BRO’s Bracket BrawlWhat’s the best outdoor school in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic? Beginning March 19, Blue Ridge Outdoors’ Top Adventure College Tournament, sponsored by ENO Hammocks, asks readers to pick the winners. Colleges and universities meet in head-to-head matchups in a 32-school bracket. In each contest, the school receiving the most votes advances to the next round.Larger schools (more than 5,000 students) go head-to-head on one side of the bracket, while smaller schools square off on the other side. The two division winners face off in a David-meets-Goliath championship to determine the regions’ best outdoor school.The initial 32 colleges and universities were selected for their outdoor clubs and curricula, their commitment to outdoor and environmental initiatives, the quality of their outdoor athletes and programs, and their opportunities for adventure.Will your alma mater take the tournament crown? Rally students, alumni, and supporters around your college or university. Voting begins March 19 at contests.blueridgeoutdoors.com. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Monday of each week.Round of 32: March 19 –April 2Sweet 16: April 2 – 9Elite 8: April 9 – 16Final Four: April 16 – 23Championship: April 23 – 30Visit blueridgeoutdoors.com to vote and to view the complete 32-school bracket.Want to help support your school? Shoot and share a one-minute (or less) video showing everyone why your college is the best adventure college in the region and Blue Ridge Outdoors will feature selected videos on our site and social media platforms. At the end of the contest, the team at ENO will select their favorite submission and the winner will receive an ENO hammock package! Post your video to Instagram, tag @blueridgeoutdoors and @enohammocks, use the hashtag #topadventurecollege in the caption and you’re entered to win.For more information, contact digital publisher Dusty Allison (firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-225-0868) or Justin Forrest at (email@example.com or 828-225-0868).
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In response to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent CARES Act, the rate of adoption and utilization of digital lending technology on behalf of borrowers and lenders has increased dramatically. Look no further than the need of small businesses to provide their IRS Form 944 online as part of the Paycheck Protection Program.When the sudden increase in the need for small business liquidity occurred, lenders who normally worked in close proximity to their teams suddenly found themselves working remotely, causing an unprecedented disruption to traditional lending processes and staff coordination—possibly temporary, or perhaps permanently. Chief Lending Officers are tasked with maintaining adherence to lending policies, procedures and regulatory compliance in this “new normal” while simultaneously maintaining loan volumes. As businesses begin to reopen and stay-at-home quarantine orders are lifted, loan demand will surge, along with unprecedented challenges in meeting that demand. Many thought leaders envision a new normal that differs dramatically from life prior to the COVID-19 crisis.Usher in the New Paradigm – Digital LendingGood news: technology available today allows borrowers to securely initiate and submit loan applications online 24×7 and allows lenders to work remotely and securely from any location. Using technology, lenders can quickly evaluate a far greater number of loans and evaluate their creditworthiness, oftentimes in minutes versus days, as compared to traditional processes. Digital technology can exponentially increase the speed of underwriting and back office automation, allowing banks to meet dramatic surges in loan volume and provide rapid responses to credit inquiries from borrowers—while maintaining strict adherence to the bank’s established policies and regulatory compliance. This is accomplished using secure cloud-based platforms that permit the use of any device, anywhere, anytime for both borrowers and lenders. Imagine a world where the window to accept applications for credit never closes!
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