By the way, Y-O-U apostrophe R-E means ‘you are,’ Y-O-U-R means ‘your’

Ross Gellar from “Friends” had his faults, but I have to agree with his grammar. I see “you’re” and “your” used incorrectly all the time, and sometimes, I feel like saying exactly what he said to Rachel in this clip. My best tip: if you are one to incorrectly switch up the two, say it…
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Read this blog written by our Public Relations Director/Photographer, Tiffannie Bond.

From one Vegas native to another

Dear Vegas Golden Knights, Here we are, the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And – although I’d be ecstatic if you won the trophy – I’m OK if you don’t, because you’ve already given this second-generation native a great gift. You shined a light on something I’ve known since I was 5 years old and watched this…
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Going viral

One of the definitions of “viral” – well, at least that pertains to what I’m about to write – is “quickly and widely spread or popularized especially by person-to-person electronic communication.” I hear about videos or photos “going viral” on “The Today Show” and referred to in casual conversation, but it’s always something that has…
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Well Played, Anheuser-Busch. Well played.

I tried not to watch too many trailers of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” before it came out. Same with “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” I would rather be surprised. I’m the same way with Super Bowl commercials. Half the fun is getting the reactions of the room you’re in when the commercials come…
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Old fashioned is still in fashion

Before radio, television and the Internet, marketing began with the spoken word. Whatever you needed, your neighbor, family member or friend was likely to know someone who could provide it and, because they personally used those services, could vouch for the person providing the service. At the heart of marketing, there are people with opinions…
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You know what they say when you assume

One of the simplest ideas behind marketing, to me, is to know your client and their market. Easier said than done, right? Not always. Sometimes, it’s about stepping outside the house you live in on a daily basis and checking out the coat of paint on the exterior for cracks, chips and fading. While scrolling…
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Read this blog written by our Public Relations Director/Photographer, Tiffannie Bond.

Smile, even when it’s raining

It is common knowledge Disney is famous for its customer service (among other things, of course), which is a reason I, for one, enjoy going to Disneyland. It’s clean and well maintained, and the people are generally happy. Slap on one of the park’s free “happy birthday” buttons, and every cast member in the park…
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