Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board presented its tourist uniforms

first_imgPhoto: 2sisters With the aim of promoting the tourist offer at fairs, special presentations, TZSMŽ has published a public call for the design and production of unique tourist uniforms. The local company Natura Ivana jdoo from Sisak, which made two men’s and five women’s uniforms, applied for the tender. All embroidery on the uniforms is newly made and handmade, modeled on the folk costumes of our region, says Ivana Tomašinec Damjanović from the company from the company Natura Ivana jdoo, which is run by the sister Sanja Tomašević brand 2sisters. “Motifs from our region, from Posavina, Moslavina and Banovina, were used. It is about manual and unique work. Handmade on blouses, stitching on white canvas, was done by Marica Šalić from Gornja Posavina, and the executed rose, which is represented as a symbol of the county, was done by Mrs. Kata Šešerin. We wanted to complete the whole through the presentation of the symbols of the whole county, so in addition to roses, blue and green are represented, the colors of the county. We also wanted to empower our women who preserve and nurture our heritage and ultimately show our culture and heritage. ” says Ivana Tomašinec Damjanović The Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board presented its unique tourist uniforms. A great example of how small tourist boards can work well, be different and fight for their place under the sun. It is easiest to say that the status quo cannot be adhered to. In this context, I would like to remind you of the excellent action of the Rogoznica Tourist Board (although a sea destination, with a much larger budget than continental tourist boards, but again “small” in the context of large sea destinations) Visitor center or a mobile tourist office. Sanja Tomašinec, designer and engineer of textile technology, who is also responsible for the entire design, points out that this was a unique opportunity to implement a rose on the official uniform as a symbol of the county, which is otherwise less used. “Everything was done according to our traditional clothes that were worn before, and the goal was to process the entire area of ​​the county through one set of clothes. So we got modern uniforms with traditional elements. ” concludes Sanja Tomašinec. The uniforms will have their premiere at the Place2go Fair in Zagreb on March 15-17 this year, and they will also be present at all performances of the SMŽ Tourist Board – at fairs in Slovenia, Germany, Italy and Warsaw. TZSMŽ financed the project in the amount of HRK 30.000,00 gross for the design and manufacture of 7 sets of uniforms.center_img Now the next step would be to design a different promotional stand, to round out the whole process. I keep emphasizing that at trade shows, especially if you are “small” in the context of a smaller budget, you have to be innovative, creative and different in order to draw attention to yourself. If we look at a fair space, it is always the same, with classic white “boxes”, and if someone jumps out with a different approach, it immediately stands out from the others and thus attracts attention and arouses interest. Of course, the first step is to attract attention and interest, and then quality communication and sales come on the scene, ie the promotion of the destination in order to create action, ie the desire to come to the destination. Photo: 2sisters The Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board is delighted with the design of the uniforms, especially since it is about domestic production and handicrafts. “There was a need for unique uniforms because this year we are working on increased promotion of our destination abroad (Poland, Italy, Slovenia and Germany), so for practical reasons, to attract attention, we came up with the idea to attract attention with something pleasing to the eye. In the whole story, just different uniforms come to the fore. We still have a lot of ideas, and our next step is to make a different promotional stand. The worst solution is classic spaces with a white background and posters, but in line with the modest income, I hope that we will be able to make a design of a different promotional counter. By the way, last year we broke the magic number of 100.000 overnight stays, which we are very proud of. “Concludes Ingrid Padjen Đurić, director of the Sisak-Moslavina County Tourist Board. Of course, the first step is to attract attention and interest, and then quality communication and sales come on the scene, ie the promotion of the destination in order to create action, ie the desire to come to the destination. The uniforms are visually attractive and differentiate the presentation from other destinationslast_img read more

Leinster claim late Connacht win

first_img After Parks converted from close range, a promising Leinster attack was foiled by a Luke Fitzgerald knock-on and there was some concern for a prone Madigan, who was hit hard by Robbie Henshaw, before he got back on his feet. Slashing runs from Mata Fifita and McFadden saw both sides attack with vigour in an open, exciting encounter, the hosts picking up the pace noticeably as Madigan landed his second penalty following a Henshaw offside. Leinster pressed for more approaching the interval and while Connacht defended heroically, they did leak a late penalty – Craig Clarke was pinged for not rolling away and Madigan mopped up with an important three points. Clarke, Heenan and Brett Wilkinson were all having big shifts for Connacht, who signalled their intent on the restart when turning down a kickable penalty. Lam’s charges worked a lineout maul and Wilkinson went close before Kevin McLaughlin infringed near the whitewash, but Parks’ poor penalty attempt came back off an upright and Leinster had a real let-off. Madigan was just short with his own penalty attempt from halfway, and with man-of-the-match George Naoupu getting on the ball Connacht doggedly held onto their slim advantage. Although handling errors from Gavin Duffy and Matt Healy invited Leinster forward, Connacht somehow survived a spell of scrum pressure near their line. The proceedings were decidedly stop-start entering the final quarter as a succession of penalties broke up play. Leinster’s hopes were boosted when replacement prop Loughney was sin-binned with 10 minutes left. Leinster shunned a shot at the posts as they looked for their set piece to decide the game. Marmion duly saw yellow for interfering with Isaac Boss at the base of a scrum and a couple of collapses led to the vital penalty try which Madigan converted. Connacht were just three minutes away from a famous interprovincial derby victory at the RDS, but Leinster pulled it out of the fire with a late penalty try to claim a 16-13 win. Press Association The westerners – winless in Dublin since September 2002 – went 10 points up with scrum half Marmion poaching a 13th-minute try and Dan Parks kicking the rest of the points. Ian Madigan’s third successful penalty closed the gap to four points right on half-time, but Leinster had to bide their time against an aggressive Connacht defence. The scoreline remained at 13-9 until the dying minutes when Connacht’s penalty count took its toll – 18 in all – and Leinster’s forward power, aided by replacement Martin Moore, edged it for them. There were only two minutes on the clock when Parks drilled over a right-sided penalty from inside the 10-metre line. Connacht’s solid start continued as they tackled tigerishly to chop down both Fergus McFadden and David Kearney, and Parks drove home a penalty from halfway for 6-0. The returning Madigan punished a scrum infringement from Jake Heenan to get Leinster on the scoreboard, splitting the posts with a confident strike from the right. Connacht failed to take advantage of a five-metre scrum after a Madigan kick was charged down by Craig Ronaldson, but Leinster then blundered on their own scrum ball to gift Marmion the opening try. The alert Connacht scrum half reached out to score after the visitors got the push on in the set piece, with Jamie Heaslip and Eoin Reddan both unable to control the loose ball and Noel Reid beaten to it on the line by Marmion. Pat Lam’s side shot into an early 13-3 lead and produced an heroic backs-to-the-wall effort in trying to contain the reigning RaboDirect Pro12 champions. But having lost Ronan Loughney (70 minutes) and Kieran Marmion (76) to the sin-bin, Connacht’s wilting scrum was unable to keep Leinster at bay and Matt O’Connor’s men escaped with a fortunate win. last_img read more

Upper-body injuries sideline Avant, Cooper; Broyld, Green fill in at H-back

first_img Published on August 12, 2014 at 7:47 pm Contact Phil: pmdabbra@syr.edu | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+ FORT DRUM, N.Y. — One of Scott Shafer’s many catchphrases is “next man up,” but a number of absences at the H-back position forced Syracuse to improvise in finding that man on Tuesday.Junior Ashton Broyld, a former H-back, currently a receiver, spent time at his old position and Troy Green, a quarterback at the end of last year, got some reps as well.“We saw Troy get some shots today,” Shafer said in a post-practice press conference, “and Ashton actually had a really good day, made some great catches and moved down the field. Didn’t hurt that the grass was a little slippery so his defensive guys looked like they were on a rodeo horse or something.”The preseason depth chart at H-back reads: Brisly Estime, Sean Avant, Corey Winfield, Corey Cooper and Franklin Santos.Estime is still nursing his sprained ankle. Avant and Cooper were sidelined from Tuesday’s practice at Fort Drum with upper-body injuries. Winfield just moved to cornerback and Santos left the team last week.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShafer said the team will take it day-by-day with Avant and Cooper, and he hopes to get them back in two or three days.Even with the options on the depth chart all used up, the head coach still stressed the meaning behind his saying.“The next guy up on the depth chart goes in and he runs those same plays,” Shafer said. “Maybe not as fast, maybe not as sharp, but he busts his ass to do the same job that the two or three guys in front of him did. It’s a simple formula. Guy goes down, next man up.” Commentslast_img read more

It’s advantage Yorkshire in title chase

first_img It’s advantage Yorkshire in the title race at the English Men’s County Championship after they won this morning’s foursomes against Hampshire by 2.5-0.5 at Sandwell Park in Staffordshire.Yorkshire captain Darryl Berry commented: “They all did well to give us a two-point cushion going into the singles. That’s all I could ask for and now we’ll go out and try and get the top three matches out there.”The dramatic game of the morning was the top clash between Yorkshire’s Kealan Lowe and Bailey Gill and Warwickshire’s Mark Burgess and Tom Robson.It goes down on the scoresheet as a half but behind that lies some astonishing scoring. Yorkshire started with six consecutive birdies, while Hampshire stayed in touch with the help of eagles on the 3rd, where Robson holed a four-iron, and another on the 5th, where Burgess rolled in a 4ft putt. “So we were five-under and one down through six!” said Robson.Hampshire got all square on the 7th, but lost the 8th before eagling the 10th, where Burgess hooked a three-iron around the trees and Robson holed a 40-footer from the back of the green. All square again.Hampshire went one up on 12, but Yorkshire won the 16th and 17th where Gill and Lowe pulled off a magical up and down to go down the last 1up.Robson found his own touch of magic on the 18th green, holing a downhill 10-footer across the slope which he set off at 90 degrees to the hole. The birdie squared the game and Robson remarked: “That’s the best match I’ve ever played.”In the other games, English champion Dan Brown and Steve Robins set Yorkshire on their way, winning the first point 5/3 and completing the season as an unbeaten pairing.Will Whiteoak and Ben Brewster (pictured top © Leaderboard Photography) were involved in another battle which went to the 18th before they emerged as 1up winners. They too amassed birdies and an eagle on 10 as they worked their way to dormie two up. Hampshire birdied the 17th to take the game the full distance but the 18th was halved in par and Yorkshire took the point.In the third-place play-off Warwickshire also lead Cornwall 2.5-0.5 after the foursomes.Warwickshire’s Max Martin and Liam Phipps took the first point with their comfortable 5/4 win, before Matt Cryer and Ian Winstanley won the 18th to finish 1up. Gareth Jenkins and Tom Ibbertson completed the team’s scoring with their half.Click here for full scores 25 Sep 2016 It’s advantage Yorkshire in title chase last_img read more