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USA Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:USAT) (USAT), a wireless, cashless payment and M2M telemetry solutions company, commented on James W Stuckert's "endorsement" publicised by SAVE in a 25 June 2012 announcement, it disclosed on Monday.
I'M sure many people will be interested in the Treasures Revealed interfaith event next month, which the Examiner publicised on June 8.
As part of a renewed focus on law and order, the Prime Minister is to warn unruly youths that their Asbos will be publicised via leafleting and the internet.
It is an internal process, the discussion will not be publicised, but what must be publicised will be publicised.
It will be the second successive year that it has publicised the event, which usually attracts around 250,000 visitors and will be held at Birmingham's NECC later this month before returning in June next year.
THE World Firefighter Games 2008, which will be held in Liverpool later this year, are to be publicised on Sky TV.
The Home Office advert indirectly publicised adult material and sexual services, the Advertising Standards Authority ruled.
Celebrity Love Island Star Jayne Middlemiss was rolling in the money as she publicised this weekend's Lotto extravaganza.
In the past, only high-profile cases have been publicised by the authority, but the Benefit Fraud Inspectorate has urged councils to adopt a formal publicity po