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Visit Orlando unveils $2.2 million tourism marketing campaign

Visit Orlando has unveiled a $2.2 million marketing campaign called, “The Wonder Remains.” Instead of targeting visitors worldwide, the campaign is aimed at the southeastern United States, specifically states within driving distance of Florida. Click here to read the story at Discussion Questions: Who is Visit Orlando? Why is

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KRISPY KREME® Encourages Fans to Share a ‘Dough-Note’ This Valentine’s Day with New Heart-Filled Doughnut Collection

Valentine’s Day celebrates those who fill our hearts with sweet feelings. This year, at a time when many are apart from family and friends, Krispy Kreme is helping fans share love and appreciation for friends, neighbors, teachers, BFFs and others with heart-filled “Dough-Notes.” Krispy Kreme’s new “Dough-Notes” are a custom Valentine’s Day dozen box

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Best of Marketing Tweets 2020

Scrapped shoots, delayed launches, ever-shifting budgets, Zoom this, Zoom that. These challenges have really pushed marketers creatively, leading to some incredible work on Twitter. From epic watch parties to crucial campaign pivots, marketers brought all the feels and really got to the heart of what Twitter’s all about – connecting

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Volvo Steals the Playbook on Super Bowl Marketing

Coming into Super Bowl week, the Volvo marketing team is pulling off another trick play. The company has promised to give out $2 million of its Swedish machines if anyone scores a safety in the big ball game Sunday. Safety, of course, is the brand’s north star. The message is

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The High Cost of Chasing Netflix for NBCU and WarnerMedia

After two months of fielding criticism from some of Hollywood’s top filmmakers, WarnerMedia executives finally had something to crow about when AT&T CEO John Stankey revealed Jan. 27 that the much-maligned plan to release its films in theaters and on HBO Max had helped to double the streamer’s audience to

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