Marketing Daily
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
  • Despite Economy, Michigan Increases Tourism Spending

    Michigan is running its first-ever national tourism campaign, including a $10 million national cable TV buy. State officials say it's a sound investment since ... Read the whole story

  • Minn. Sets Sights On Workers, Neighbors

    One ad shows a boy and his father in a tent lit by the flickering glow of a fire. "The crickets sure are loud ... Read the whole story

  • Maine: More Than Lobsters And Lighthouses

    Themed "There's More to Maine," online, print and TV ads target New York, Boston, and Canada, long the state's key markets. And the effort ... Read the whole story

  • Love Story, Shoofly Pie Sell The Keystone State

    The traditional, social media, out-of-home, and grassroots elements are intended to give the films the feel of a campaign for a studio release or ... Read the whole story

  • Texas Is On the Road Again

    The road show is being sponsored by the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Tourism Council, the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau and SeaWorld San Antonio. ... Read the whole story

  • Nation's Capital Seeks 'Museum' Film Tie-In

    Destination DC ran promotions with "National Treasure" and its sequel, but the organization says this is bigger because it involves partnerships with major national ... Read the whole story

  • Who Chews Gum?

    Top 10 DMAs in which live adults who used chewing gum in the last six months: 1 Chicago 2 Dallas/ Ft. Worth 3 Jackson, ... Read the whole story

  • 9 Guidelines For Marketing To Women In This Recession

    Laced in the what, why and how women are buying in today's tough economy are myriad opportunities for marketers. Read the whole story