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Review From Left Hand Style – Style In Its Right Mind – By Stephanie Thomas

Thank you Left Hand Style for the review!

MagnaReady makes a great gift for Fathers Day! If you or someone you love has difficulty fastening buttons, the MagnaReady buttondownshirt will make dressing easier and faster.
It’s a great looking shirt. I appreciate designer, Maura Horton’s attention to fashion as well as function. MagnaReady uses  individual magnets underneath each button for long-lasting dependable closure.

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A Review From Rehab Management Magazine

Thank you Rehab Management Magazine for the review! Whether your disability is short term, like a broken bone, rehabbing your way back from a stroke or something more permanent – we hope our adaptive wear product can help!

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Don Horton Steps Down

NC State tight ends coach Don Horton will no longer coach, but will remain on the Wolfpack staff as the assistant director of football operations, the school announced on Thursday.

“It is with great excitement that I approach the next step in my professional career in athletic administration,” Horton said in a prepared statement. “Coach [Tom] O’Brien and NC State athletics have offered my family and me a great opportunity to become involved in the administration and I am extremely grateful. I would like to thank all those who have made this next step possible.”

“I am thrilled to have Coach Horton continue in his career here at NC State,” O’Brien stated. “As a member of our staff for the past 15 years, he has been more than an excellent football coach. He has also has done a tremendous job developing young men and setting high standards when it comes to hard work and how to do things the right way. In his new role, he will continue to benefit everyone associated with this football program, and we are as excited about this opportunity as he is.”

Horton began coaching at Ohio State in 1982 as a graduate assistant. He made coaching stops at nine other schools and made the trip to NC State with O’Brien in 2007. He has mentored more than 15 NFL players and has coached in 12 college bowl games.