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Grad spotlight John Zoccoli

John Zoccoli: Lifetime Brock Stakeholder, Tim Hortons FranchiseeThe Brock PressWritten by John Matisz (BA ’10), @MatiszJohnPublished 3/29/11A list of accolades which begin with a first-class Honours Bachelor of Administration (Co-op) degree from Brock University is likely to be lengthy. John Zoccoli, the owner of said education has been a franchisee of two local Tim Horton’s since 2002 – and it does not end there.Visit brockpress.com for the rest of the story. John Zoccoli (BAdmin ’86)John Zoccoli (BAdmin ’86), Brock University’s 2008 Faculty of Business Distinguished Graduate and successful Tim Hortons franchisee, was recently featured in the Brock Press article “John Zoccoli: Lifetime Brock stakeholder, Timmies franchisee”.A native of the Niagara region, Zoccoli graduated with first class honours in 1986 with an Honours Bachelor of Administration degree (co-op program). Zoccoli began his career as an accountant for Dunwoody & Company Chartered Accountants but soon found himself returning to Brock University where he spent the next fourteen years in key administrative positions on campus.Zoccoli is currently a franchisee of Tim Hortons, overseeing administrative and financial functions for his family-run operation of eight Tim Horton’s stores in the Niagara region. read more

WWCH 2013 in Serbia – SCHEDULE

serbia 2013WWCH 2013 Group A ( Belgrade)December 7Montenegro , South Korea 14:45France – Congo 17:00Netherlands , Dominican Republic 19:15December 8South Korea , the Netherlands 16:00Congo – Montenegro 18:15Dominican Republic – France 20:3010 DecemberSouth Korea – DR Congo 16:00Montenegro – Dominican Republic 18:15Netherlands – France 20:30December 11Dominican Rep , South Korea 16:00Netherlands – Congo 18:15France and Montenegro 20:3013 DecemberCongo , Dominican Republic 16:15France , South Korea 18:30Montenegro – Netherlands 20:45Group B (NIS)December 6Serbia – Japan 18:00December 7Brazil – Algeria 18:00Denmark – China 20:15December 8China – Brazil 15:45Algeria – Serbia 18:00Japan- Denmark 20:1510 DecemberChina – Japan 15:45Brazil , Serbia 18:00Denmark Algeria 20:1511 DECEMBERBrazil – Japan 15:45Algeria – China 18:00Serbia and Denmark 20:1513 DecemberJapan , Algeria 15:45Serbia – China 18:00Denmark – Brazil 20:15Group C ( Zrenjanin)December 7Angola – Argentina 15:45Poland – Paraguay 18:00Norway – Spain 20:159 DecemberParaguay , Angola 15:45Spain – Poland 18:00Argentina – Norway 20:1510 DecemberPoland – Angola 15:45Spain – Argentina 18:00Norway – Paraguay 20:1512 DECEMBERParaguay – Spain 15:45Poland – Argentina 18:00Angola , Norway 20:1513 DecemberArgentina – Paraguay 15:45Angola – Spain 18:00Norway Poland 20:15Group D ( Novi Sad)December 7Hungary – Czech Republic 14:45Germany – Australia 17:00Romania – Tunisia 19:159 DecemberTunis – Hungary 14:45Czech Republic – Germany 17:00Australia – Romania 19:1510 DecemberCzech Republic Tunisia 14:45Germany – Romania 17:00Hungary – Australia 19:1512 DecemberAustralia – Czech Republic 14:45Germany – Tunisia 17:00Romania – Hungary 19:1513 DecemberTunis – Australia 14:45Hungary – Germany 17:00Romania – Czech Republic 19:15TOP 16 ( Belgrade and Novi Sad ) DECEMBER 15 and 161/4 FINALS ( Belgrade and Novi Sad ) DECEMBER 18SEMIFINALS – December 20FINAL  DAY – DECEMBER 22 ← Previous Story BSV Silkeborg sack coach Claus Uhrenholt Next Story → BM Valladolid to sign Serbian left back Milos Pesic read more