Thats why its no surprise that communities across Texas have caught on to SafeWay Drivings unrivaled approach to drivers education. What started as one location at Houston Memorial High School is now a network of 25 drive sites across the Lone Star State. And on the heels of a record breaking 2016, that strong momentum is expected to continue throughout the new year. Last year, SafeWay Driving opened up five new school zones in Texas. The brand also signed three new franchise agreements, positioning the brands ever-growing system for rapid expansion in 2017. And in order to steer that strategic developmentboth in Texas and across the countrythe brand has promoted Vice President Ann Littmann to CEO. I started with SafeWay Driving back in 2011 as an intern, and can honestly say that I fell in love with the company right away. The work that we do truly changes lives, and the passion that every one of our team members and franchisees brings to the table is unmatched, said Littmann. Im incredibly proud and honored to serve as SafeWay Drivings CEO, and Im looking forward to reaching many more milestones in the upcoming year and beyond. Going forward into 2017, SafeWay Driving plans to continue expanding its reach in its home state of Texas. interview skills training youtubeThe brand will establish a strong base and reputation in major cities like Dallas, San Antonio and Austin before eventually pursuing development outside of Texas.
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She has expressed regret that an unscheduled meeting in Phoenix with Bill Clinton caused the public to doubt the independence of the investigation. She announced after the encounter that she would accept the recommendations of the FBI. On Thursday, the Justice Department’s inspector general announced an investigation into whether the FBI and Justice Department had violated policies in their handling of the case. Lynch declined to discuss internal talks between the FBI and Justice Department just before FBI Director James Comey’s much-criticized decision to send a letter to Congress days ahead of the Nov. 8 election that said the bureau would be revisiting the email investigation. The Justice Department opposed sending the letter, and Lynch said “the director was well aware of my views on it.” “There will be a lot of analysis about the impact of all of these things,” she said. “I’ll let the pundits deal with that.” Sessions is expected to easily win Senate confirmation and may revamp Justice Department priorities, not only on policing but on immigration and national security policy. Lynch, the former top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, said she had been through political transitions before and understands how they work. But she said she expected some of the priorities she established to remain intact through career lawyers at the Justice Department. “You come in and you work as hard as you can, as long as you can, for the American people,” she said. “The value of that lives on.” ___ Follow Eric Tucker on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/etuckerAP Copyright The Associated Press.
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