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A gargantuan iPod Touch billboard disappeared from its scaffolding in Boston this week.
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This week the internet is going crazy about birds. The National Audubon Society released a 7-year study on climate change’s effects on bird population and people are listening.
ESPN Deportes launched a new campaign for its Dominican winter baseball season.
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Two-word billboard slogans seemed like the best way to tell them that this “Magnificent Mouthful” is “Within Reach.” What more could you want from a “Dinner Winner?”
Adweek “Unmask the Truth” raises awareness of American sparkling wine producers who incorrectly label their products as “champagne.”
Consumers won’t just be scouting gifts for friends and family come Black Friday.
The Coca-Cola Company has re-designed the packaging for its portfolio of global juice brands
Incentive Magazine Maritz hopes that cash and non-cash rewards can get along.
Marriott is showcasing its colorful clientele in a new advertising campaign.
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Even during a recession employers don’t back down on employee health benefits
Instead of striving for record-breaking DVD sales, Twentieth Century Fox decided it would be more cost-efficient to break a record by building the tallest ice sculpture.
Volkswagen is promoting its 2010 GTI vehicle by putting consumers behind the wheel of a new iPhone application.
The “éne•bé•a” campaign will highlight the NBA’s Latino players.
In time for Halloween, the Jelly Belly Candy Company has launched a line of gift candies that will both trick and treat.
Successful Meetings Hyatt thinks it’s time to return to face-to-face social interaction.
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Finally, there’s hope for those living in dark, damp, technology-deprived caves.
Incentive Magazine Americans will be working farther into retirement age than before
Adweek Faiith Hill Parfums is sniffing out consumers with a series of Webisodes,
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According to a survey by job search service Accountemps of 455 part-time or full-time employees, the amount of time staffers plan to shop online while on the clock decreased to an average of 1.9 hours a week.