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Companies that can deliver the trifecta--healthy and affordable products that taste good--are bound for success.
In Grand Prairie, Bound for Success will serve every junior from Grand Prairie, South Grand Prairie and Dubiski Career High Schools - with different requirements based on class ranking and SAT or ACT scores.
TRIG has honed in on strategies for overcoming common obstacles and has participation in project development from the Oregon Department of Energy and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, among others that see this project as bound for success.
The project seemed bound for success in Singapore, where computer use starts in kindergarten, 41 per cent of people own PCs, and the government encourages the use of information technology across all segments of society.
But bosses are confident that the Freelander - which I found impressive on and off-road - is bound for success.
Judging by the initial reaction by the industry at the Miami show, which was very positive, we believe we are bound for success with this significant new program.
We started as a supplier of tools for KR's industrial machine tool division, and knew the partnership was bound for success when major orders -- the first was a $300,000 order for tools -- started to arrive within months," says PCA Mohan, managing director of Hydratight Middle East.
The integration of such new and necessary features coupled with positive industry timing make MetroGuest bound for success.