Tinley’s Lengthy Seashore Facility to Produce Non-Alcoholic Craft-Fashion Drinks, developed with BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, for Soma Beverage Firm

“THCeer’s!” ‘Hopping’ High Ride “

“THCeer’s!” ‘Hoppin’ High Ride ‘is expected to be distributed to California pharmacies and home delivery licensees in the first quarter of 2022. (Concept art only.)

“THCeer’s!” ‘Hoppin’ High Ride ‘is expected to be distributed to California pharmacies and home delivery licensees in the first quarter of 2022. (Concept art only.)

TORONTO and LOS ANGELES, Nov. 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Tinley Beverage Company Inc. (CSE: TNY, OTC: TNYBF) (“Tinley’s” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Soma Beverage Company Inc .’s (“Soma”) craft-style non-alcoholic “Hoppin ‘High Ride”, developed in collaboration with the brewmasters at BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. (“BJ’s”), is preservative-free through a new closed loop infusion and pasteurization process for cannabis at Tinley’s Long Beach facility.

Soma’s new ‘THCeer’s!’ “High Ride” beverages, of which “Hoppin ‘High Ride” is the first variety to be launched, were conceived by the managing directors of Soma, a long-established large-scale artisan cannabis grower. As they explored new categories of consumables for growing craft cannabis, they naturally chose other long-term partners who are similarly committed to crafting on a large scale – BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, a 25-year craft brewer and winners of 38 Great Medals American Beer Festival.

Soma worked with two master brewers from BJ’s to create their traditionally styled, non-alcoholic craft brews. Alex Puchner, BJ’s original master brewer and current Senior Vice President of Brewing Operations, and Aaron Stueck, Director of R&D, applied their skills and experience to the challenge: removing the alcohol without adding to the freshness and complexity of the aromas in traditional craft brews affect. After two years of crafting, dealcoholizing, recrafting and testing, Soma’s Cannabis has infused ‘THCeer’s!’ ‘Hoppin’ High Ride ‘is ready for production.

“We selected Tinley’s to manufacture our first uniquely designed infusion product for launch in California,” said Eric Cernich, Soma CFO. “The Long Beach team has experience with both large format CPG beverages and craft brewing. They share our strong commitment to quality and have developed solutions that respect and protect the art and science behind these products. With Tinley’s we will bring authentic non-alcoholic craft brew experiences to the market that are fortified with THC and with no added preservatives, ”he added.

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“We are excited to be on our way to producing Soma’s ‘High Ride’ in Lakewood,” said Richard Gillis, President and COO, Tinley USA, Office of the CEO. “This innovative partnership between Soma and BJ’s unlocks several new capabilities in our facility, including closed intake and infusion, tunnel pasteurization to avoid extra preservatives, and tight control of product specifications – all to ensure consistent craft quality, THC potency and performance, and more generally Taste experience. “

About Soma Beverage Company, Inc.
Soma Beverages was founded by skilled growers of cannabis on a large scale. Soma is working to identify and develop partnerships that will drive scaled growth in new categories of consumable cannabis. Soma’s partnership with BJ’s to produce craft brewed infused drinks based on classic craft brew styles is soon to be palatable proof of Soma’s strategy.
For more information on Soma, see www.thceer.com, or contact Eric Cernich, CFO, Soma Beverage Company, at thceer@gmail.com.

About BJ’s Restaurants, Inc.
BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. (“BJ’s”) is a national brand with brewhouse roots in which craftsmanship plays a role. BJ’s wide menu offers something for everyone: slow-roasted starters such as Prime Rib, BJ’s EnLIGHTened Entrees® with Cherry Chipotle Glazed Salmon, characteristic deep dish pizza and the often imitated but never replicated world-famous Pizookie® dessert. A pioneer in the craft brewing world since 1996, BJ’s prides itself on serving BJ’s award-winning, proprietary handcrafted beers, brewed at its breweries in five states and by independent third-party manufacturers. The BJ’s experience features quality ingredients, bold flavors, moderate prices, genuine service, and a cool, modern atmosphere. Founded in 1978, BJ’s owns and operates 212 casual dining restaurants in 29 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey , New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. All restaurants offer dine-in, take-out, delivery service and catering for large parties.
For more information on BJ, see https://www.bjsrestaurants.com or contact Alex Puchner, SVP Brewing Operations, BJ Restaurants, Inc. at (714) 500-2400.

Via The Tinley Beverage Company and Beckett’s Tonics
The Tinley Beverage Company Inc. (CSE: TNY; OTC: TNYBF) manufactures the Beckett’s Classics ™ and Beckett’s 27 ™ lines of non-alcoholic, terpened spirits and cocktails. Beckett’s products are available at major grocery, beverage, and specialty retailers, as well as online in the United States, and in grocery and specialty stores in Canada. Cannabis-infused versions of these products are sold under the Tinley’s ™ brand in licensed pharmacies and home delivery services across California, with expansion into Canada underway. Tinley’s Long Beach, California facility houses some of the most versatile and technologically advanced cannabis-licensed beverage manufacturing facilities in the state, and provides proprietary branded manufacturing services for third-party brands. Please visit www.drinkbecketts.com, www.drinktinley.com, Twitter and Instagram (@drinktinleys and @drinkbecketts) for recipes, product information and home delivery options.

Forward-Looking Statements
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For more information please contact:

Tinley Beverage Company Inc.
Ted Zittel
(310) 507-9146
relations@drinktinley.com
Twitter: @drinktinleys and @drinkbecketts
Instagram: @drinktinleys and @drinkbecketts
www.drinktinley.com
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CEC Leisure raises $650 million by way of non-public notes providing and enters into $50 million revolving credit score facility

IRVING, Texas, April 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CEC Entertainment, LLC (“CEC Entertainment” or the “Company”), a nationally recognized leader in family entertainment and hospitality, today announced that it: a $ 650 million Offering its 6.750% Senior Secured Notes due 2026 (the “Notes”) and a new one $ 50 million revolving credit facility (the “Revolving Credit Facility”).

The Company used the proceeds of the Notes Offering to fully refinance its existing first and second maturity loans (including any applicable aggregate premiums), to pay fees and expenses related to the Offering and the Revolving Credit Facility, and to increase cash available for general corporate purposes.

“This refinancing gives CEC Entertainment more liquidity and more financial flexibility as we continue to recover from the COVID-hit business environment,” he said Jim Howell, CFO of CEC Entertainment. “The refinancing and the new revolving credit facility recognize the company’s strong family-friendly restaurant and entertainment brands and enable the company to achieve significant future growth.”

The Notes have been offered and sold only to and outside of persons believed to be qualified institutional buyers under Rule 144A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) The United States, only to non-US persons who comply with Regulation S of the Securities Act.

The bonds mature May 1, 2026Both the Notes and the Revolving Credit Facility are guaranteed on a senior basis by CEC Entertainment Holdings II, LLC, the Company’s parent company, and the Company’s existing and future domestic subsidiaries. The Notes and Guarantees are backed by overriding security interests over substantially all of the Company and the Guarantors’ existing and future assets, subject to certain exceptions and permitted mortgages, which are the same assets that secure the Revolving Credit Facility for a “Super Priority” ” -Base.

This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security and does not constitute an offer, solicitation or sale in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful.

about the company
CEC Entertainment, LLC is the nationally recognized leader in family entertainment and dining with Chuck E. Cheese, Peter Piper Pizza, and Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings brands. Chuck E. Cheese is where a million happy birthdays are celebrated every year. His goal is to create positive, lifelong memories for families through fun, food, and play. Here a child can be a child. Chuck E. Cheese is committed to creating a fun and safe environment and protecting families through industry-leading programs like Kid Check®. A strong advocate of his local communities, Chuck E. Cheese has donated more than $ 16 million to schools through its fundraising programs. Peter Piper Pizza offers food, entertainment and souvenirs with pizzeria flair in the neighborhood and the culture “Pizza freshly made, families happy”. Peter Piper Pizza prides itself on delivering quality food and fun that reconnects family and friends. With a bold design and contemporary layout, an open kitchen that reveals much of their handcrafted food preparation, the latest technology and games, and adult beer and wine, the Peter Piper pizza restaurants appeal to parents and children alike. The company and its franchisees operate a system of 558 Chuck E. Cheese and 114 Peter Piper Pizza locations, with locations in 47 states and 15 countries and territories. More information is available at chuckecheese.com and peterpiperpizza.com.

Media contact
Brian Bell
972-942-8540
[email protected]

SOURCE CEC Entertainment, Inc.

Domino’s Pizza elevating cash for Domino’s Village, housing facility at St. Jude

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – How would you feel if every box of pizza you bought helped a child with cancer? Help them keep families close together at a time that can be difficult.

Domino’s Pizza makes sure that they are doing something to help the families who are going through the challenging childhood cancer situation. The company is soon to offer housing on its Memphis campus to solve another problem.

“The first way people can raise funds is to just round up their checks,” said Steve Covey, development director for Domino’s Dream Team Pizza.

Every year Domino’s runs his “Thank you and give” Campaign for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

“You know, two cents here, 30 cents there,” said Covey. “Doesn’t seem like much at the time, but it adds up.”

Now the pizza chain is doing things differently and using the campaign year round to help build the Dominos village. Domino’s Village is used to give families the opportunity to stay close to their child for free. Families like Kris Myers-Trysla.

At seven months, Myers-Trysla’s son Clayton was confronted with a rare cancer diagnosis.

“They scanned him and he was diagnosed with a primitive neuroectodermal tumor,” she said. “Stage Four Brain Cancer.”

Her family had to get up and leave their Kansas home to move to Memphis to receive treatment for Clayton. At that time they were housed in the target house on the St. Jude campus.

“There are different apartments. There is the Tri Delta House, the Ronald McDonald House and then there is that Target house. The target house is intended for families who know that they will be there for more than three months. “

Finding Housing for Another Financial Hurdle St. Jude didn’t want families to worry about it.

“Cancer is expensive,” said Myers-Trysla. “Nobody can afford cancer. But for those families who would say: “I absolutely … I have no insurance, I cannot get my child treated”. I mean, it’s such a gift for so many people. “

This is where Domino’s Pizza comes in as, with your help, they prepare to begin building Dominos Village.

“Obviously, you must have loved ones around when your kids are in the hospital,” said Covey. “Domino’s Village will be a place where families can stay for free while their children are looked after. And that’s supposed to open in 2023. “

You can help a family and their child get through the tough battle against childhood cancer with every slice and piece of cheese at Domino’s to make sure no one sees a bill in St. Jude.

Across the country, one of Domino’s Pizza in Topeka took second place to raise the most money for St. Jude in 2020. In total, all of the stores in the US raised more than $ 13 million.

Cash for police coaching facility shifted to mental-health hospital in Prince George’s

The establishment at Lanham’s Doctors Community Medical Center will be a step towards eliminating long-standing disparities in access to psychiatric and behavioral health care across the county, Alsobrooks told a news conference.

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“In many cases we ask the police to carry out work for which they are not equipped or trained,” said Alsobrooks. “We will treat people with the dignity they deserve in facilities where they can actually be healed.”

Prince George’s, a Washington suburb of 909,000 residents, has only two acute inpatient psychiatric wards and far fewer per capita mental health providers than its neighbors, according to a recent assessment of the needs of the community prepared by the district government. The mostly black suburb also has fewer doctors and hospital beds per capita, according to information Status data.

More than half of Prince Georgians who were hospitalized for psychiatric care in 2019 had to leave the county to do so, officials said on Monday. Ernest L. Carter, the county health officer, said the construction of the new facility at Doctors marks the beginning of an era where more residents “can get help here in Prince George’s County.”

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“This is a great first step in creating a robust utility network,” said Carter. “We have to make it easier for every Prince Georgian to receive medical care where he lives.”

The first floor of the Lanham Mental Health facility is primarily dedicated to outpatient services, including a substance use disorder treatment program and a behavioral health clinic. An inpatient psychiatric ward with 16 beds would be housed on the second floor.

Earlier this month, Luminis Health, the parent company for physicians, filed an application with the Maryland Health Care Commission for a certificate of need for the second-floor unit, which must approve applications for the addition of new inpatient beds.

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This application is pending and the process may take years in some cases, as was the case with a new regional hospital in Largo that should be opened in June. Alsobrooks asked the state commission to approve the certificate of need, calling it “an urgent matter”.

“There have been structural health disparities in Prince George’s County for the past few decades and these should now be addressed,” she said, adding that Effects of the coronavirus pandemic highlighted the health needs and the relative lack of health infrastructure in the county.

The opening of the first floor of the facility is planned for December.

Alsobrooks said the diversion of funds from the police training facility to building the behavioral health facility reflected the community’s priorities. Prince George’s County Council approved the reassignment.

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A public safety facility is yet to be built, including an academy to train firefighters, said Alsobrook’s spokeswoman Gina Ford. The diversion, however, means no building is dedicated to police training. For now, the police will continue their training at headquarters.

As the county’s top prosecutor from 2010 to 2018, Alsobrooks said she learned that 70 percent of those arrested in Prince George were drunk and about 33 percent of prison inmates are taking medication for mental illness.

Deneen Richmond, president of Doctors, said the need for mental health services has “grown incredibly” since the pandemic began, and many people may not get the care they need.

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District council member Dannielle M. Glaros (D District 3), whose district the hospital is a part of and which has focused on tackling healthcare disparities, said she had been struggling for weeks to get an appointment with a local behavioral counselor for her daughter Girl needed help during the pandemic.

“Now she has a regular advisor, but not everyone can access it,” said Glaros. “We have urgent care and outpatient facilities for children and adults here. . . will really make sure people know they can get help. “

She and Richmond were among those who joined Alsobrooks for the groundbreaking ceremony, wearing hard hats and shoveling dirt to mark the start of construction.

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Luminis executives said the new facility will create about 100 new jobs, including for psychiatrists and nurses and behavioral therapists.

Bankers Life facility VP works to deliver key leisure to Indy – WISH-TV | Indianapolis Information | Indiana Climate

Celebrate women’s history

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The sports arena is often viewed as a male domain, but as the vice president for running facilities for Pacers Sports & EntertainmentMel Raines proves that it’s a women’s world as well.

In the past few years she has played a major role in some of the biggest sporting events in Indy. Raines has a long political background. From the Super Bowl to March Madness and helping Indianapolis win the bid for the 2024 NBA All-Star Game, Indiana can keep up, she says.

“I mean, we’re known as a great promoter and I think (what) we’re going to start in March is just another example of that,” said Raines. “No other city has hosted every game in the NCAA tournament, and we’re excited to be a big part of it here. We’ll probably have 16 games between the first and second round and the sweet 16. “

Raines is behind much of the work to make sure the city seizes opportunities. After a dozen years in politics, she was part of several political teams: former US Senator Dan Coats, former US Representative Susan Brooks, and former Vice President Dick Cheney.

“You know, politics was a great backdrop for that. There are a lot of parallels I would say. They know we work for an NBA team, but we work for the Simon family, ”said Raines.

In 1983, Simon and his brother Mel, who died in 2009, bought the Pacers. Herb continues to own the Pacers and is retired chairman of Indianapolis-based mall developer Simon Property Group.

“Working for an office, but you really work for a person or a family, and it was very much like working in politics. In politics things change every day and here things change every day. Even when we’re working in a non-COVID environment, we’re always making last-minute changes, ”said Raines.

Bankers Life Fieldhouse is in the middle of a $ 360 million renovation. Interior decoration is done on seating, concessions, and more. Ultimately, a pavilion extension and exterior improvements will be made. Raines is also one of the many who make sure that everything is taken care of.

“This town is made up of an army of volunteers, both young and some more experienced, who really get the whole engine going.”

Raines said it was a tough job and she was here to do it.

“You don’t have to be the smartest person in the room, but when you work the hardest you can do it really well.”

Raines said that with March Madness this month, Pacers Sports & Entertainment is constantly looking for improvement. In the meantime, it is preparing to host another number of major sporting events in the years to come. If the coronavirus pandemic allows, there are plans to make the All-Star Game in 2024 in a way the NBA has never had.