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GIVEAWAY- All Good Coconut Beard Oil

first_img The Best New Men’s Grooming Brands You Need to Know About Sprint Through Airport Security With These TSA-Approved Men’s Grooming Kits How to Grow and Maintain Stubble How to Grow a Beard: It’s Not Just a Look, It’s a Philosophy Editors’ Recommendations Coconut oil is all the rage in the health and food worlds at the moment, but did you know it will do wonders for your beard as well? Hell yes! This awesome natural ingredient is one of the most hydrating and moisturizing on the planet. Plus it is a serious deep conditioner.Our friends over at All Good have a coconut oil made with USDA certified organic ingredients that will keep your facial hair soft, shiny and smooth while hydrating that mug underneath. And don’t just stop at the beard, this jar of spirit oil is great on your face and body after surf, ski, hiking or any outdoor activity that is tough on your skin. All Good offers their oil in lemongrass, lavender and original coconut. Don’t be scared by a scent, they all are equally refreshing.Based in Los Osos, California, All Good has a wide variety of natural sunscreen, pain relief spray, hand sanitizer and lotion to keep you looking and feeling awesome while keeping things real with their plant based ingredients. Surfer Chadd Konig, kite boarder Patrick Rebstock and snowboarder Forrest Shearer are big fans (if you need some man-spiration!). Added bonus, one percent of all revenues from All Good is dedicated to fighting for social and environmental justice around the world.Since we love our readers we are going to share our own supply of All Good Coconut Oil with you. Simply share this post on Facebook and enter for a chance to win one jar to save your face, beard and body.We will pick three winners on Friday. 10 Best Beard Balms: The Secret to a Tamed and Tangle-Free Beard last_img read more

Canam reinstates dividend as Q3 profit surges to 10 million on higher

Canam reinstates dividend as Q3 profit surges to $10 million on higher revenues by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 23, 2013 3:52 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Canam Group is reinstating its quarterly dividend after the fabricator of steel structures for the construction industry saw profits surge to $10 million in the third quarter on a strong boost in revenue.The Quebec-based company earned 24 cents per share for the period ended Sept. 28, compared with 15 cents a year earlier when net income was $6.5 million.Sales increased nearly 26 per cent to $285 million, mainly due to higher light structural steel sales.Canam (TSX:CAM) says improved conditions will allow it to pay a dividend for the first time since 2011 without sacrificing its ability to invest and take advantage of business opportunities. The four cents per share dividend will be paid Jan. 3 to shareholders of record on Dec. 15. It represents a yield of 1.5 per cent.The strong results caused the company’s shares to close at their highest level in more than five years. On the Toronto Stock Exchange, they gained 60 cents, or 5.7 per cent, to $11.10 in Wednesday trading.The company said the higher profit was due to increased revenues and improved profit margins in its three operating segments — buildings, structural steel and bridges.“Both the volume and quality of the orders constitute encouraging signs,” said president and CEO Marc Dutil. “Our backlog reflects the gradual improvement seen in the heavy structural steel market.”Canam’s backlog of orders was $636 million up from $619 million as of June 29, 2013. Its net debt, excluding convertible debentures, was $147.6 million, $31.6 million lower than Dec. 31.Sara O’Brien of RBC Capital Markets said the results beat her estimates and the 19 cents per share consensus of analysts.“We view these results as positive given the significant lift in sales,” she wrote in a report.Canam Group is the largest fabricator of steel components in North America and employs 3,500 people in Canada, the United States, Romania, India and Hong Kong. read more