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Each year, the International Council of Air Shows presents the Art Scholl Memorial Showmanship Award to the air show act or performer which best exemplifies the qualities of showmanship demonstrated by Art Scholl.
In August Larissa will represent a Holstein UK young members team in an international clipping and showmanship competition in Belgium.
Junior Showmanship Champion title was awarded to Andrew Struthers, Ayrshire and Reserve Jennifer Veitch, Ayrshire.
In the Junior Showmanship competition (for those under 18 years of age) CT Giese of Baltimore, MD with his Border Terrier named Ch Towzie Tyke Laird O'Glenmore JE, known as Glen, was awarded Best Junior Handler, along with a $2,000 scholarship.
When I grew up in Orange County, we used to drive up and try to get into the publicist's awards luncheon every year around this time," joked Ferrell before he handed over the motion picture showmanship award to Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal, the top execs at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Hurd provided few details of his plans after his appointment, but one message is clear: The showmanship that was a hallmark of the Fiorina years at $80 billion HP is gone.
The rock `n' roll posturing and showmanship never stayed away for long though and recent single Alive And Amplified induced rock salutes and finger pointing.
Although he's only been serving military patrons for about a year, his passion for combining culinary arts with his unique showmanship began at a fast-food restaurant in the Philippines in 1995.
Gallen, My Madinab was a spectacular and highly contemporary piece of showmanship.
You realize this especially in the last hour, which tries to gallop through 1980-2004, with nods to the AIDS crisis, the showmanship of producer Cameron Mackintosh, the rise of corporate backers like Disney, the passing of Jonathan Larson, 9/11, the megasuccess of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Wicked, Hairspray, La Cage aux Folles, and a little show called The Producers.
Intrigued by European health exhibits he saw on a trip in 1930, he used the APHA to promote American exhibits combining accurate health information with showmanship.
Anatomists have accused him of sensationalist showmanship.