Marketing Daily
Friday, January 22, 2010
  • TeleBrands Audition Seeks The New Billy Mays

    It's a tall order to replace infomercial superstar Billy Mays, who died last year, but on Thursday TeleBrands, which markets a whole roster of … Read the whole story

  • Who's Staying In B&Bs?

    Top 10 DMAs in which reside adults who have stayed at a bed and breakfast in the past year: 1 San Francisco/ Oakland/ San … Read the whole story

  • 2010 Restaurant Forecast: Some Recovery

    Key to restaurant growth will include continued stress on value, convenience, expanded menu options and sustainable practices (including locally sourced and better-for-you offerings), as … Read the whole story

  • Target To Spend $1 Billion On P-Fresh Plan

    Target Corp. says it is spending $1 billion in the coming year to renovate its stores, scaling back its expansion plans. Much of the … Read the whole story

  • Samsung To Live-Stream Customer Service

    Samsung is taking its customer service practice interactive with a new Internet program, Samsung Product Support TV. The live-streaming "channel" will be hosted and … Read the whole story

  • Marriott Encourages Travelers To Check Out Hawaii

    A 45-foot-long tour bus featuring colorful tropical images of Hawaii began its trip in Phoenix this week and will visit 11 additional cities. "American … Read the whole story

  • Sears Spots Fan Favre Fever

    Sears is unleashing a series of new TV ads starring NFL quarterback Brett Favre, and while his comic timing may not quite be equal … Read the whole story

  • Harley CMO Addresses Motor Press Group

    "Harley-Davidson is not a discretionary purchase to our [loyalists]," says CMO Mark-Hans Richer, who adds that while boomers are Harley's sweet spot, "the challenge … Read the whole story