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Brown Bag

A lunch meeting. That is, a brown bag is a luncheon in which business or other pertinent matters are discussed. If a brown bag is catered, the company generally pays for it.
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6, the 30th anniversary Brown Bag Concert Series gets underway in Mechanics Hall with a performance by the Sarah McKenzie (Jazz) Quartet.
The Brown Bag Concerts provide our audiences with a high-quality musical interlude in our world renowned concert hall during the middle of the day at no cost,'' said Mechanics Hall executive director Robert M.
Mama's Brown Bags has provided quality products and service to their customers from their location in the Fremont neighborhood Seattle, Washington.
The new "Oscar Mayer Brown Bagging Barometer" -- a poll of over 1,000 Americans who brown bag regularly -- found that while nearly 70 percent of respondents report packing a lunch at least three times a week, almost half say they pack the same lunch several times a week.
2 percentage point decrease in persons having ER visits and a 1 percentage point decrease in persons having hospitalizations after members were mailed a simple brown bag with a set of instructions.
Health and nutrition concerns ranked second as a reason to brown bag, followed by convenience, taste, diet, quality, and environmental concerns.
We do Brown Bags at senior centers, community centers and senior apartment complexes,'' Williams said.
Both the webcast seminars and brown bags have been especially well received.
Game pieces were distributed at participating McDonald's restaurants on Super Size and large fry boxes, hash brown bags and large (32 oz.
Pick Your Prize Monopoly Game at McDonald's Official Game pieces are included on Large and Super Size(TM) drink cups; Medium, Large and Super Size Fry Boxes; Regular and Large Size McFlurry Cups; and Hash Brown Bags.
Accepting the awards on behalf of the powerful national poultry lobby and the USDA were three official looking representatives wearing brown bags over their heads.
Cover the seeds with soil then place the brown bag circle on top of the soil.