Not many malls have the distinction of being called a tourist destination. Roberto Santiago knew this when he started Manaira Mall, but he wanted to ensure the mall would have a chance to be successful in different areas of business. He chose to make Manaira a mall that had different offerings. It not only had premier shopping and dining experiences but also had the entertainment options no other malls in Brazil had. While people were working on making their own malls better, Roberto Santiago felt he had the secret to a successful mall in that he was using his as an expo center. He chose to make it somewhere people could go to enjoy the things they needed on their own. He also wanted others to realize they would have to work with each other on the options they had for shopping while they were in the mall.
The idea behind the Manaira Mall was that it would be somewhere people could go to make things easier on themselves. They could shop for designer clothes in the same place they were picking up spices for their kitchen. While they were there, they could also get something to eat and could even see a show on the rooftop expo center. This is what Roberto Santiago wanted when he started the mall. He knew he would be able to do this if he worked hard enough and if he was able to show people all the things they needed to be successful in the mall they were a part of.
As things changed for Roberto Santiago, the mall saw major differences. People who were a part of the mall wanted to know what Roberto Santiago was doing to make it different. They were also interested in all the ways the mall was improved. As far as things went for Roberto Santiago and the Manaira Mall, he knew he would be successful. He also knew he could do different things on his own if he was working toward a more positive future for the entire Manaira area.
The mall continues to do well in times where people are uncertain about shopping malls. Since it is a tourist destination, it is mostly protected from some of the issues people have with other malls. It is in an area that has a lot of tourist interest so it will continue to thrive in that sense. Since Roberto Santiago is doing what he can to make the mall better and different from other companies, he is allowing it to be successful. He has plans to make it one of the best malls in the world and the single best mall in Brazil for the rest of time.
Orange Coast College residents are happier than before. Adams Avenue facility is the talk of Orange County since it was opened to the public. That is the most significant recycling facility covering five acres, five terms bigger than the previous recycling facility. The Orange Coast College spent over $7 million to build the recycling facility that took one and quarter years to complete. Learn more: http://www.latimes.com/socal/daily-pilot/news/tn-dpt-me-occ-planetarium-20170711-story.html
Orange Coast College has always been dedicated to offering residents recycling services for over four decades. The new facility has better offices, ample parking space, meeting rooms, and showers.
South California residents can now get rid of unwanted equipment from their households in an eco-friendly way. Materials that can be recycled at OCC’s recycling center include glass containers, plastic bottles, scrap metals, paper products, tin and aluminum cans. Residents can also dispose unused TVs, computers, fluorescent lights, printers and old clothes. For every item disposed, the residents are equally compensated. Learn more: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/05/24/orange-coast-college-rowers-have-the-muscle-and-mindset-to-win-nationals/
Orange Coast Centre has the following benefits:
• Help residents clear up their storage space
• Saves on energy
• Enhances fresh air and clean water
• Earns the residents some money
• Protects the ecosystem
• Creates job opportunities
OCC’s recycling center is in line with the college’s development plan in its 2020 Vision. The development plan intends to increase student accommodation, improve buildings, tighten security and reduce operating costs.
OCC offers continuous learning through summer, winter, spring, and autumn. Founded in 1947, Orange Coast College, which is located in Costa Mesa, Southern California, has grown to be a demanding learning institution becoming the third largest college in Orange County. Students who enroll in its OCC’s Career and technical education programs have successfully transferred to private colleges and universities. These include the University of California and California State University. Some students at OCC have also successfully transferred to reputable universities across the nation.
Orange County College has made its residents happier through the opening of OCC recycling center to the public. The residents can now breathe clean air, drink clean water, dispose unused equipment and get employment opportunities. The OCC recycling center is part of the college’s development plan in its Vision 2020. Students enrolled in the college have successfully transferred to private colleges and university within California and the nation at large.