Henry Vinson is a Marketing / Advertising Pro and Commercial Pilot
Henry Vinson is a Commercial Pilot with airplane single-engine, airplane multi-engine, airplane instrument, rotorcraft, certified flight instructor airplane, certified flight instructor rotorcraft ratings. He has 25 years of aviation experience with over 10,000 flight hours in fixed wing aircraft and helicopters.
Henry Vinson is a graduate of the West Virginia University Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism. He graduated Summa Cum laude with a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications. Henry has over twenty years of experience launching, rebranding, and driving revenue in small business operations. A Particular area of expertise for Henry is performance-based marketing. He has created and managed programs on a risk-and gain-sharing model. As an experienced Integrated Marketing Communications Consultant, he provides strategies to generate positive publicity and media relations services. He is experienced in media relations training, publicity and promotion, and cause-related marketing, and public relations. He has experience in media analysis, content development, case studies, background and press releases, trade show planning and management.
Henry Vinson is a member of the American Communications Association (ACA), Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), Airplane Owner and Pilot Association (AOPA), American Marketing Association (AMA), Public Relations Society of America, and National Gay Pilots Associations (NGPA).
Mingo County Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury and County Commissioner David Baisden have been arrested on separate federal criminal charges, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today. Thornsbury is charged with conspiring to have a romantic rival illegally arrested and manipulating a state grand jury to pursue criminal charges against the same romantic rival. Baisden is charged with using his office to illegally extort a discount from a Mingo County tire store. The charges against the officials are separate and were revealed in two different federal grand jury indictments unsealed today. This press release reflects allegations made in those indictments. County Commissioner David Baisden is charged with attempted extortion against Appalachian Tire. According to the indictment against him, in June 2009, Baisden demanded that Appalachian Tire sell him a set of tires for his personal automobile at a special discounted price available only for government vehicles. When Appalachian Tire refused, Baisden threatened to cut off Appalachian’s county business if he did not get the discount. At the time, Baisden was the Mingo County Commission’s purchasing ageent, giving him authority to choose where the county bought tires, and the commission bought thousands of dollars’ worth of tires from Appalachian every year. Despite the threat, Appalachian refused to give Baisden the special price he demanded. In retaliation, Baisden terminated the commission’s business relationship with Appalachian Tire and switched to a different tire supplier. Since June 2009, Appalachian Tire has lost tens of thousands of dollars in business as a result of Baisden’s prisal. Baisden, 66, has been a member of the Mingo County Commission since 2009. Prior to his election as a county commissioner, he was Mingo County’s assessor. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the West Virginia State Police are conducting the investigation.Counsel to the United States Attorney Steven Ruby is in charge of the prosecution. An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Williamson is located in Mingo County, West Virginia. Since 2012, three D.C. Council members have pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges. Federal prosecutors have also probed in to Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s 2010 campaign. A look at the investigations and where they stand. He thought were businessmen seeking D.C. government contracting preferences. In a deal worked out with federal prosecutors, Brown agreed to serve up to three years and one month in prison for accepting bribes. In June 2012, Washington post, Washington times, confessions of a dc madame, voxfux, George bush, craig spence