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KEVAN GOFF-PARKER COMMUNICATIONS • 2009 – PRESENT
Ongoing freelance communications services, including social media, community, and public-relations projects. Award-winning manager of corporate communications, marketing and community outreach.

KEVAN GOFF-PARKER COMMUNICATIONS • 2009 – PRESENT
Ongoing freelance communications services, including social media, community, and public-relations projects. Award-winning manager of corporate communications, marketing and community outreach.

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Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integr...
06/21/2021
Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project

Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project

Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project WASHINGTON—Today, Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF), in partnership with the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Envir...

Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integr...
06/16/2021
Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project

Press Release: Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project

Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund Launch the Scientific Integrity Reporting Project WASHINGTON—Today, Government Accountability Project and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF), in partnership with the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Envir...

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06/12/2021

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Need public relations or marketing services? Contact Kevan at 405-514-3972!
06/02/2021

Need public relations or marketing services? Contact Kevan at 405-514-3972!

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Great to know we get something great out all these years of experience!
05/11/2021
Emotions get better with age

Great to know we get something great out all these years of experience!

As people grow older, they gain greater control of their feelings. How do they do that — and can they teach young whippersnappers a thing or two?

05/04/2021
OETA’s Oklahoma News Report Story on Aircraft Towing Systems
04/10/2021
New Way to Taxi

OETA’s Oklahoma News Report Story on Aircraft Towing Systems

An Oklahoma City company says it’s developing a towing system that will revolutionize the way airplanes maneuver around airports. It's an automated taxi syst...

03/16/2021
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02/09/2021

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Danniel Parker Memorial Fund, organized by Joan Johnson
01/29/2021
Danniel Parker Memorial Fund, organized by Joan Johnson

Danniel Parker Memorial Fund, organized by Joan Johnson

My nephew, Danniel Parker, passed away unexpectedly. His parents, John and Kevan Parker, … Joan Johnson needs your support for Danniel Parker Memorial Fund

Aircraft Towing Systems
01/13/2021

Aircraft Towing Systems

CITADEL CONSTRUCTION NOW DIGGING AIRCRAFT TOWING SYSTEMS’ UNDERGROUND CHANNEL AT ARDMORE INDUSTRIAL AIRPARK

Citadel Construction is now moving tons of earth for Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide (ATS) as the comapny builds the prototype for the ATS test site at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Citadel Construction President Michael Shoemaker said he is working with several Oklahoma subcontractors as they build the ATS underground-channel project, including Eyestone Steel Er****on. Eyestone will erect, assemble and install the unique structural steel components imported from Poland, while 4G Concrete Inc. will provide cement, rebar, mesh and the other concrete-related materials needed to reinforce the poured-in-place concrete channel.

“The underground channel system will also be covered with specialized steel plates,” Shoemaker said. “We’re installing part of the world’s next great innovation for the airports of the future with the ATS electrically powered tug system. Move over Elon Musk, ATS is getting ready to make waves!”

ATS will use an electric-powered underground “pull car” and above-ground “tow dolly” that will run along the U-shaped channel to move aircraft to and from airport runways and gates without using the aircraft’s main jet engines.

“It is exciting to have a contract with Citadel Construction and their subcontractors because we are finally able to dig in the dirt to create the ATS underground channel,” ATS Vice President/CEO Vince Howie said. “Once complete and weather-permitting, our unique ATS channel will be used to test our aircraft towing system prototype this summer.”

ATS is the longtime dream of successful Polish businessman and entrepreneur, Stan Malicki, who is the ATS president. Howie said Malicki developed the ATS concept after learning a pilot friend was frustrated due to lengthy taxi times at airports and the subsequent needless burning of tons of aviation fuel.

“Fortunately, Oklahoma’s strong aerospace background and pro-aviation business environment was attractive to Stan when deciding where and when to incorporate ATS in 2016,” Howie said. “We worked together with the Oklahoma State University New Product Development Center (OSU NPDC) in Stillwater, Oklahoma, to design and develop our ATS system prototype. We have also brought in a host of experts to help create different parts of the system.

“After landing an aircraft, the pilot will taxi to the appropriate taxiway and drive the aircraft nose wheel onto the ATS ‘tow dolly’ where it is secured in place. Pilots can then shut off the aircraft’s main engines.”

He said the real beauty of ATS is lower-fuel costs, on-ground safety improvements (including fewer on-ground aircraft collisions) and the significant decrease of harmful emissions and noise pollution.

“Airlines and airports will benefit with increased operational capacity and prolonged engine and component life,” Howie said.

He said progress continues with the prototype’s “pull car” and “tow dolly,” including its hydraulic plumbing, wiring and software coding.

“We believe ATS will revolutionize the way airports operate around the world and will change the world one airport at a time,” Howie said.

Aircraft Towing Systems
01/13/2021

Aircraft Towing Systems

CITADEL CONSTRUCTION NOW DIGGING AIRCRAFT TOWING SYSTEMS’ UNDERGROUND CHANNEL AT ARDMORE INDUSTRIAL AIRPARK

Citadel Construction is now moving tons of earth for Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide (ATS) as the comapny builds the prototype for the ATS test site at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Citadel Construction President Michael Shoemaker said he is working with several Oklahoma subcontractors as they build the ATS underground-channel project, including Eyestone Steel Er****on. Eyestone will erect, assemble and install the unique structural steel components imported from Poland, while 4G Concrete Inc. will provide cement, rebar, mesh and the other concrete-related materials needed to reinforce the poured-in-place concrete channel.

“The underground channel system will also be covered with specialized steel plates,” Shoemaker said. “We’re installing part of the world’s next great innovation for the airports of the future with the ATS electrically powered tug system. Move over Elon Musk, ATS is getting ready to make waves!”

ATS will use an electric-powered underground “pull car” and above-ground “tow dolly” that will run along the U-shaped channel to move aircraft to and from airport runways and gates without using the aircraft’s main jet engines.

“It is exciting to have a contract with Citadel Construction and their subcontractors because we are finally able to dig in the dirt to create the ATS underground channel,” ATS Vice President/CEO Vince Howie said. “Once complete and weather-permitting, our unique ATS channel will be used to test our aircraft towing system prototype this summer.”

ATS is the longtime dream of successful Polish businessman and entrepreneur, Stan Malicki, who is the ATS president. Howie said Malicki developed the ATS concept after learning a pilot friend was frustrated due to lengthy taxi times at airports and the subsequent needless burning of tons of aviation fuel.

“Fortunately, Oklahoma’s strong aerospace background and pro-aviation business environment was attractive to Stan when deciding where and when to incorporate ATS in 2016,” Howie said. “We worked together with the Oklahoma State University New Product Development Center (OSU NPDC) in Stillwater, Oklahoma, to design and develop our ATS system prototype. We have also brought in a host of experts to help create different parts of the system.

“After landing an aircraft, the pilot will taxi to the appropriate taxiway and drive the aircraft nose wheel onto the ATS ‘tow dolly’ where it is secured in place. Pilots can then shut off the aircraft’s main engines.”

He said the real beauty of ATS is lower-fuel costs, on-ground safety improvements (including fewer on-ground aircraft collisions) and the significant decrease of harmful emissions and noise pollution.

“Airlines and airports will benefit with increased operational capacity and prolonged engine and component life,” Howie said.

He said progress continues with the prototype’s “pull car” and “tow dolly,” including its hydraulic plumbing, wiring and software coding.

“We believe ATS will revolutionize the way airports operate around the world and will change the world one airport at a time,” Howie said.

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Excited to be featured in the Oklahoma Dept. of Commerce's Pioneer publication!
01/05/2021

Excited to be featured in the Oklahoma Dept. of Commerce's Pioneer publication!

Featured in the Oklahoma Dept. of Commerce's December 2020 Pioneer Newsletter/Business:

Oklahoma Company Invents Automated Airport Taxi System

Oklahoma City-based ATS World Wide has invented an automated taxi system that could revolutionize airport operations. Their invention, which moves airplanes on and around an

Read More: https://www.okcommerce.gov/oklahoma-aerospace-ats-automatic-aircraft-taxi-control-solution/

March for Science
12/23/2020

March for Science

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12/05/2020

Today's update on Pilgrim ...

Aircraft Towing Systems
11/06/2020

Aircraft Towing Systems

Aircraft Towing Systems Leader Visits Tulsa’s Aberdeen Dynamics

Victor Bird, the recently retired director of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, joined longtime friend, Vince Howie, vice president/CEO of Aircraft Towing Systems (ATS) World Wide LLC, on Thursday night (Nov. 4) at Aberdeen Dynamics in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The pair admired the hydraulics work performed by Aberdeen Dynamics on the ATS prototype’s pull car. They also met with Marcin Szamborski, an ATS investor, and his friend, Dominick Punda. The Polish businessmen are in the U.S. to pick up a Cessna 172 Skyhawk in Wichita, Kansas, and they plan to fly the aircraft back to Poland.

The ATS system is designed to move aircraft around airports without the use of a jet engine. ATS has entered the prototype’s construction stage. Once complete, the prototype will feature an electric-powered pull car/tow dolly system designed to automatically transport aircraft at airports using an underground channel system. After a pilot lands, the aviator taxis and drives onto the pull car/tow dolly system.

Once the aircraft’s nose wheel is secured, the pilot can turn off the main engines, saving fuel costs for airlines and other air carriers, and significantly reducing carbon emissions over time.

The ATS system’s underground channel system will be pre-installed under the taxiway and airport gates. The overall process creates many benefits for airports, including a reduction in fumes (air pollution), adds significant fuel savings and increases overall efficiency.

Managed by airport tower operators, the system optimizes airport taxiway traffic and equipment in and around flight operations and creates a much safer environment for aircraft at airports.

For more information, contact Kevan Goff-Parker director, Corporate Communications,
Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide LLC.
405.514.3972
[email protected]

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Sorry to hear of Uncle Bens passing. It figures that Mary and I would be left out of the obit and not told the news. Hope all is going well with you.
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What a beautiful couple!! Miss you two!!