Monster legends dragons (monsters)

What makes Monster Legends is that there’s no real shortage of monsters in the Monster Legends game. They did a very good job at offering you immediate access to all kinds of monsters. You have to realize that every monster has its own set of abilities, so it’s a pretty wild and challenging experience to say the least. But that’s what makes a game like Monster Legends so good, the fact that it can become better and better while also pushing all sorts of creative ideas for you to explore. Most of the monsters are unique, there are some variations here and there too.

But there’s definitely a lot of content to be had inside the game. Not all of them are dragons, even if it might seem like that at first. But that’s the true power behind Monster Legends, the fact that this game becomes more and more enticing and interesting with each play, and you will not have to worry about any demanding situations as you go along. Being able to access and explore all these challenging situations can be tricky, but the monsters are amazing in their own right here.

Some of the best monsters in the game are Dracontium, Arch Knight, El Dino Volador, Azuriel, Bandses, Faraday the Obscure, Bloomskips, Fayemelina, Firelequin, Brynhilda, Chill Bill, Galante Jr., Crissandre, Gold Ra, Dendrosaur, Griffin, Lord Moltus, Hayman, Malair, Hirondeleor, Metalisha, IMigbo, Nebotus and so on. If you really want to get all these 600+ monsters, there’s a lot of game time in front of you. And with the right amount of commitment you can eventually get there. That’s what makes a game like Monster Legends Hack so fun, the uniqueness of its monsters and the fact that you can also have a base where you can raise your monsters and make them the best.

PC Construction to Sponsor SMPS NNE Event – Event The Secrets to Inbound Marketing for AEC Firms

PC CONSTRUCTION IS PROUD TO BE RECOGNIZED AS AN INDUSTRY LEADER, SETTING TRENDS IN CONSTRUCTION METHODS, SAFETY, QUALITY, AND CLIENT SATISFACTION. THE RELIABILITY AND PROFESSIONALISM OF OUR ENTIRE TEAM MEANS THAT WE DELIVER THE HIGHEST QUALITY CONSTRUCTION SERVICES AND THAT OUR CLIENTS ARE TREATED WITH RESPECT AND CONSIDERATION EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.
Services They Provide:

GENERAL CONTRACTING, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, DESIGN-BUILD, PRECONSTRUCTION & PLANNING, SPECIAL PROJECTS, and SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

The Event:

The Secrets to Inbound Marketing for AEC Firms
April29

Event Description:

The buying cycle for your clients has shifted, and they have control. Traditional marketing methods simply don’t work anymore. If you’re still relying on trade publications, PPC, direct mail, SPAM-y emails or the newspaper to get the word out about your A/E/C company, you’re not reaching the qualified prospects who really matter.

Learn how to attract your ideal buyer to your website using inbound marketing. In this seminar, you’ll get an overview of the Inbound Methodology—a way of attracting, converting, closing and delighting prospects and walk away with an understanding of how to use Buyer Personas to create targeted, focused marketing that speaks directly to the clients you want most.

Presenter & Event Sponsor:

David Houston

When:

Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT)

5-5:30 Registration/Networking
5:30-6:30 Presentation
6:30-7:30 Networking

Where:

Burlington, VT | Hotel Vermont (41 Cherry Street | Burlington, VT 05401 | 855.650.0080)

Rooms

  • Block of 10 Rooms reserved until 3/29/15 Cut-off Date (Mention SMPS NNE)
    Discounted Rate for Standard King/Queen/Double $149/night + taxes

Cost:

$45 SMPS/ACEC Members
$55 Non-Members

Parking (not included in ticket price)

Hotel Valet Parking $15/day
Hotel Self Parking $10/day
City of Burlington Public Parking – Rates vary depending on duration.

Food/Drink

Heavy Appetizers & 1 Drink Ticket (included in ticket price)
Cash Bar available (not included in ticket price)

Empowering Success: Learn How Visionary Leaders Transform A/E/C Firms

The leaders on the panel are:

  1. EMPOWERING THROUGH COLLABORATION: Ellen Belknap, SMRT. As President of SMRT and Leader of the firm’s Healthcare Practice Sector, Ellen has taken the concept of collaboration to new levels. Ellen is recognized for her skills in facilitating large group efforts to achieve the best result for all concerned. Her collaborative approach has been effective in demonstrating how openness and a willingness to collaborate with multiple stakeholders can work to everyone’s advantage. She empowers project teams through integrated project delivery so that all parties are aligned to achieve a project’s success.
  2. EMPOWERING THROUGH INNOVATION: Pete Vigue, Cianbro. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Cianbro Companies, Pete has empowered his leadership team to think outside of the box in pursuing new strategic markets and geographies. His leadership transformed Cianbro into one of the United States’ largest, most diverse, successful, open shop, 100% employee-owned, construction companies, presently operating in over forty states and employing 4,000 team members in diversified markets including module manufacturing, fabrication & coating, maintenance and construction for the marine, petrochemical, and refining industries, as well as electrical transmission and distribution construction, building, industrial maintenance, power generation and transportation markets.
  3. EMPOWERING THROUGH STRATEGY: Doug McKeown, Woodard & Curran. In his 20+-year career at Woodard & Curran (currently CEO and Chairman), Doug has demonstrated a commitment to driving business success through effective strategic direction. As an engineer with an MBA, he understands both the technical components of the AEC industry as well as the business drivers that firms must respond to in order to be successful. He was Woodard & Curran’s first Director of Marketing before taking the helm as Manager of the Operations & Management Business Center until 2007, when he was appointed as CEO. Since then, the firm has nearly doubled in annual sales volume and headcount, and has grown into an integrated engineering, science, and operations firm that is nationally recognized for solving clients’ complex infrastructure challenges. Doug was selected as the 2015 Mainebiz Business Leader of the Year in the large firm category.

The panel will be moderated by Mike Reilly, FSMPS, of Reilly Communications. Mike works with professional service clients on strategy, message, media relations and content marketing. He is an adjunct professor teaching public relations at the College of Communication at Boston University; he also teaches Leadership Presence for mid-career students at BU’s Center for Professional Education. A past national president and Boston Chapter president of SMPS, Mike is a contributing editor to the journal Marketer and a past president of the Massachusetts Building Congress.

As a participant attending this session you will learn:

management and motivational techniques;
individual and group dynamics;
leadership and team-building principles;
sustainability and industry trends; and
building high-performance teams linked to key client groups.

When:

Wednesday, May, 13, 2015 from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM

4:30-5:00 Registration/Networking

5:00-6:30 Presentation

6:30-7:3
Food, Drinks, and Networking

Where:

Portland, Maine

Proceed to the garage attached to the Abromson Center at 88 Bedford Street and then walk to the Wishcamper Center at 34 Bedford Street.

Here’s the website for directions:

Food/Drink:

Hors d’oeuvres and 2 Drink Tickets included

Need Hotel Accommodations?

Call and ask for the special rate under the room block “SMPS”, only a limited number of rooms are available. Deadline to book is May 8th.
– The Portland Harbor Hotel , $139 +tax. Reservations (207) 775-9090. Located in the heart of Old Port, this is the choice hotel for luxury standards. Take advantage of this discount!
– Clarion Hotel, $98 +tax. Reservations (207) 774-5611. 1230 Congress St, Portland. The Clarion also offers a shuttle service for guests.

If you need additional assistance on lodging please contact Jessica Kandel at jkandel@cianbro.com or 207-416-9408

New Year Kick-off Celebration

Join us to celebrate the New Year and hear from the firm that designed the Portland Public Library’s renovation. Scott Simons Architects will discuss the renovation and the changing nature of libraries in 2016-2017.

• Tuesday, Jan 19 / 5:30-7:30 pm
• Portland Public Library
5:30 – 6:00 registration
6:00 – 6:30 – Presentation by Scott Simons Architects
6:30 – 7:30 – Social time
• Hors d’oeuvres & drinks
• $25 members, $40 non-members

Register Online:

CLIENT DEVELOPMENT: The Top Five Things to Do

Come and participate in a lively discussion on the top five things you should be doing for client development.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKER

Bill Johnson is currently the Client Development Manager for Terracon Consultants, Inc.,covering the New England Region. He has a strong business development background, with excellent networking, training, public speaking,team building and written communication skills. He has been primarily responsible for developing and executing plans for new area penetration and for developing relationships with strategic business partners from New England to the Mid-Atlantic in the Higher Educational and Developer market segments. He is thoroughly integrated into organizations such as SMPS, APPA, SCUP and NAIOP through both board and committee positions. Bill has a civil engineering degree from Northeastern University and is a Certified Facility Manager through IFMA. He has also authored and published a book entitled “Business Development for Professionals”, which is for sale on Amazon.