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Tesla Model X: Dream Giveaway

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Time is quickly running out to enter for your chance to win Tesla’s most expensive, capable model – the Model X Performance SUV. This prize package not only includes the Model X, but an additional $32,000 to pay for taxes. You can also double your entry tickets as a bonus with a minimum donation of just $25, just for reading Motor1.com. But get your tickets now, because the entry period ends soon on December 1, 2020. 

Only 2 weeks remain to enter, so get your tickets now!

This isn’t just any old Tesla Model X, either. It’s 100% loaded, with no option left unchecked. The specific model up for grabs is the ultra fast Model X Performance, which produces the most power and, thanks to Ludicrous Mode, drops the SUV’s 0-60 time from 4.4 seconds to just 2.7 seconds – an astonishing feat for a vehicle that seats up to seven people. Not only that, the Model X Performance still offers over 300 miles of all-electric driving range. 

Aesthetically, this Model X is as crisp as they come with its Solid Black paint (a $1,500 option) and 22-inch Onyx Black Wheels (another $5,500). The interior, meanwhile, is skinned in white leather and carbon fiber (cha-ching: $2,000). The last option from the factory is Full Self-Driving Capability, which now costs $10,000 and future-proofs your Model X by giving it access to Tesla’s full battery of technology enhancements as they become available. 

Our friends at Dream Giveaway haven’t left this Model X stock, either. What could make it better? How about an Unplugged Performance Performance Sports Air Suspension Lowering Kit? They’ve also upgraded the interior and exterior LED lights (a common complaint of Teslas). We think you’ll agree it’s the meanest-looking Model X you’ve ever seen. 

Dream Giveaway won’t stick you with the tax bill on your prize, either. The winner will also receive $32,000 in cash to help pay Uncle Sam for the privilege of taking home this electric rocket. 

Winning this Tesla Model X Performance is as easy as donating to a worthy cause. Click here, make a donation, and you’re automatically entered to win. As an exclusive deal for Motor1.com readers, Dream Giveaway will automatically double your tickets 

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Georgia State University Receives $2 Million Gift in Memory of Days Inns Founder to Establish Hospitality Immersion Program

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Atlanta, Dec 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Atlanta, Dec. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business has received a $2 million endowment from Deen Day Sanders to establish an immersion program in memory of her late husband, Days Inns founder and school namesake, Cecil B. Day, Sr.

The endowment will be used to develop the Cecil B. Day Immersion Program to provide graduate and undergraduate hospitality students semester-long experiential learning opportunities tailored to their specific career aspirations. The majority of the gift will be used to provide scholarships and academic aid to make it possible for students of all backgrounds to participate.

Whether studying domestically or abroad, participants will take part in signature experiences that demonstrate internationally renowned examples of quality operations across all sectors of hospitality including lodging, food and beverage, event management and entertainment. Following a semester of hands-on projects, mentorship from hospitality leaders and networking, students will emerge with a greater understanding of corporate processes, analytical approaches, and strategies for innovation.

“It is with great honor and tremendous gratitude to the Day family that we accept this gift and embark on the creation of the Cecil B. Day Immersion Program,” said Debra Cannon, director of the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration. “Cecil B. Day was a pioneering innovator and marketing genius, and we are thrilled to further his legacy through this new program. During a time when our industry needs innovation the most, this student-centric gift has the power to transform careers and change lives.”

The competitive application and selection process for the Cecil B. Day Immersion Program will open in fall 2021, after which admitted students will participate in professional development workshops to prepare for the experience.

Robinson’s School of Hospitality Administration was renamed the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration in 1988. Cecil B. Day is remembered as an astute businessman who developed Days Inns to national prominence throughout the course of his career. His family’s legacy of excellence and philanthropy is the foundation upon which the program bases its vision for preparing future generations of hospitality executives.

The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration is the oldest and largest hospitality administration school in Georgia. It offers certificate, bachelors, and master’s-level programs. CEOWORLD ranks it 22nd among the world’s top hospitality and hotel management schools, and Eduniversal ranks the school’s Regynald G. Washington Master of Global Hospitality Management 24th worldwide.

Learn more about the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at https://robinson.gsu.edu/hospitality.

About Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is 8th among accredited U.S. business colleges for graduate enrollment, according to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). More Georgia executives hold advanced degrees from Robinson and Georgia State than any other U.S. institution.

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Camille Rowe Reveals Her French Girl Style Secrets In the Latest Episode of 7 Days 7 Looks

“There is something about French women. They do really dress well,” French-American model Camille Rowe declares while wearing a sleek three-piece suit and a bright red lip she dabbed on with her finger. Kicking off episode two of Vogue’s video series, 7 Days 7 Looks, Rowe walks through a week in her wardrobe. Be it a pair of go-to Levi’s 501s or a slinky Tom Ford Gucci-era LBD, each outfit demystifies the alluring and esoteric “French girl” style.

With simple, polished staples, the model nonchalantly and unselfishly hands over the keys for dressing French, as if mastery was always as effortless as she makes it seem. For Monday’s outfit, Rowe discloses that “in Paris, even when you’re dressed down, you’re sort of dressed up.” She then pairs her go-to Levi’s 501 jeans and Petit Bateau T-shirt with a pair of polished Celine loafers, and punctuates the outfit with a beautiful Hawaii-themed Bode button down. “I think French women, more than anyone else, focus on investment, staple pieces as opposed to fast fashion. It’s about good quality things that you’re going to wear forever,” she says. Rowe’s outfits prove the power of this sentiment: consider Wednesday’s floor-grazing coat by the Row that “makes everything look so much chicer,” or Sunday’s perfectly tailored black Acne Studios suit “for every occasion.”

While investment pieces can carry a stigma of seriousness, Rowe illustrates how they can be whimsical and personal. For Tuesday’s Italian-Riviera-themed dinner, she sports a crisp white suit paired with vintage sunglasses and a headscarf. Maybe the most special staple in her closet is Saturday’s “plane to dinner” look, featuring the custom, embellished Gucci pajama suit that she wears on long-haul flights and has also worn for the “past three Christmasses.”

In years past, dressing French meant picking up a beret or a striped bateau long sleeve and calling it a day. Thanks to Rowe’s week in looks, it’s clear that French style isn’t just about one specific piece, it’s an ethos rooted in timelessness and nonchalance.

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La Perla belted short silk robe

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Petit Bateau women’s 1×1 iconic tee

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Levi’s 501 high-waist straight-leg jeans

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Celine Luco moccasin in calfskin

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Khaite Brita stretch-wool blazer

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Mansur Gavriel casual pants

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Valentino vintage lace-trim embellishment nightgown

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Christian Dior 2018 lamb leather blazer

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Roger Vivier Hotel Vivier Broche Vivier Buckle mules in velvet

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The Row Ivana wool-and-silk-blend coat

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Acne Studios cropped straight-leg jeans

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Prada patent pointy-toe booties

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LeadingLadyClothing Victorian embroidered velvet shawl

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Khaite Hilary plisse cotton twill shorts

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Celine Claude boots in calfskiin

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Gucci satin-trimmed cotton-blend velvet jumpsuit

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Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star sneakers

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Acne Studios double-breasted woven blazer

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Acne Studios pleated wool-blend straight-leg pants

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Dior Couture Color Rouge Dior Lipstick

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The Row office leather ankle boots

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‘It’s gonna affect us:’ Days before holiday shopping season, shooting at Mayfair mall could impact future business

Just months after opening Mia Charming Sweets inside of Mayfair mall, owner Shnisha Mimis said she’s considering offering a curbside pickup service for her customers ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. 

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