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Possible Answers: CADS.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 23 Jul 2018, Monday
Random information on the term “Rogues”:
Rogue Ales is a brewery founded in 1988 in Ashland, Oregon, United States. The following year the company opened their second brewpub in Newport, Oregon where they are now headquartered. They operate brewpubs in Oregon, Washington, and California. Rogue exports throughout the US and internationally.
The company has also expanded into distilling as well, with micro distilleries in Newport and Portland.
Rogue Ales was founded in Ashland, Oregon in 1988 by three Nike, Inc. executives: Jack Joyce, Rob Strasser, and Bob Woodell. The company relocated to Newport in 1989 and opened its flagship brew pub on the town’s waterfront. The first brewery was developed in partnership with Mohava “Mo” Niemi, the founder of Mo’s Restaurants.
Rogue has sponsored the annual surfing event “The Gathering Longboard Classic” on Newport’s South Beach.
Rogue has repeatedly come under fire for union-busting tactics at their Newport brewery, and are well-known throughout the region for paying their employees low wages. The company once advertised for hiring an IT manager while saying “We’ll work your behind off yet this is not a $50k+ position. If you need that kind of money, PLEASE don’t apply, as that’ll waste a lot of time. You will not convince us.” Rogue’s Eugene Public House and Track Town Brewery was shut down in 2014 with a similar reputation. “The atmosphere combined with Rogue’s cheapskate management tactics to finally wear away the glossy veneer of rebellion that enchanted locals, tourists, and brewers alike,” said the editor of Northwest Brewing News in a report about the closing of the facility. Rogue reportedly refused to let the brewers have an assistant, and some brewers were forced to carry heavy loads and even spend their own money to make the brew they wanted to produce while working within the company’s dollar-per-keg budget limits. When asked about complaints from employees and ex-employees about the company’s business practices in an interview in July 2015, company president Brett Joyce (the son of Jack Joyce), said “The key terms are ‘ex-employees’ and ‘disgruntled employees’. These are people that obviously have an ax to grind for whatever sets of reasons and I don’t spend a lot of time figuring out who they are and what their issues were.”
Random information on the term “CADS”:
The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) is a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to “assisting individuals with a disability to lead richer and fuller lives through active participation in recreational and competitive snow skiing and snowboarding.” Disabled skiing can also be referred to as para-alpine skiing or adaptive skiing. CADS is the national level organization comprising 11 divisions — one for each of 10 provinces and one for the National Capital Region. In 2006, there were more than 3,000 members committed to the idea that “Skiing is for Everyone and Everyone can Ski!”
Skiers who wish to pursue training in the field of adaptive skiing are encouraged to follow general ski instruction certifications from the Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance beforehand. CADS welcomes both fully able and disabled skiers to its training programs and short certification clinics.