ChatBout - the CB Group eZine - April 2015

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The April 2015 issue of our ChatBout eZine. We have opened the Fellowship Hall Police Post; hosted our 'Give Love, Give Blood' drive; highlight our NUTRAMIX farmers and as always, have great recipes to share.


03 CB CHICKEN AT TOSS AND ROLL07 A NEW FACE IN FARMING14 OUR NEW SALES SUPPORT TEAMAPRIL EDITION . #17THE CB GROUP NEWSLETTERTable ofCONTENTS7 a new face in farming5 copperwood sausages: making a big splash3 cb chicken at toss and roll1 welcome11121824well wishes for mr. fosterfellowship hall police posta day in the life of davia graham and jason traceyplanning for pensionwelcome 1WELCOMEAs we start a new financial year, we must acknowledge and prepare for the challenges that lie ahead, but also give thanks for our successes. In this highly competitive environment, we continue to move from strength to strength, and have closed the 2014-2015 financial year on a high note.On behalf of the senior management team, I thank each and every member of our CB Group family for their dedication and commitment.I am also extremely proud that as we continue to work hard, and achieve in business, we remain committed as a Group to the communities in which we work, their development and that of Jamaica. In particular, I must note the recent opening of the Fellowship Hall Police Post, made possible by CB Group. As a company that truly believes in sustainable agriculture, it is only fitting that we contribute to the largely agricultural community of Fellowship Hall, St. Catherine, home of our own agro-campus, Imagination Farms.In March, the CB Group also hosted the second Give Love, Give Blood drive an initiative which is working to tackle the critical blood shortage facing the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS). Those whose circumstances allowed them to participate in this initiative deserve special acknowledgement for their demonstration of a self sacrificing spirit.As we go through the Easter Season and the rest of the year, lets work together to continue in this spirit, dedicating ourselves to our work and our fellow citizen, to build a better company and through it, Jamaica. Best Regards,Dr Velton Gooden Velton Gooden2Opened in May 2013, Toss & Roll Salad Bar provides healthy meal options for all those preparing for their carnival body, summer body or overall healthy lifestyle! Whats really cool is that your food is prepared right in front of you so you choose what you want to add to your delicious salad, sandwich or wrap. Our fave is the Honey Jerk Chicken Wrap. They also make refreshing green tea coolers in a variety of flavours, served with slices of hand-cut natural fruits which are good for diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. So if youre ever in the Hope Rode area, be sure to check them out. CB Chicken on the table Honey Jerk Chicken WrapIngredients: Honey Jerk CB Chicken, lettuce, tomato, bell pepper, jalapenos, cheese and lemon aioli dressing wrapped in a spinach wrap.Grilled Herb Chicken SandwichIngredients: Grilled CB Chicken, lettuce, onion, bell pepper, tomato, cucumber and cheese served in whole wheat sub bread.Honey Jerk Chicken SaladIngredients: Honey Jerk CB Chicken, lettuce, beet root, carrot, tomato and onionToss and Roll is located at 75 Hope Road in Kingston. They also deliver to the Kingston metropolitan area, which is great for those days when you just cant leave the office. We all have them. 3around the brand in 30 days cb chickenHoney Jerk Chicken WrapChef Tevin Riley shares 3 dishes made with CB Chicken Grilled Herb Chicken SandwichHoney Jerk Chicken SaladCustomer HighlightYour Brand on the Table:CB Chicken at Toss and Roll Toss and Roll - Salad Bar, 75 Hope Road, Kingston4around the brand in 30 days caribbean passionEaster Holiday is a time to reflect, relax, and for some, to revel. But most of all it is a time to get out of the kitchen and enjoy the season with family and friends. Our Hams are ready to eat whenever you are and is the perfect choice, any time of year.Whether youre having family over for dinner during Easter, heading to the beach and need to make a quick sandwich or need a quick bite in the morning after a night out. A fully cooked and ready to slice Caribbean Passion Ham is just what you need; simply, heat, slice and serve. A Caribbean Passion Ham Sandwich is perfect for a yummy meal in a hurry.After a soft launch at Mega Mart in December, 2014, weve rolled out the new Copperwood sausages in a big way island wide.Available in delicious Jerk, made with spur Tree Spices; Bacon (yes, Bacon!); and savoury Smoked flavours, these sausages are a must for any Pork Lovers shopping basket.In March, we were featured in the Food Section of the Gleaner, demonstrating how to deconstruct a sausage and experiment with delicious recipes like Mushrooms Stuffed with Copperwood Smoked Sausages, or Copperwood Jerk Sausage and Roasted Potato Salad. Stay tuned to upcoming ChatBouts for these great recipes. 5around the brand in 30 days copperwoodOur Premium Copperwood Sausages are making aBIG SPLASHFind them at: MegaMart (All Locations)CarihomeEmpire LiguaneaSovereign LiguaneaBrooklyn, Twin GatesBrooklyn, Clock TowerJohn R WongSupervalue, Mannings Hill Road LoshusanLees Food Fair The Pork Storearound the brand in 30 days smart eggs 6Smart Eggs sponsored the American international School of Kingston (AISK)Easter Egg Hunt & Fun Day which was held on Sunday, March 23rd. At 3 oclock sharp, kids and parents flocked the fun day to take advantage of the various activities that were being offered. The arts & crafts station provided by Smart Eggs allowed the kids to get creative by painting and decorating the eggs.We also hosted the Easter egg hunt where over 400 candy filled eggs were spread across the lawns of AISK and kids scrambled to scoop up as many as they could find. The Smart Cart was also on hand to make sure everyone was well fed, serving up our popular BELT (bacon, egg, lettuce, tomato) sandwiches. It was a great day for kids and parents alike!AISK Easter Egg Hunt & Fun DayOur NUTRAMIX Farmers:Deleen POWELLa new face in farmingDeleen and Tina Hamilton, Nutramix Brand Manager discuss her pigletsDeleen Powell is a very busy woman; she works full time in Kingston at the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), is pursuing her Masters Degree and she commutes every week to her pig farm in Braes River, St. Elizabeth. Deleen is definitely changing the face of farming.How does she find the time? As one of our newest contract farmers, you cant help but notice Deleens electric smile. A woman whos clearly not afraid of a challenge, Deleen is also grateful for the support from the NUTRAMIX team for her farm. Walking us through her lush green property, Deleen tells us that she purchased 4 impregnated gilts (female pigs) through NUTRAMIX in November 2014, and a few months later had a whopping 43 piglets. Though the farm is small, it is modern: the whole operation is off the grid, using solar energy and has a river and spring for water supply. Farming with Nutramix All of Deleens animals are fed NUTRAMIX feeds, which she says has helped yield a high survival rate for her piglets. She first met our NUTRAMIX sales team at the Denbigh Agricultural show, where she gathered information about getting the animals and feed all in one place. 7around the brand in 30 days nutramixDeleen Powell, off to a great start with her pig farm8around the brand in 30 days nutramixDeleen speaks highly of the Nutramix teams post sales support, which is now common knowledge across the farming industry and a component to her early success. The support from CB Group has been amazingthe fact that I can call Mr. Hunt at Newport Genetics and Andre Williams, my NUTRAMIX sales rep, it really is a great help to have the assistance. Its more than just a business relationship; they seem to genuinely care about the animals, their health, and our success.We went forward with Copperwood and NUTRAMIX because we can guarantee a market for the pigs; Newport Genetics had proper record keeping for the animals all the data we needed to make a sound investment. Our needs are even anticipated, I get calls to say did you think about X and I say to myself, oh wow no, I didnt even think about that, and I have received support from Dr. Gabrielle Young as well.Were happy to have you as a member of the Nutramix family Deleen. Welcome home!Deleen also grows sweet peppers, corn and other cash crops on her small farmIts more than just a business relationship; they seem to genuinely care about the animals, their health, and our OurCreating BondsCommunities10our community well wishes for mr. foster 11After 16 years of dedicated service as our as Credit and Collections Manager, the CB Group family wished Verley Foster the very best as he left us to enjoy the fun years in retirement. Mr Fosters closest and dearest colleagues came together at the Courtleigh Hotel in Kingston to break bread and wish him bon voyage. He says he is looking forward to spending more time with his beloved wife Viviana, and will be dearly missed by all those he worked with. Mr Foster who is known to be a kind and wise guiding hand, also remained with us as Ms. Deanne Whitley, our new Credit and Collections Manager became acclimated to her post, ensuring a smooth and seamless transition. Verley, thank you from the entire CB Group for your years of hard work and commitment. Pictures from top left: Deanne Whitley, incoming Credit and Collections Manager, Verley Foster, outgoing Credit and Collections Manager, Kareen Bryan, Credit and Collections Administrator, Francois Ayers, Accounts Clerk and Donalyn Morgan, Accounts Receivable Coordinator Toni-Ann Williams, Customer Care Specialist; Claudette Wynter, Regional Sales Manager (South); Admarian Davis-Myers, Sales Representative; Verley Foster, outgoing Credit and Collections Manager; Sharmika Lloyd; Customer Care Specialist; Karen Weir Customer Care Manager; and Customer Care Specialists, Yanique Simpson and Alicia McKenzie Chirstopher Stephenson, Financial Account, Pork; Amoree Wilson, Sales Accounting Manager, Verley Foster, outgoing Credit and Collections Manager; Andrea Adams, Group Financial Controller; Latoya Thompson, Financial Accountant, CB Foods; and Garth Channer, Chief Financial Officer Windford Reid, Office Attendant; Sharine Bonner Training Officer; Verley Foster, outgoing Credit and Collections Manager; Paulette Hollingsworth; Personnel Admin. Manager; Lester Johnson, Payroll Clerk. Susan Dixon, Sales Representative; Claudette Wynter, Regional Sales Manager; Verley Foster outgoing Credit and Collections Manager; Donna Clarke, Sales Representative; Admarian Davis Myers; Sales Representative Lori-Ann Lyn, Director, Verley Foster, Rose Miller, Administrative Assistant; Garth Channer, Chief Financial Officer; Fay Malcolm, Executive Assistant to the CEO. Verley Foster gives Deanne Whitley, our new Credit and Collections Manager best wishes and a hug of encouragement. Verley Foster receives a gift of appreciation on behalf of the CB Group from Director, Lori-Ann LynWell Wishes for Verley Fosterour community fellowship hall police post 12CB Group leads initiative to open Police Post in Fellowship Hall, St. CatherineWe recently led a team of donors to build a new Police Post in Fellowship Hall, St. Catherine.1624357our community fellowship hall police post 13The Police Post was built on property that is part of our own Imagination Farms agro-campus as a response to growing concerns by residents and farmers about threats to personal safety and continued theft of their livestock. Officially opened on March 18th by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), the entire project valued is valued at over $10.5 million. The post has all the modern comforts the Police will need and includes security and communication capabilities. CB Group also donated a Ford Ranger Pickup to the Police to help patrol the communities. We must thank our partners: Atelier-Vidal Ltd, Cool Connection Ltd, Digicel Jamaica Ltd, Hylton & Hylton, Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd, National Outdoor Advertising Ltd and Zoukie Trucking Services Ltd for their contributions to making this possible.Citizens that wish to contact the Fellowship Hall Police Post can do so at: 618-2404 and 618-2407.CAPTIONS:1. National Security Minister, Peter Bunting, CB Group Director Lori-Ann Lyn and Assistant Commissioner of Police, Derrick Knight cut the ribbon marking the official opening of the Fellowship Hall Police Post in St. Catherine.2. The Ford Ranger Pickup donated to the JCF by CB Group for servicing of the Fellowship Hall and Hill Run communities.3. Minister of National Security Peter Bunting speaks about the importance of public private-partnerships at the opening of the Fellowship Hall Police Post. 4. Matthew Lyn (centre), Chief Operating Officer of CB Group hands over the keys to a Ford Ranger Pickup to Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting (second left) as Assistant Commissioner of Police, Derrick Knight (left), Dr. Andrew Wheatley, Member of Parliament St. Catherine South Central (second right) and SSP Marlon Nesbeth (right) look on.5. Students of St. Catherine High School perform at the opening of the Fellowship Hall Police Post in St. Catherine.6. Students of the St. Jago High choir sing at the opening of the new Police Post 7. Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting (fourth from left), shares a photograph in front of the Police Post with project partners, from left: Vidal Dowding of architect and design firm Atelier Vidal Ltd; Kerri-Ann Mew of Hylton & Hylton attorneys at law; Racquel Williams of National Outdoor Advertising; Tishan Lee, Head of Marketing, JPS; Mark Haskins, CB Group CEO, Michelle Henry of Zoukie Trucking Services Ltd; Neil Hendrickson of Cool Connection Ltd; Michael Davis, Operations Manager St. Catherine, JPS; Ative Ennis, Head of Enterprise Solutions, Digicel; and CB Group Director, Lori-Ann Lyn.8. Minister of National Security, Peter Bunting shares a snap with some members of our Senior Management team, from left: Lori-Ann Lyn, Director; Dr. Keith Amiel, Corporate Affairs Manager; Mark Haskins, Chief Executive Officer; Audley Raymore, Head, Poultry Processing and IF Projects; Mathew Lyn, Chief Operating Officer; Garth Channer, Chief Financial Officer; Eaton Barrett, Divisional Manager, Live Production; and Hans Muller, Divisional Manager, Feed8our community our new sales support team 14Our New Sales Support TeamCB Group is excited to announce a new change to our CB Foods Sales and Marketing Team! In order to service our customers and consumers better and grow our fresh business, we are restructuring the way the company merchandises our products in the supermarkets and how we manage this function.The following changes were made in March: The Merchandising Team will now be called the Sales Support Team (SST) to better describe their complete job function. The title of Merchandiser has been changed to Sales Support Specialist. The SST will become part of the Marketing Team, which falls under Chief Operating Officer, Matthew Lyn. The SST will be directly supervised by Ryan Silvera, whose title will be changed to Trade and Events Coordinator and who will continue to report to Brand Manager CB Chicken and Bad Dawgs, Alicia BoguesMembers of the Sales Support Team gathered together in March for a strategy session about their new role and exciting new responsibilities.our community give love, give blood a success 15On Thursday March 5, 2015, we held our second annual blood drive: Give LOVE, Give Blood, at the Girl Guides Association of Jamaica in Kingston. Held in collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS), commonly known as the Blood Bank, the drive resulted in 77 people registering to donate, and 66 units of blood were collected. A huge thank you to all of our CB Group family members that were able to participate. Your donation will go a long way in helping to save lives. Many first time donors came out because they saw posts on social media and in the newspaper, and simply wanted to give back, including our 2014 CB Pan Chicken Championship Celebrity Chef Miss Jamaica Universe 2014 Kaci Fennell. We look forward to continuing to educate our staff and the greater public about the importance of voluntary blood donation. a success16CBBIGUPSMAY BIRTHDAYSAPRIL BIRTHDAYS8 Marcia Fearon 21 Texroy KellyAudeen Martin Sandra ReddenColecia Morrison 22 Michael Lawrence9 Delmaire Stultz Dujon Williams10 Jermaine Watson Tanesha Wallace11 Wenford Clarke 23 Donnette SmithAmos Bromfield Angelia White-McKenzie12 Admarian Davis-Myers 24 Garfield Branes13 Andre Williams Sharon Malcolm14 Errol Francis Camille BurnettDorothea Stewart Shannon GrayMichael Gibbs 25 Telly ElliotCollins Jacques 26 Juliet Rose-Marshall15 Clinton Rhule Bartlett Powell16 Anthony Barrett (Eaton) Paul MorganFelix Onumah 27 Harry Fearon18 Aileen Duncan Richard Innis19 Gregory Black 28 Andre RichardsColeen Stewart 29 Denham Morris20 Bernard Maitland 30 Donnette PatrickFitzroy Martin1 Desmond Smith2 Nicola Thomas3 Francine Stewart4 Sherica RidgeOneil Cooper5 Fitz ThomasArtnel McBean6 Tudie Simpson7 Flora-Lee GriffithsSTAFF ANNOUCEMENTSA very warm welcome to the newest members of the CB Family!NEW HIRESKevoy SimmsTechnical Sales RepNewport MillsMarch 2, 2015Trudi-Ann MuirQuality Assurance TechnicianCopperwood Farms, LuceaMarch 2, 2015 cb big ups birthdays & staff movements 17cb big ups a day in the life of davia graham and jason tracey 18A DayIn TheLife OfDavia GrahamANDJason Tracey Bad Dawg creates thousands of smiles and full bellies every week. We all know the trademark sizzle of the Bigga, Betta, Badda sausage on the grill but theres a lot of work behind the scenes in getting our carts to their daily locations, office parties, favourite night spots and biggest sessions around the island. Meet Davia Graham and Jason Tracey the people who make it happen. How long have you been working with the CB Group?Davia: 7 years. I joined CB, Monday, December 17, 2007Jason: I joined CB Group about five years ago. First with Carib Haulage as a Sales Driver and then I came over when Bad Dawg started 3 years ago. What section of the Group are you in and what is your role?Davia: Im in the Marketing Department, specifically I am Bad Dawg Sausages Sales (and Events) Coordinator. Jason: I am the Operations Coordinator for Bad Dawg Sausages.For you, what is the best part about working at CB? Davia: The experience I have gained being in all the departments I have worked in, this includes Customer Service, Purchasing and now Marketing. I feel like I have really seen so many angles of our business.Jason: Day to do operations and the events that we roll out Bad Dawg to. Also, the fact company operates as a family. Tell us about a typical day at work for you? From start to finish. Davia: Check and respond to my emails these usually relate to sponsor and event requests, persons inquiring about purchasing Bad Dawgs or becoming a cart operator. I then assist in getting the operators off to their sales locations, get (a lot of) paper work done daily reports and scheduling the carts, checking off weekly sales, keeping our inventories on track bread, cheese, condiments etc. A lot goes on behind the scenes.Jason: Basically, I do a check of the planned operations of the day locations, who is scheduled to work the carts, the quantity of product to be used etc. I then ensure each location is properly set up and has enough product. I make sure each cart operator is safe throughout the day gets home safely and that each locations account relates to their cash.What gets you through a hectic work day?Davia: Listening to some music really helps when Im stressed - maybe some oldies R&B and Im good to go. Jason: Just remembering what were coming from and where we are now that accomplishment that keeps me going to accomplish more.What is your favourite CB product? Davia: Smoked Chicken. Its already prepared and I love the flavour just warm and go.Jason: I love Copperwood Pork Im a pork lover overall and of course I have to big up my Brand Bad Dawg If you could be in another section of the group for a day, where would you go and why?Davia: Shipping and Logistics. I do some logistics now with our cart scheduling I think my skill set could lend well to it. Jason: Honestly, I would want to work at Imagination Farms I would love to operate some of the heavy machinery out there. Especially the big green machine they use to harvest sorghum. What has it been like seeing Bad Dawg grow from the beginning? Davia: We started as just one cart working in purchasing I was there when we purchased our first big cart, I processed the order that got it branded I mean to see it grow now and we have so many carts on the road, were at all these events and now on the shelves. Its great. Jason: Its been good to see the accomplishments of Bad Dawg Sausages from the team of us. It has been a great success and Im looking forward to seeing it even bigger. I really have to say its been a joyful experience. Name your favourite chicken/ pork dish?Davia: Jerk Chicken from Red Hills Road is my favourite, especially with two fat slices of National Hardough Bread and a whole heap of pepper. Jason: Curry is my thing so Curry Chicken and I also love Jerk Pork cb big ups a day in the life of the cb customer care team 19were at all these events and now on the shelves... Its Great!and tid-bits20Chinese Roast CB ChickenINGREDIENTS 1 (One) 4lb CB Whole Chicken, washed with vinegar 2 Tablespoons Chinese Five Spice or cup Five spice Marinade 2 Tablespoons Char Sui Sauce Teaspoon Black Pepper Teaspoon Salt Teaspoon Egg Powder (for colour)DIRECTIONS1. Place CB Chicken in a large bowl2. Reserve 1 tablespoon Char Sui Sauce to baste CB Chicken later3. Season chicken thoroughly with each ingredient, using egg powder last. Allow chicken to marinate for 2 to 3 hours4. Pre-heat oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes5. Remove CB Chicken from the oven, and working quickly baste with remaining Char Sui Sauce6. Return chicken to the oven and allow to bake for an additional 20 to 25 minutes or until desired colour is achieved7. Remove from oven and plate whole. Carve and Serverecipe corner chinese roast cb chicken 21Mussels and Shrimp in Jerk Sausage and White Wine Brothrecipe corner mussels and shrimp in jerk sausage and white wine broth 22INGREDIENTS 1 pack mussels of your choice 1 bag shrimp, raw, peeled and deveined 1 pack Copperwood Pork Jerk Sausage (casing removed and sliced) 1 cup fish stock or water 1 cup white wine 1 large tomato, deseeded and finely diced 1 medium-size onion, finely diced 2 cloves garlic, finely diced 2 tsp fresh fennel fronds (optional) 2 tsp fresh Dill fronds (optional) 1 tsp olive oil Salt, to taste Red Chili Flakes, to taste Fresh cracked black pepper, to tasteDIRECTIONS1. Heat a large shallow pan and add 1 tsp olive oil when hot.2. When oil starts to slightly smoke, add jerked sausage and let render for three minutes, constantly stirring.3. When juice from jerked sausage is visible, add tomatoes, onions and garlic.4. Let cook until onions are translucent. At this point, stir in the shrimp, add white wine and then fish stock.5. Pour in mussels and stir the mixture.6. Add all remaining ingredients.7. Cover and let steam for seven minutes (if using black mussels, when they open up, its ready).Chefs tip: Add one pint heavy cream, two tablespoons Parmesan cheese to broth and one pack of your favourite pasta, to make it a full meal.Serves 4-6Recipe Courtesy of Chef Christian Sweeneydid you know? 23Hot Cross BunsUNITED KINGDOMCapirotadaMEXICOEaster Lamb PieITALYNo British Easter would be complete without a hot cross bun, a sweet spiced bun marked with a cross that has been eaten for hundreds of years. Hot cross buns, traditionally eaten on Good Friday, are steeped in superstition. Sharing one of these sticky, fruity treats is meant to cement friendships, which is as good an excuse as any to bake a batch.Capirotada is a kind of spiced Mexican bread pudding filled with raisins, cinnamon, cloves and cheese that is popular during the Easter period. Its said that each ingredients carries a reminder of the suffering of Christ - the cloves being the nails on the cross, the cinnamon sticks the wooden cross and the bread the Body of Christ himself.These moist lamb pies are popular in Sicily, Italy during Easter celebrations. Lamb is the most traditional Italian Easter food. This tradition dates back to the Old Testament in which the Jewish population would eat an entire lamb on Easter day. For the Jews, the tradition of eating lamb on Easter symbolizes the sacrifice God made for Israel and its people before they left Egypt.Every country has that special Easter Time food. In Jamaica, it isnt Easter without a slice of Easter Bun and Cheese. These are a few Easter specialties from around the world.tid bits planning for pension 24Saving for Retirementmore than just a pension planIncreasingly financial advisors recommend you start saving for retirement the moment you start working. For those of us who havent been that far-sighted, getting started can be overwhelming. Some CB Group family members are off to the right start with our own CB Group Pension Plan or their own Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA); but for the average person, plans like these wont be enough to cover their needs after pensionable age. tid bits planning for pension 25Here are some simple recommendations to get started on saving for Retirement:1. Determine how you want to live in your retirement, how you save will determine your lifestyle later on. Setting a target, and working out how much you need to save is critical.2. Decide when you want to retire. This goal will likely shift, but it still needs to be set now.3. Plan for health care, and health-related emergencies rainy days come as a part of life.4. Save up to 20% of your income. Start with what you can afford and work towards this goal.5. Consider investing privately outside of your pension or IRA. This can be with private financial institutions, some of which may offer options with tax benefits, or think about investing in real estate or stocks.6. Think about a second career or post-retirement work plan. Many persons are happier keeping busy in retirement, whether part-time, full-time, or even volunteering. Doing paid work in retirement is a great way to boost your savings.The bottom line is, you are likely going to be around for a good, long time. Do your homework, figure out how much money you will need. Find something you want to do and whether its paying job, school, volunteering or a combination of all those things, and give it a test drive before you retire.If you have any questions about pension plan eligibility or how to start an IRA, contact your locations HR Coordinator or Adrienne Smith, Compensation & Benefits Officer in the Human Resources Department at our Group Office: CB Group staff in the question and answer session of the annual pension meetingA Sagicor Representative speaks to CB Group staff about types of pensionsTell Us What You Think!Were always looking for fresh ideas for the ChatBout. Send your thoughts and feedback to and help us make the ChatBout better than ever in 2015.Comments Please