Arctic Zone


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Arctic Zone

[¦ärd·ik ¦zōn]
(geography)
The area north of the Arctic Circle (66°32′N).
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Expanding the resource base of the Arctic zone of Russia would do much to fill the nation's needs for hydrocarbon resources, aquatic biological resources, and other strategic raw materials.
We want retailers and consumers to understand--this is a whole new generation of cooler," said Susan Barrere, marketing manager, Outer Circle Products, which carries the Arctic Zone line of coolers and lunch kits.
Arctic Zone is a leading brand in the insulated products marketplace.
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Arctic Zone - the maker of those soft-pack coolers with convenient side pockets and adjustable shoulder straps - has covered just about every cooler need, from a day at the office or beach to big family outings.
Consumers are recognizing these products are very versatile," notes Susan Barrere, marketing manager for Outer Circle Products, makers of Arctic Zone soft-sided coolers.
Her years of sales experience with Arctic Zone and ACCO Brands demonstrated her ability to build an effective sales team focused on building strong partnerships with retail customers.
Makers of Arctic Zone ``lifestyle gear'' are riding the wave.
Available in a variety of this season's hottest colors, the Arctic Zone Lunch Bag Plus comes complete with a crush-proof bottom compartment, sure to keep your lunch fresh all day.
com will carry these and other name brand lines for its shoppers: Bose Stereo Systems and Speakers, Grundig High Performance Radios, Phonemate answering machines, Black & Decker Appliances and Power Tools, Bulova Clocks and Watches, Chantal Cookware, Oneida Silver and Crystal, Whirlpool Appliances, Delta Woodworking Tools, Denver Buffalo Company Foods, Arctic Zone Insulated Coolers, Buck Knives, Char-Broil Gas Grills, Emory Bicycles, Huffy Bicycles, Olympus Cameras, Samsonite Luggage, Remington Shavers, and Timberline Fleece Wear.
Furthermore, both sides would have the right to secure militarily their Arctic zones.
Zooming InPrevious climate change research shows that Arctic zones have a lot more carbon locked away than other regions.