCE Absence of later innovations Iron Age likely (1200–1000 BC) 1. Tanakh the Holy Scriptures: Torah, Nevi'im, Kethuvim 2. David Ussishkin, "Jezreel—Where Jezebel Was Thrown to the Dogs", Biblical Archaeology Review July / August 2010 3. Nadav Na'aman, "Historical and Literary Notes on the Excavation of Tel Jezreel," Tel Aviv 24, 1987, pp. 122-128 4. Jennie Ebeling, Norma Franklin and Ian Cipin, “Jezreel Revealed in Laser Scans: A Preliminary Report of the 2012 Survey Season,” Near Eastern Archaeology 75.4 (2012) 5. Norma Franklin, Jennie Ebeling, Philippe Guillaume and Deborah Appler, "Have we Found Naboth's Vineyard at Jezreel?," Biblical Archeology Reiew, December 2017, pp. 49-54 Sources:

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