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Many of today's most successful businesspeople are early birds, including PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi (4:00 AM), Apple CEO Tim Cook (4:30 AM),Richard Branson(5:45 AM), and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz (4:30 AM).
It was developing these highly versatile legs, rather than powered flight, that saw the evolutionary diversification of early birds proceed faster than was generally true of other dinosaurs.
The Early Bird Discount also covers Friday Roaming Tickets, which gives the holder the opportunity to move around the circuit freely and watch the weekend's practices for the Grand Prix from any of the strategically located Grandstands.
Festival co-ordinator Helen Chalmers said: 'We are delighted to offer fans the opportunity to snap up early bird tickets so soon after this year's successful festival.
The Early Bird Rights means that the Knicks can exceed the salary cap in order to resign their own players, while still being able to use the exceptions.
Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort, a resort in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, has announced an Early Bird Season Pass sale.
Our value-seeking Early Bird column has produced three winners in the first four weeks of the season for a profit of 9.
There is a significant savings for taking advantage of the early, early bird rate.
West Bromwich Albion have announced they have frozen season ticket prices for early bird buyers to reward the club's loyal fans for their unwavering support this season.
April 20 is the deadline to take advantage of the Masters Early Bird Bonus.
The Early Bird tickets are available from selected West Wales outlets and online from www.