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High school Academic all-star has Particular Interest in Going Longboarding in Town

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Lewiston, Idaho, United States – Blain Acree, from Lewiston High school, holds more than one job. But he is super sincere with his classes too. If you cannot find him on the diamond or along with his books, then you can find the star shredding on the longboard across the town. With his longboarding gear, one can often spot him in the city.

He holds three jobs totally, where he works once a week at McDonalds, ashes trucks for Pepsi once a week and umps for little league baseball occasionally. Despite maintaining a tight schedule and working hard, he has scored a GPA of 3.8, and he has to get that for himself. He is really different from all stars as he gets involved in three jobs at a time. His parents’ focus has always been about hard work as he has bounced around with his mother from one place to another like from Spokane to the Tri-Cities and back.

However, his path of success was not much smooth, and he has made a lot of effort to gain the achievements. He is sure of attending the Lewis Clark College, but is yet to decide what field he wants to do his major in. Acree also thinks about helping people so that it can affect peoples’ lives positively. With this goal in life, he aims at having progress in future.

He is April last week’s CCI Speer academic star and currently, he wants to complete his senior year with a bang. His participation in baseball is going good with 4-4 in the league play.

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E-Commerce Newcomer Temu Seeks to Democratize Shopping

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Online marketplace Temu aims to redefine shopping and democratize access to affordable and high-quality global products and experiences for every American.

Americans are in for a new shopping experience with the arrival of Temu, a new online marketplace that offers fresh and exciting products across different categories for every lifestyle, hobby, or occasion.

With thousands of new products added daily, Temu will feature a wide range of products at competitive prices from fashion to jewelry, beauty and health, home décor and electronics, and more. Customers can browse a personalized selection of these categories from the app and checkout in a few taps. Exclusive deals, discounts, and vouchers are also widely available and updated daily across the platform.

Launched in September 2022, Temu is the latest addition to a host of successful e-commerce retailers such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, and Shein. With the mission of making global products more accessible, and with the challenging presence of an unprecedented economic slowdown in mind for its consumers, the cross-border e-commerce platform aims to empower buyers in their shopping choices, giving them more ways to improve their quality of life.

The shopping site makes its entry into the American market by positioning itself as every American’s go-to destination for all things shopping. Expanding consumer choice in a crowded e-commerce marketplace is among its top priorities. By democratizing high-quality shopping, Temu allows shoppers to enjoy affordable access to the comforts and conveniences of life. 

With only two weeks in operation, the e-commerce site is already being touted as a potential major competitor to e-commerce giants because of its affordable price points and easy, stress-free shopping experience. The Temu app topped the shopping app category on Sept. 17 on the Google Play Store, an early indication of its popularity with consumers.

By drawing on its extensive global supply chain and technology, Temu allows its customers to experience new and exciting products at a much lower price compared to other e-commerce platforms. All products are sourced from a network of top-notch global suppliers cultivated by Temu’s sister company, Pinduoduo. Both companies operate under Nasdaq-listed PDD, which has built up an e-commerce following of close to 900 million active buyers. Pinduoduo works with more than 11 million merchants globally and processed over 61 billion orders in 2021 alone.

“We are fortunate to have access to deep expertise in product sourcing and execution through our sister company,” a Temu spokesperson said in a release. “This stands us in good stead to deliver an unparalleled shopping experience to our customers.”

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