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August 15, 2017

Marketing to Commuters: How to Make it Count

Three ways to make meaningful connections with minimal time   Marketers have long recognized the value in marketing to commuters. That free cup of coffee or morning newspaper can do wonders to perk up awareness for brands. For those looking to forge a more meaningful connection, however, commuters pose a conundrum—how to engage them while...

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August 11, 2017

Giant Tick Head Breaks Through the Clutter at San Diego Comic-Con

It may be tough to cut through the clutter at San Diego Comic-Con, but a 20-foot-tall, blue tick head with animatronic antennae swinging in the breeze directly across from the San Diego Convention Center managed to do just that, and generate awareness for Amazon Prime Video’s new series called “The Tick,” as well. The Amazon...

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August 9, 2017

Kick up Your Heels With the Most Memorable Brand Activations at CMA Fest

When it comes to country music, it just doesn’t get much bigger than CMA Fest. It’s been called the Super Bowl of country music and compared to Mardi Gras. However you describe it, for four days in June, CMA’s hometown of Nashville becomes a country music mecca—a place where fans get their cowboy on as...

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August 7, 2017

Three Lessons in Launch Events From Perrier’s Pop-Up

Nestlé Waters’ Adaora Ugokwe, who handles activations for Perrier and S.Pellegrino, has some advice for event marketers looking to pull off a successful launch event. And she should know. The Perrier Flavor Studio, a pop-up event held in New York City July 12-16 to increase awareness for Perrier’s sparkling flavors and to launch two new...

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August 2, 2017

Why the Industry is Embracing the Tiny House Trend

Tiny houses are a big thing right now—the object of TV shows, lifestyle websites and magazine photo spreads. Their dimensions, ranging anywhere from 100- to less than 500-square-feet, have made them a popular choice among millennials, baby boomers or anyone looking to downsize and simplify. Often priced at less than $50,000, tiny houses also offer...

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