Suntec Singapore Source = Suntec Singapore Fresh from a string of awards in the last quarter of 2010,Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre (Suntec Singapore) has onceagain received the honours for being voted as “Asia’s Best Convention and ExhibitionCentre” and “Best MICE Sales Team” at the CEI Asia Industry Awards 2011.The awards are presented by CEI Asia – the region’s leading magazine for the Meetings,Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) industry. The annual CEI Asia Industry Awardsare voted by the magazine’s astute readers whose profile includes MICE buyers, planners andinfluencers in the Asia-Pacific region.“We are honoured to be recognised as one of Asia’s top convention and exhibitioncentres once again for the third consecutive year. This accolade is significant as it endorses ourproduct and services offerings amidst rapid industry growth. This award further solidifies theSuntec brand – allowing us to keep improving on our standards,” says Pieter Idenburg, ChiefExecutive Officer of Suntec Singapore.Suntec Singapore has consistently remained tops for the third year running.“We are privileged to receive this recognition once again for the third consecutive year. Thishonour is a clear endorsement for our team as they attest to the industry’s warm appreciation ofus – allowing us in our unceasing quest to cater to and improve our products and serviceofferings for our clients,” commented Mr Ong Wee Min, Director of Commercial.Suntec Singapore emerged from an extraordinary year in 2010 – having hosted a total of 1,536events, welcomed approximately 6.8 million visitors to the venue and hauled in copious awardsand accolades.What a great start for what looks set to be a remarkable year!
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact There are six teams on bye this week and there’s a very good chance that you have multiple starters you’re about to bench. If you’ve been running with Andrew Luck or Philip Rivers and figured you’d dump your backup, it’s time to grab that one-hit wonder. It’s a tough week for running backs too. I had to start Mike James in one of my leagues, and although it didn’t completely crush my running game, it still hurts to start someone this late in the season when the last time you heard their name was on a Saturday. If this is the week you stacked your byes or if you need to fill a gaping hole in your lineup, check out these players and pick up a win in Week 8.Your six Week 8 bye teams: BAL, CHI, HOU, IND, SD, TENQB – 19% Geno Smith, NYJ @ CIN – This guy seems to find a way to get a TD or two every week despite a revolving door of offensive skill players around him. Rex Ryan decided just a few plays into the game that Chris Ivory was going to replace Bilal Powell at running back and Ivory won the carries battle 34-3. The only consistent feature of this offensive attack all year has been Smith.WR – 8% Andre Roberts, ARI vs. ATL – With Larry Fitgerald obviously ailing and the running game becoming more stagnant as Rashard Mendenhall continues to get carries, Carson Palmer will have to go to the air even more and Roberts can be the benefactor. I’m really hoping that Andre Ellington will become this team’s every down back but that seems a little farfetched seeing as Arians won’t let his love for Mendenhall go.RB – 52% Joseph Randle, DAL @ DET – Good matchup here for last week’s breakout running back. If DeMarco Murray doesn’t play then Randle will be in line for the start and another great day on the field. It seems like everyone desperately needs another back right now and this is a great option for plug and play on such a big off-week for the position. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 0 Comments Share TE – 58% Jordan Reed, WAS @ DEN – This guy is a MUST OWN. The Redskins will be passing all day and will be able to expand the offense a bit more with RG3’s knee becoming less and less of an issue. The best sign for Reed owners is that Fred Davis was a healthy scratch last week. Even you have a good TE, get this guy on your team for Flex purposes.DEF – 35% Pittsburgh Steelers @ OAK – The old timey Steelers D should come out in this game. The run-stuffing, hard-hitting, flying-Polomaluing Steel Curtain will be in full effect, especially since the Raiders continue to have issues running the ball. Darren McFadden will return for Oakland but he won’t be 100% and has a rough match up ahead of him. Ignore Pitt’s record in this one, the D will be ready to shut down the Raiders.