Articles Tagged ‘marketing’

New Advertising Mirrors to be Placed in Airport Bathrooms

New Advertising Mirrors to be Placed in Airport Bathrooms July 12, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
Well, this just adds a whole new faceless element to the world of advertising…literally. Mirrus, an advertising company in North Carolina, is now introducing advertisement mirrors in the bathrooms of airports. How does it work? When you walk into the bathroom, you’ll see large, vertical ads over...

Hyatt Hotel Backs “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”

Hyatt Hotel Backs “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold” May 16, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
If you’re unsure about how product placement, advertising, and marketing have become such an engrained part of our lives, you might wanna check out Morgan Spurlock’s new documentary titled “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.” You know how movies feature certain heroes chugging down Gatorade...

‘Togethering,’ Yet Another Travel Neologism

‘Togethering,’ Yet Another Travel Neologism August 3, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Here’s your short etymological lesson for the day: From the Old English, together was originally a conjunction of two different words: the Old English to (which meant in the direction of, for the purpose of); and the Old English gædere, a variant on geador, which was related to gadrian, which...

Juicy Advertising: Steak-Scented Billboard Whets North Carolina Appetites

Juicy Advertising: Steak-Scented Billboard Whets North Carolina Appetites July 14, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
If you’ve been spending any time in Mooresville, North Carolina lately, you might have been smelling something appetizing, or at the very least, strange. Bloom Grocery Store recently consulted with ScentAir, a unique marketing company, to create – yes, you guessed it – a steak-scented...

Iceland Utilizes the Internet to Market Itself After Eyjafjallajökull

Iceland Utilizes the Internet to Market Itself After Eyjafjallajökull June 15, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Spring of 2010 beheld a tough few weeks for world travel, and Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano was to blame. Spewing tons of volcanic ash throughout the various layers of atmosphere over Europe and the northern points of the globe, and going through various explosive phases ranging from 1 to...