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Senior reporter Tanya Gazdik covers automotive, sports, entertainment and pets for MediaPost's "Marketing Daily." She previously was the deputy editor of MediaPost, animal welfare reporter at "The (Toledo) Blade," Detroit bureau chief of "Adweek" and associate editor at "Ward's Automotive Reports" and "Ward's AutoWorld."

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  • NYC Stores Delight Shoppers With Holiday Window Displays in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/17/2017

    The holiday season in New York City always includes a little magic, starting with a trip to ogle the fancifully decorated windows at some of the city's iconic department store. This year's holiday windows offer a mix of tradition with technology. The tradition of decorating store windows for the holidays dates back to the early 1870's when Macy's department store started dressing its windows for the Christmas season.

  • Victoria's Secret Partners With Balmain For Punk Rock Line in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/17/2017

    The first look at Victoria's Secret much-anticipated collaboration with Balmain is here, so cue the resurgence of plaid, mesh, and copious safety pins. Victoria's Secret x Balmain will debut at the V.S. Fashion Show on Nov. 28 and be available online and in stores the next day. The line ranges in price from around $28 (for a strappy hipster brief) to around $248 (for a Swarovski crystal-embellished, longline balconette bra).

  • Rhode Island Among Safest States For Thanksgiving Travel in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/17/2017

    Around 48.7 million Americans will travel this Thanksgiving, and 89% of those travelers will drive to their destination. An analysis of fatal crash data over three years from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveals Thanksgiving travel is risky-but not as risky as you might think. The safest states for Thanksgiving travel are Rhode Island, Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii and New Hampshire.

  • The Hartford Unveils Paralympic Push For '18 Games in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/17/2017

    Insurance firm The Hartford, which has been an official partner with the USOC and Paralympics since 2003, is launching a multi-media campaign to support the '18 Paralympics in March in South Korea. It focuses on members of Team Hartford, who are all vying for spots in the Paralympic Games and all examples of people who have the "will to prevail," overcoming odds and facing challenges to reach their goals.

  • Whole Foods Market Cuts Prices Again in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/17/2017

    Whole Foods Market is making another round of price cuts - just in time for Thanksgiving. The natural foods grocer and Amazon once again lowered prices at Whole Foods stores, but this time they are targeting the chain's best-selling grocery items and holiday staples, including organic and no-antibiotic turkeys. Amazon is also rewarding Prime customers with additional discounts on these holiday birds, according to the companies.

  • Tesla Surprises With A Roadster At Semi Event in Marketing Daily on 11/17/2017

    "Very few brands have the ability to emotionally connect with consumers quite like Tesla, says Edmunds Executive Director of Industry Analysis Jessica Caldwell.

  • Genesis Uses Branded Content Via TEN To Launch G80 Sport in Marketing Daily on 11/16/2017

    "TEN's enthusiasts are especially influential and make between four and six make/model recommendations a year," Genesis' Kate Fabian tells "Marketing Daily."

  • Subaru Continues To 'Share The Love' in Marketing Daily on 11/16/2017

    Over the last 10 years, Subaru has donated more than $94 million to its local and national charity partners, including the ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals on Wheels America, and the National Park Foundation.

  • YouTube Partners With Ticketmaster in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/16/2017

    YouTube has partnered with Ticketmaster, making it possible for artists to include upcoming concert tour dates within their music videos. In addition to concert dates, a link will be available so anyone watching a music video can click through to the artist's Ticketmaster concert page to purchase tickets. YouTube says it is launching this new feature only for shows in North America, but has plans to expand it globally.

  • Amazon Works Out Kinks Of Cashierless Store in Around the Net In Brand Marketing on 11/16/2017

    For the past year, Amazon employees have been test-driving Amazon Go, an experimental convenience store in downtown Seattle. The project represents Inc.'s most ambitious effort yet to transform the brick-and-mortar shopping experience by eliminating the checkout line, saving customers time and furthering the company's reputation for convenience.

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