The Elgin automobile was manufactured by Elgin Motor Car Corporation in Argo, Illinois from 1916 to 1923, and by Elgin Motors, Inc. in Indianapolis from 1923 to 1924.
Elgin Motor Car Corporation was formed in 1916 by several executives from the Elgin Watch Company. The company was based on the former New Era Motor Car Company of Joliet. Upon being taken over, the erstwhile company was moved in its entirety to Elgin, where the new company had a 210,000 square foot factory waiting on 13 acres. This would allow room for future expansion.
The Elgin achieved success in the Midwest endurance races in which it was entered. Advertising slogans included "The Car of the Hour" and "Built Like A Watch", alluding to the roots of the founders.
Dividends of 10% paid in stock in July 1916 and cash dividends of 5% in July 1920 proved so popular with stockholders that stockholder meetings had to be held in a tent. Sales of over $7 million in 1920 made that year the company's best ever. The recession of the early 1920s damaged the company, as it did so many other U.S. auto firms of the time. The company issued $500,000 in bonds to pay off loans and for working capital. Elgin Motors, Inc. was formed by stockholders in June 1923. J.H. McDuffee, formerly of Willys-Overland and Cole, was chosen as president and general manager. It was at this time that the firm was relocated to Indianapolis. The company moved into the former home of Federal Motor Works. By June of the next year, the company was already bankrupt, ending the marque as a whole.
The first single off the album was "What Could Have Been", released in October 2010. "Heaven" was the second official single. Ginuwine filmed two promo music videos for "Break" and "Drink of Choice". "Body" was the third single from the album.
"Low" is the debut single by American rapper Flo Rida, featured on his debut studio album Mail on Sunday and also featured on the soundtrack to the 2008 film Step Up 2: The Streets. The song features fellow American rapper T-Pain and was co-written with T-Pain. There is also a remix in which the hook is sung by Flo Rida rather than T-Pain. An official remix was made which features Pitbull and T-Pain. With its catchy, up-tempo and club-oriented Southern hip hop rhythms, the song peaked at the summit of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
The song was a massive success worldwide and was the longest running number-one single of 2008 in the United States. With over 6 million digital downloads, it has been certified 7× Platinum by the RIAA, and was the most downloaded single of the 2000s decade, measured by paid digital downloads. The song was named 3rd on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs of the Decade. "Low" spent ten consecutive weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100, the longest-running number-one single of 2008.
The album experienced a significant amount of commercial success and sales for a hip hop record at the time, earning U.S. Billboard chart success and selling over 500,000 copies within its first five months of release. On April 19, 1989, Radio was certified platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), following sales in excess of one million copies in the United States. Initial criticism of the album was generally positive, as LL Cool J's lyricism and Rick Rubin's production were praised by several music critics. It has since been recognized by critics as LL Cool J's greatest work.
Radioactive covers many different styles of hip hop fusions, being alternative hip hop as principal musical genre. Hardcore hip hop is represented on the tracks "Radioactive Introduction", "Throw It Up", "Get Away", and "Slumerican Shitizen". A horrorcore rap style is used in "Growin' Up in the Gutter", whereas "Hard White (Up in the Club)" is a crunk party track. "Let's Roll", "Write Your Name", and "Radio" follow a pop rap style, with catchy hooks and beats. "Animal" is a fast-paced hip hop party track with a dubstep influenced beat. "Good Girl" utilizes an R&B-tinged feel, while "The Hardest Love Song in the World" is a g-funk hip hop track. Yelawolf covers a variety of lyrical themes in these album, from gangsta rap lyrics in "Get Away" and "Throw It Up", to more conscious and slightly political tracks such as "Made in the USA", "Slumerican Shitizen", "Write Your Name", and "The Last Song". "Radio" is about the internet taking over how music and music videos are received by fans. It also refers to radio stations playing the same songs constantly and singers being discovered via the internet. The song contains several references to rock and rap artists and their songs from the past. The album's final track, titled "The Last Song" described as very personal about Yelawolf's life, and it's a very emotional final letter to his absent biological father and talks about other past struggles.
All games Friday, unless noted. Brenham Cubs (10-5A DII) at Bryan Vikings (12-6A). Time. 7.30 p.m. Thus far. Brenham 1-1 ... Bryan 1-1 ... Radio ... Time ... Radio ... at ElginWildcats (11-5A DII) ... Elgin by 4. Radio ... Elgin was 7-4 last year, its first winning season since 2014 ... Rudder won 51-0 two years ago when Elgin was 0-10 ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio ... Radio.
From 1971 until 1999 he worked for WGN on television and radio ... He was hired as an engineer for the radio station WRNM in Elgin in 1951 but wasn’t given an on-air slot because management “was afraid people wouldn’t listen because he was Black,” Keith Brown said ... He left the Elgin station to start WYNR, a rock station in Chicago.
Radio... Radio ... Radio ... University (3-3, 2-0) at Elgin (5-2, 2-1). Radio ... The University Trojans are looking to go 3-0 in district this week as they head out to face Elgin ... Elgin QB Nathen Lewis leads the Wildcats on the ground with an average of 69.1 yards per game and can also put it in the air with an average of 132.9 passing yards per game ... Radio.
ElginPolice ChiefAnaLalley explained on her weekly radio show Friday why a large and lengthy police response to a man who was threatening people with a knife did not qualify as a situation for the wider community to be concerned about this week ... .
SHELBY – Local attorney Jonathon “J.C.” Elgin has opened his primary office location in downtown Shelby... Elgin. At some point in the 1940’s and 1950’s, Swan Cleaners and Premar Sound & TV, Radio and TV repairers occupied the building ... Attorney Elgin will maintain is Ontario office in addition to the main office in Shelby.
ElginPolice ChiefAnaLalley used her weekly radio show to go more in-depth on her explanation of why she is opposing a citizen task force recommendation that would ban some non-moving violation traffic stops ... .
What made this concert unusual was the fact that the performers were in Norfolk, and the audience not only included people in Elgin, but others scattered around NortheastNebraska who had devices that could receive radio signals. The school children from Elgin sharing their music were crammed into WJAG’s radio station back in Norfolk.