Monthly Archives: August 2021

REVE Chat Expands Omni Channel Communication Platform With WhatsApp Business Channel Integration

SINGAPORE, August 31, 2021 / PRNewswire / – REVE Chat, the Global AI-Enabled Omnichannel Customer Engagement Platform Provider, Announced Integration with WhatsApp Business Channel to Help Businesses Build Personal Relationships and Provide Support top notch customer. The REVE Chat platform also supports live chat, chatbots, Facebook, Viber, Telegram, etc. as …

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Affinity takes Mezzetta’s website from ordinary to extraordinary

The new site celebrates Mezzetta’s mission, ethics and, of course, its mouthwatering products and associated recipes. Tweet this Known for his unwavering commitment to quality, Mezzetta has spent more than eight decades sharing his love for handed down recipes and unforgettable flavors. Created in 1935 by Giuseppe Mezzetta in that …

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Each ticket sold for the Reims match against PSG

League 1 The 21,000 tickets were sold at the Auguste-Delaune stadium for Lionel Messi’s possible debut at PSG on Sunday August 29 during the fourth week of Ligue 1. Through Kelvin Loyola August 28, 2021 11:59 a.m. EDT August 28, 2021 11:59 a.m. EDT Lionel Messi (Getty) 21,000 spectators hope …

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Grizzly – Gay Dating & Chat by Surge Gay App sro

Tired of chasing GAY GUYS on your own? Stop fantasizing about love and instantly find it on Grizzly, the most popular gay dating app for bears! Create an account using your email or social media profile and express your feelings with your fingertips! Have fun, meet new friends, groups and …

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UM to kick off 2021 with Pride Day Match vs. Detroit Mercy, Road Match in Oakland

UM to kick off 2021 with Pride Day Match vs. Detroit Mercy, Road Match in Oakland 08/25/2021 14:25:00 // Megan McIntosh Michigan kicks off its 22nd college season this Thursday against Detroit Mercy.The Wolverines are 11-9-1 early in the season.UM returns 26 laureates and adds four freshmen and one transfer …

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FIFA reduces Mexico’s ban for anti-gay chanting to 1 match; WCQ vs Jamaica on September 2 will be played without fans

25 August 2021 Eric Gomezmexican writer The Mexican Football Federation (FMF) has announced a reduction in FIFA’s initial two-match ban on anti-gay chants heard at Olympic qualifying matches last March. A statement issued by the FMF explained that due to the organization’s “efforts to eradicate discrimination in matches”, FIFA has …

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SF nightclub legend Harry Denton has died

Harry Denton’s Starlight Room atop the Sir Francis Drake Hotel has not been Harry Danton’s Starlight Room since 2019, when his name changed. But that same Harry Denton once owned four nightclubs bearing his name across San Francisco, bringing glitter, glamor and velvet ropes to the SF gay nightclub scene. …

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Fun for Fog-ust: the best events of the week

Every Tuesday, our subscribers receive this awesome roundup in their inbox. You should register here to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Don’t be put off by the city’s silvery foggy season – summer is still in full swing, with plenty of chances to create your own sunshine! Here …

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Dog Eared Books becomes “Fabulosa” in September

September Brings ‘Fabulosa’ Change to Basic San Francisco Bookstore Dog Eared Books on Castro Street struggled during the pandemic and nearly went bankrupt. But thanks to generous donors, PPP loans and good old-fashioned staff, the store lives on, even though it will take on a new name. The store will …

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