Posts tagged ‘culture’

Tourism Officials Tout Brevard’s “Hidden Gems”

Written by Dave Berman FLORIDA TODAY Local tourism leaders are poised to unveil a new strategy to boost their industry — promoting what they are calling the “Hidden Gems of the Space Coast.” The campaign, which has been… Continue reading…

Madison Avenue Quality without the Overhead and Drama.

Samuel Havelock Jr has endorsed your work at Brandt Ronat & Co.. Details of the Recommendation: “As a founder of an Aerospace start-up firm, I received a recommendation to seek out Ryan and Linda specifically, and the firm Brandt Ronat + Co. from a venture capitalist I was working with. I remember the comment “Madison… Continue reading…

Research on Perceptions about Gifts, Extras, Bonus Offers…

MORE ISN’T ALWAYS BETTER PROVES THE RESEARCH IN THIS STUDY … A MUST READ FOR RETAILERS, HOTELIERS & GIFT-GIVERS EVERYWHERE. Through many research scenarios with different premises, the answer remains surprisingly the same: Pairing valuable offers with minimally worthwhile extras may not be your best path. It may seem like sweetening the deal is simply a good… Continue reading…

The Full Monty at Melbourne Civic Theatre

Linda and I attended a performance of THE FULL MONTY at Melbourne Civic Theatre last weekend. It was extremely well done and we recommend it highly. There is some adult language and naturally there is some skin on display (it is a play about guys stripping, after all), but don’t let that deter you. MCT… Continue reading…

Found Love

Guerrilla Sunshine-Spreading The ‘I Love You’ Project On a most recent jaunt at www.trendhunter.com, i found some love…. “Feeling in need of some love and kindness? Write “I Love You” on a piece of paper and make as many rip and tear bits at the bottom as you can fit onto the page. Then… Continue reading…

Honoring Imagination

SOMETHING WONDERFUL HAPPENED RECENTLY WHICH SUPPORTS THE VERY CORE OF CHILDHOOD AND ENCOURAGES THE CREATIVE KID IN ALL OF US. Honored by the Strong Museum of Play, Rochester, N.Y., and inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame, was a singularly imaginative toy, a time-honored plaything that speeds imagination on many flights across the breadth… Continue reading…

Yes We Can

YES WE CAN MAKE GRAPHICS. YES WE CAN MAKE POSTERS. YES WE CAN SEND A MESSAGE. YES WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. IT’S BEEN DONE BEFORE. As America faces one of the hardest economic times in recent history, advertisers must change the voice of their brand. ‘Excess’ and ‘bling’ are no longer cool. The new… Continue reading…

Most def! Hi-def Holograms

WHEN I WAS AROUND SEVEN YEARS OLD, I clearly remember telling my mom how cool it would be if TV was projected into our living room with a total 3-D viewing of the entire scene. I mean, how true to life could it be, the experience itself, to have actual size actors standing there in… Continue reading…

A Giant, a Fairey and Obama walk into a bar…

ACCORDING TO A POST ON WWW.DESIGNOBSERVER.COM, BARACK OBAMA DID NOT ORIGINALLY LIKE HIS LOGO—a sun rising over a field in the shape of an O, symbolizing hope and opportunity—because he thought it looked too polished and corporate. Not to worry, Obama, there is an underground Fairey spreading HOPE and keeping things real. The Giant… Continue reading…

 
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