Nonprofit Marketer of the Year

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Nonprofit Marketer of the Year
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The American Marketing Association (AMA) and the American Marketing Association Foundation (AMAF) honored three nonprofit marketing leaders at its Nonprofit Marketing Conference in Chicago, IL, on July 16, 2009. Eric Overman, Operation Smile, received the Nonprofit Marketer of the Year Award, and Anne Bergquist, YMCA of Metro Chicago, and David J. Neff, American Cancer Society High Plains, received the Special Marketing Initiatives and Social Media subcategory awards, respectively. The AMA/AMAF Nonprofit Marketer of the Year Awards honor extraordinary leadership and achievement in the field of nonprofit marketing.

Eric Overman is Director of Online Communities and Social Media at Operation Smile (www.operationsmile.org), an international medical charity dedicated to mobilizing a world of generous hearts to heal children’s smiles and transform lives across the globe.

Since joining the organization in 2006, Eric has launched its first Online and Interactive department, promoted integrated marketing programs, and introduced new technologies to increase donor engagement and empower supporters to also become advocates and fundraisers. These efforts generated 30 percent annual online revenue growth and resulted in email list growth of 500 percent. Eric is currently launching branded online communities and leading the charge to integrate social media into the marketing mix, as well as deploying an internal social business software platform to enhance global communications.

Eric’s blog, Disrupt IT (www.ericoverman.com), explores the impact of the emerging disruptive technologies and media on the nonprofit world. Eric lives in Virginia Beach, VA, with his wife, Karen, and two children. He serves as president-elect of the Hampton Roads American Marketing Association and holds an MBA from William & Mary’s Mason School of Business.

Anne Bergquist, Vice President of Brand Management and Marketing for the YMCA of Metro Chicago (www.ymcachgo.org), joined the Y in 2002. She is responsible for the Y’s brand image through its corporate marketing program that drives annual membership revenue in excess of million from more than 120,000 members at 19 branches across Chicagoland.

In addition to the corporate marketing strategy, Anne directs the development and execution of the marketing plans at each YMCA membership branch, enabling customization with consistent brand identity using guerrilla marketing, advertising, and promotional tactics at the local level. As a result of her efforts, from 2003 to 2006 the Y grew membership revenue by million and increased retention by 11 percent.

During her tenure at the Y, Anne restructured the corporate marketing department to function as an in-house agency serving 19 membership branches, six Human Services programs, and four resident camps. She also developed a comprehensive graphic design/copy template system for membership marketing, retention, and fundraising materials, ensuring maximized internal resources and consistent brand identity across the association. In addition, Anne developed and directed the Y’s first image awareness campaign tied to the YMCA’s 150th anniversary in 2008.

Anne has a BA in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame. She and her husband, Kent, reside in Chicago.

David J. Neff is the Director of Web, Film and Interactive Strategy for the American Cancer Society’s High Plains division (www.cancer.org) and is also the Executive Director of Lights. Camera. Help (www.lightscamerahelp.com).

In his capacity at the American Cancer Society, David directs all Web and interactive strategies and online properties for six states in addition to managing the division’s eRevenue strategy, social networking/media strategy, and online community strategy. As the executive director of Lights. Camera. Help, he is working to start the world’s first nonprofit-focused film festival.

David is a two-time recipient of a Futuring and Innovations grant, which he used to create C-Tools and SharingHope.TV (www.sharinghope.tv). C-Tools was the first PDA software tool for the prevention of cancer developed by the American Cancer Society, and SharingHope.TV is the nonprofit world’s first totally user-generated content Web site. In 2009, the Austin American Statesman recognized David as one of the top 25 Social Media People in the state of Texas.

David earned his BS in Public Relations from the University of Texas with a minor in Business from the McCombs School of Business. He currently lives in Austin, TX.

#SMWMLN – Social Media Better Tourism
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22 Settembre 2K10
SOCIAL MEDIA BETTER TOURISM
A Milano, dentro la Social Media Week, il festival della rete

Info per i keynote:
Robert Piattelli – Co-founder BTO Educational – robert@btoeducational.it

Scarica il pdf della presentazione su SlideShare:
www.slideshare.net/BTOEducational/social-media-better-tou…

Prosegue il percorso di ToscanaLab 2K10 verso la messa a punto del proprio manifesto Internet Better Life.

“Social Media Week is a global platform that connects people, content, and conversation around emerging trends in social and mobile media”

Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Mexico City e Milano: cinque città connesse tra loro dal 20 al 24 Settembre con protagonisti aziende e persone che conversano di Social Media, all’interno di un format davvero unico.

Ospiti di Augmendy, ToscanaLab 2K10 e BTO Educational hanno promosso all’interno della Social Media Week [ il festival della rete ] un evento con tema Social Media e Turismo.

Attraverso una conversazione con i partecipanti all’incontro, mettendo a confronto tante esperienze diverse, si è indagato sull’impatto dei Social Media sulle dinamiche d’incontro tra domanda e offerta turistica.

Dentro la Social Media Week, a Milano nel Blend Tower, il 22 Settembre.

Social Media Better Tourism, c’erano:

Mirko Lalli – Responsabile Comunicazione e Marketing Fondazione Sistema Toscana
Rodolfo Baggio – Università Bocconi – Master in Economia del Turismo e Centro Dondena per la Ricerca sulle Dinamiche Sociali. Presidente del Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico di BTO Educational
Roberta Milano – Università degli Studi di Genova, Campus Universitario di Savona + Blogger. Co-Founder BTO Educational

Queste tre persone hanno condotto l’evento.

Hanno raccontato le loro storie, presentato progetti, ricerche, idee, conversato tra loro e con il pubblico:

Paolo Barbesino – Managing Director CommStrategy
Cristiano Callegari aka Zio Burp – Blogger, social media, copywriter Ambito5
Stefano Ceci – Founder GH Impresa Turistica. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Alberto Chiapponi – Web marketing and social media consultant H-art
Lisa Dubost – International affairs AirBnb
Giulia Eremita – Country Manager Trivago.it. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Monica Fabris – Presidente GPF©. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Elena Grassi – Senior Sales Manager Expedia
Paolo Mezzina – TravelPeople. Presidente e Managing Director Slash
Bruno Preda– Country Manager Italy Atrapalo.com
Diego Ricchiuti – Managing Director Agency.com
Andrea Tracanzan – Marketing Director Zoes.it (Fondazione Responsabilità Etica / Banca Etica)

Special Guest:
Giancarlo Carniani – Coordinatore BTO – Buy Tourism Online. Co-Founder BTO Educational

SOCIAL MEDIA BETTER TOURISM
La FORMULA e gli OBIETTIVI

Durante la circa due ore e mezza del Social Media Better Tourism, gli speakers si sono presentati e hanno converserato con il pubblico di Social Media e Turismo.

Ognuno in quindici minuti di tempo, ha contribuito nell’incontro a mettere a fuoco il concetto Better Tourism, in quest’occasione declinato sui Social Media.

Insomma, i Social Media aiutano chi viaggia?

Si, certo.

Ma il quesito di fondo non è questo, il focus di di ToscanaLab 2010 e BTO Educational è sugli “altri”, ovvero tutta l’intera filiera che ruota intorno a chi viaggia, insomma gli operatori economici.

Durante ToscanaLab 2K10 nel panel Internet Better Tourism, BTO Educational ha promosso una conversazione con il pubblico che ha portato alla redazione di un Manifesto “Internet Better Tourism”, all’interno del progetto ancora più ambizioso che prevede la stesura di un decalogo “Internet Better Life” .

L’occasione della Social Media Week vuole essere valorizzata per fare un ulteriore messa a fuoco dei punti condivisi con i partecipanti di ToscanaLab 2K10 e che hanno portato alla stesura del Manifesto Internet Better Tourism.

Internet Better Tourism sarà veramente Better per tutti quando tutti modificheranno i propri comportamenti, si muoveranno verso il web e chi viaggia prenderanno coscienza che qualcosa è cambiato e continua a cambiare molto velocemente.

Ecco i cinque punti del nostro Manifesto, cinque riflessioni che continueremo con il contributo di tutti ad elaborare anche durante incontri come questo Social Media Better Tourism, dentro la Social Media Week.
Passaggio di orizzonte di prospettiva, da “IO + VOI” a “NOI”
Il web come strumento e luogo, non come “fine” per creare e far crescere un legame tra chi viaggia e il territorio. Costruire una relazione come leva principale di una coerente attività di promozione territoriale
Internet come fattore abilitante per allungare l’esperienza di viaggio, con un prima, durante e dopo
Internet Better Tourism quando si colmerà lo sbilanciamento culturale e informativo tra domanda e offerta, oggi tutto a vantaggio del viaggiatore.
Il viaggio come esperienza e il viaggiatore si fa CANALE di quest’esperienza, contribuendo con i propri contenuti e i sui racconti alla costruzione della storia del viaggio, con al centro il territorio e INSIEME a chi gli offre i servizi

La LOCATION

La Social Media Week, il festival della rete è veramente un evento straordinario: dal 20 al 24 Settembre Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Mexico City e Milano si connettono proponendo cinque giorni di eventi creati per la maggior parte dal basso, da persone e da aziende che hanno qualcosa da dire sul tema Social Media.

Milano ospita ben novanta appuntamenti sparsi in città: per Social Media Better Tourism dentro la Social Media Week la scelta è caduta su Blend Tower, a soli cinquanta metri dalla Stazione Centrale.

Un grattacielo che ospita anche un business center molto adatto al nostro evento: Social Media Better Tourism del 22 Settembre (inizia alle 10.00 precisissime, venite un po’ prima) è al 3° piano del Blend Tower, piazza IV Novembre al numero 7, sala riunioni 1.

SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK

Proposta per la prima volta a New York nel 2009 e giunta alla terza edizione, la Social Media Week arriva anche in Italia: a Milano dal 20 al 24 settembre 2010.

Una fondamentale occasione di incontro per tutte le persone interessate al mondo dei Social Media, in ambito business e consumer.

Questa nuova edizione della Social Media Week viene organizzata contemporaneamente in 5 città nel mondo: Milano, Los Angeles, Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Città del Messico.

www.socialmediaweek.org

SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK MILANO

In Italia, la Social Media Week si articolerà in oltre 30 eventi gratuiti nell’arco delle 5 giornate, disseminati in numerose location nel Comune di Milano.

Molti eventi saranno spontanei, organizzati da addetti ai lavori del mondo della Comunicazione, appassionati e associazioni mentre altri saranno affidati ad aziende di prestigio che avranno la possibilità di organizzare un proprio evento all’interno della Social Media Week, il festival della rete.

Centro operativo della manifestazione e sede espositiva sarà l’Urban Center in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, nel cuore di Milano.

In particolare, saranno cinque le categorie tematiche su sui si concentrerà l’attenzione degli organizzatori:

Technology, Entertainment (Musica, Sport, Arte)
Brand Communication (Promozione, Advertising),
Made in Italy (Fashion, Design, Food)
Media e Informazione
Digital Opportunities (Occupazione, Urbanistica, Cultura).

Gli eventi, gratuiti e sempre aperti al pubblico, saranno in parte business oriented (con un focus sulle potenzialità che le nuove Piattaforme Social sono in grado di offrire) e in parte consumer cioè pensati e organizzati per attirare il grande pubblico con un’offerta di contenuti culturali inediti e coinvolgenti.

Questo ponendo sempre al centro la persona, la comunicazione social e la scoperta di un nuovo modo di essere e relazionarsi che rappresenta il futuro del Web e del nostro modo di comunicare.

www.socialmediaweek.it

Augmendy

Augmendy è una Società web specializzata in Social Media.
La Mission di Augmendy, attraverso diverse tipologie di attività, è mettere in contatto le aziende con gli operatori del mercato dell’area Social Media.

Founders di Augmendy sono Marco Antonio Masieri e Marco "Monty" Montemagno, tra l’altro cofondatori di Blogosfere (il più grande network europeo di blog d’informazione professionali) e di Codice Internet (associazione no profit per la divulgazione di Internet in italia).

Il Board della Social Media Week ha assegnato a Augmendy l’organizzazione dell’unica tappa europea dell’evento.

www.augmendy.it

Toscanalab 2k10

ToscanaLab è un marchio di Fondazione Sistema Toscana: è tornato a Firenze il 28 e 29 Giugno 2K10 con la seconda edizione di un evento verticale dedicato al web, ai social media e al mondo della comunicazione digitale.

Due giornate dedicate alla riflessione e al confronto sulle nuove forme di partecipazione e sugli effetti della rivoluzione culturale che stiamo vivendo.

www.toscanalab.it

BTO Educational

BTO Educational è un’Associazione senza fine di lucro che nasce dall’esperienza BTO – Buy Tourism Online – www.buytourismonline.com – l’evento edu-entertainment unico nel suo genere, che anche quest’anno si svolgerà a Firenze, alla Stazione Leopolda, il 18 e 19 Novembre.

Quali sono i temi di BTO Educational?

Il web 2.0, più in particolare il Travel 2.0 e tutti gli altri argomenti cari agli operatori della lunga filiera turistico ricettiva e agli stakeholders dei territori.

www.btoeducational.it

#SMWMLN – Social Media Better Tourism
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Image by BTO Educational
22 Settembre 2K10
SOCIAL MEDIA BETTER TOURISM
A Milano, dentro la Social Media Week, il festival della rete

Info per i keynote:
Robert Piattelli – Co-founder BTO Educational – robert@btoeducational.it

Scarica il pdf della presentazione su SlideShare:
www.slideshare.net/BTOEducational/social-media-better-tou…

Prosegue il percorso di ToscanaLab 2K10 verso la messa a punto del proprio manifesto Internet Better Life.

“Social Media Week is a global platform that connects people, content, and conversation around emerging trends in social and mobile media”

Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Mexico City e Milano: cinque città connesse tra loro dal 20 al 24 Settembre con protagonisti aziende e persone che conversano di Social Media, all’interno di un format davvero unico.

Ospiti di Augmendy, ToscanaLab 2K10 e BTO Educational hanno promosso all’interno della Social Media Week [ il festival della rete ] un evento con tema Social Media e Turismo.

Attraverso una conversazione con i partecipanti all’incontro, mettendo a confronto tante esperienze diverse, si è indagato sull’impatto dei Social Media sulle dinamiche d’incontro tra domanda e offerta turistica.

Dentro la Social Media Week, a Milano nel Blend Tower, il 22 Settembre.

Social Media Better Tourism, c’erano:

Mirko Lalli – Responsabile Comunicazione e Marketing Fondazione Sistema Toscana
Rodolfo Baggio – Università Bocconi – Master in Economia del Turismo e Centro Dondena per la Ricerca sulle Dinamiche Sociali. Presidente del Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico di BTO Educational
Roberta Milano – Università degli Studi di Genova, Campus Universitario di Savona + Blogger. Co-Founder BTO Educational

Queste tre persone hanno condotto l’evento.

Hanno raccontato le loro storie, presentato progetti, ricerche, idee, conversato tra loro e con il pubblico:

Paolo Barbesino – Managing Director CommStrategy
Cristiano Callegari aka Zio Burp – Blogger, social media, copywriter Ambito5
Stefano Ceci – Founder GH Impresa Turistica. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Alberto Chiapponi – Web marketing and social media consultant H-art
Lisa Dubost – International affairs AirBnb
Giulia Eremita – Country Manager Trivago.it. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Monica Fabris – Presidente GPF©. Comitato Tecnico – Scientifico BTO Educational
Elena Grassi – Senior Sales Manager Expedia
Paolo Mezzina – TravelPeople. Presidente e Managing Director Slash
Bruno Preda– Country Manager Italy Atrapalo.com
Diego Ricchiuti – Managing Director Agency.com
Andrea Tracanzan – Marketing Director Zoes.it (Fondazione Responsabilità Etica / Banca Etica)

Special Guest:
Giancarlo Carniani – Coordinatore BTO – Buy Tourism Online. Co-Founder BTO Educational

SOCIAL MEDIA BETTER TOURISM
La FORMULA e gli OBIETTIVI

Durante la circa due ore e mezza del Social Media Better Tourism, gli speakers si sono presentati e hanno converserato con il pubblico di Social Media e Turismo.

Ognuno in quindici minuti di tempo, ha contribuito nell’incontro a mettere a fuoco il concetto Better Tourism, in quest’occasione declinato sui Social Media.

Insomma, i Social Media aiutano chi viaggia?

Si, certo.

Ma il quesito di fondo non è questo, il focus di di ToscanaLab 2010 e BTO Educational è sugli “altri”, ovvero tutta l’intera filiera che ruota intorno a chi viaggia, insomma gli operatori economici.

Durante ToscanaLab 2K10 nel panel Internet Better Tourism, BTO Educational ha promosso una conversazione con il pubblico che ha portato alla redazione di un Manifesto “Internet Better Tourism”, all’interno del progetto ancora più ambizioso che prevede la stesura di un decalogo “Internet Better Life” .

L’occasione della Social Media Week vuole essere valorizzata per fare un ulteriore messa a fuoco dei punti condivisi con i partecipanti di ToscanaLab 2K10 e che hanno portato alla stesura del Manifesto Internet Better Tourism.

Internet Better Tourism sarà veramente Better per tutti quando tutti modificheranno i propri comportamenti, si muoveranno verso il web e chi viaggia prenderanno coscienza che qualcosa è cambiato e continua a cambiare molto velocemente.

Ecco i cinque punti del nostro Manifesto, cinque riflessioni che continueremo con il contributo di tutti ad elaborare anche durante incontri come questo Social Media Better Tourism, dentro la Social Media Week.
Passaggio di orizzonte di prospettiva, da “IO + VOI” a “NOI”
Il web come strumento e luogo, non come “fine” per creare e far crescere un legame tra chi viaggia e il territorio. Costruire una relazione come leva principale di una coerente attività di promozione territoriale
Internet come fattore abilitante per allungare l’esperienza di viaggio, con un prima, durante e dopo
Internet Better Tourism quando si colmerà lo sbilanciamento culturale e informativo tra domanda e offerta, oggi tutto a vantaggio del viaggiatore.
Il viaggio come esperienza e il viaggiatore si fa CANALE di quest’esperienza, contribuendo con i propri contenuti e i sui racconti alla costruzione della storia del viaggio, con al centro il territorio e INSIEME a chi gli offre i servizi

La LOCATION

La Social Media Week, il festival della rete è veramente un evento straordinario: dal 20 al 24 Settembre Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Mexico City e Milano si connettono proponendo cinque giorni di eventi creati per la maggior parte dal basso, da persone e da aziende che hanno qualcosa da dire sul tema Social Media.

Milano ospita ben novanta appuntamenti sparsi in città: per Social Media Better Tourism dentro la Social Media Week la scelta è caduta su Blend Tower, a soli cinquanta metri dalla Stazione Centrale.

Un grattacielo che ospita anche un business center molto adatto al nostro evento: Social Media Better Tourism del 22 Settembre (inizia alle 10.00 precisissime, venite un po’ prima) è al 3° piano del Blend Tower, piazza IV Novembre al numero 7, sala riunioni 1.

SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK

Proposta per la prima volta a New York nel 2009 e giunta alla terza edizione, la Social Media Week arriva anche in Italia: a Milano dal 20 al 24 settembre 2010.

Una fondamentale occasione di incontro per tutte le persone interessate al mondo dei Social Media, in ambito business e consumer.

Questa nuova edizione della Social Media Week viene organizzata contemporaneamente in 5 città nel mondo: Milano, Los Angeles, Bogotà, Buenos Aires, Città del Messico.

www.socialmediaweek.org

SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK MILANO

In Italia, la Social Media Week si articolerà in oltre 30 eventi gratuiti nell’arco delle 5 giornate, disseminati in numerose location nel Comune di Milano.

Molti eventi saranno spontanei, organizzati da addetti ai lavori del mondo della Comunicazione, appassionati e associazioni mentre altri saranno affidati ad aziende di prestigio che avranno la possibilità di organizzare un proprio evento all’interno della Social Media Week, il festival della rete.

Centro operativo della manifestazione e sede espositiva sarà l’Urban Center in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, nel cuore di Milano.

In particolare, saranno cinque le categorie tematiche su sui si concentrerà l’attenzione degli organizzatori:

Technology, Entertainment (Musica, Sport, Arte)
Brand Communication (Promozione, Advertising),
Made in Italy (Fashion, Design, Food)
Media e Informazione
Digital Opportunities (Occupazione, Urbanistica, Cultura).

Gli eventi, gratuiti e sempre aperti al pubblico, saranno in parte business oriented (con un focus sulle potenzialità che le nuove Piattaforme Social sono in grado di offrire) e in parte consumer cioè pensati e organizzati per attirare il grande pubblico con un’offerta di contenuti culturali inediti e coinvolgenti.

Questo ponendo sempre al centro la persona, la comunicazione social e la scoperta di un nuovo modo di essere e relazionarsi che rappresenta il futuro del Web e del nostro modo di comunicare.

www.socialmediaweek.it

Augmendy

Augmendy è una Società web specializzata in Social Media.
La Mission di Augmendy, attraverso diverse tipologie di attività, è mettere in contatto le aziende con gli operatori del mercato dell’area Social Media.

Founders di Augmendy sono Marco Antonio Masieri e Marco "Monty" Montemagno, tra l’altro cofondatori di Blogosfere (il più grande network europeo di blog d’informazione professionali) e di Codice Internet (associazione no profit per la divulgazione di Internet in italia).

Il Board della Social Media Week ha assegnato a Augmendy l’organizzazione dell’unica tappa europea dell’evento.

www.augmendy.it

Toscanalab 2k10

ToscanaLab è un marchio di Fondazione Sistema Toscana: è tornato a Firenze il 28 e 29 Giugno 2K10 con la seconda edizione di un evento verticale dedicato al web, ai social media e al mondo della comunicazione digitale.

Due giornate dedicate alla riflessione e al confronto sulle nuove forme di partecipazione e sugli effetti della rivoluzione culturale che stiamo vivendo.

www.toscanalab.it

BTO Educational

BTO Educational è un’Associazione senza fine di lucro che nasce dall’esperienza BTO – Buy Tourism Online – www.buytourismonline.com – l’evento edu-entertainment unico nel suo genere, che anche quest’anno si svolgerà a Firenze, alla Stazione Leopolda, il 18 e 19 Novembre.

Quali sono i temi di BTO Educational?

Il web 2.0, più in particolare il Travel 2.0 e tutti gli altri argomenti cari agli operatori della lunga filiera turistico ricettiva e agli stakeholders dei territori.

www.btoeducational.it

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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

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Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

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Google Realtime Search for Business – Automotive Web Success
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“Squeezed in” subway ad angers passengers – Beijing Metro 5/9
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BEIJING (Reuters) 15.2.2008 – An advertisement on Beijing’s subway proclaiming "Squeezed in?! Go and buy a car then!" has angered passengers who said it only encourages traffic jams, a state newspaper said Friday.

The advertisement, written in large white letters on a red background, is also contrary to the Beijing city government’s aim of getting more people to take public transport, the official Beijing Daily said.

"Isn’t this out of tune with environmental protection?" it quoted a subway passenger surnamed Yang as saying.

"The company sees subway passengers as potential customers, but the scornful tone of the advertising language exposes a lack of interest in human feelings behind a meticulous design," a female passenger surnamed Liu added.

Some Internet users have come up with their own versions of the advertisement’s slogan, the newspaper said, proposing: "Stuck in a traffic jam? Then take the subway!."

But the storm of criticism against the advert, which does not identify the company or organization behind it, may have just the effect the advertisers were looking for, the report added.

"If they only cared about getting eyeballs rather than the impact it would have on people and society, has it not been effective?" the newspaper quoted unnamed experts as saying.

Beijing is spending billions of dollars expanding and upgrading its subway network ahead of this year’s Olympic Games, and wants to encourage more people to take trains and buses to help deal with worsening road congestion.

(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Editing by Alex Richardson)

© Thomson Reuters 2008 All rights reserved

For earlier images from Beijing metro, see www.flickr.com/photos/edelman/1499402219/in/set-721576021…

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Thanks to Julia Chytilová for bringing this to my attention.

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No Sweat is the pioneer of fair trade fashion and footwear, setting an empowered, unionized workforce as the gold standard for fair trade clothing. We market direct to consumers via the internet, through our network of independent retailers and by custom orders to wholesale customers. We provide a competitively priced fairly traded product to you and a living wage to our workers. How? By not advertising. We rely on you to help us spread the word! To see how, go to Globalize THIS. It’s our world. Let’s change it.

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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
Network advertising
Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
Network advertising
Image by BeverlyHillsPorsche
Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
8425 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
www.BeverlyHillsPorsche.com

Find out about exciting events in and around Beverly Hills by following Beverly Hills Porsche on Twitter: www.twitter.com/BevHillsPorsche

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There Are Only One Or Two Emply Slots And Then 7 People arrive On Bicycles
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Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires

Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux.

People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible.

The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply.

The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east.

Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th.

The proposed locations are listed below.

Anne Street South – On Street Location
Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location
Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location
Chancery Street- On Street Location
Charlemont Place- On Street Location
Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location
Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires
Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location
Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option
Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location
Eccles Street- Footpath Location
Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location
Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location`
Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location
Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location
Golden Lane- On Street Location
Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) – On Street Location
Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
James Street East- On Street Location
Leinster Street South- On Street Location
Luke Street – On Street Location
Marlbourough Street- On Street Location
Merrion Square East- On Street Location
Merrion Square West- On Street Location
Molesworth Street- On Street Location
Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location
Ormond Quay Upper – On Street Location
Parnell Square North- On Street Location
Parnell Street- Footpath Location
Pearse Street – Footpath Location
Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction – On Street Location
Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options
Smithfield. On Street Location
St Stephens Green East- On Street Location
St Stephens Green South- On Street Location
Talbot Street- On Street Location
Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction – On Street Location
Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street

There Are Only One Or Two Emply Slots And Then 7 People arrive On Bicycles
Network advertising
Image by infomatique
NOW OPERATIONAL:
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires

Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux.

People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible.

The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply.

The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east.

Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th.

The proposed locations are listed below.

Anne Street South – On Street Location
Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location
Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location
Chancery Street- On Street Location
Charlemont Place- On Street Location
Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location
Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires
Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location
Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option
Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location
Eccles Street- Footpath Location
Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location
Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location`
Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location
Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location
Golden Lane- On Street Location
Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) – On Street Location
Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
James Street East- On Street Location
Leinster Street South- On Street Location
Luke Street – On Street Location
Marlbourough Street- On Street Location
Merrion Square East- On Street Location
Merrion Square West- On Street Location
Molesworth Street- On Street Location
Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location
Ormond Quay Upper – On Street Location
Parnell Square North- On Street Location
Parnell Street- Footpath Location
Pearse Street – Footpath Location
Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction – On Street Location
Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options
Smithfield. On Street Location
St Stephens Green East- On Street Location
St Stephens Green South- On Street Location
Talbot Street- On Street Location
Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction – On Street Location
Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street

There Are Only One Or Two Emply Slots And Then 7 People arrive On Bicycles
Network advertising
Image by infomatique
NOW OPERATIONAL:
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires

Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux.

People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible.

The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply.

The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east.

Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th.

The proposed locations are listed below.

Anne Street South – On Street Location
Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location
Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location
Chancery Street- On Street Location
Charlemont Place- On Street Location
Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location
Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option
Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires
Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location
Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option
Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location
Eccles Street- Footpath Location
Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location
Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location`
Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location
Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location
Golden Lane- On Street Location
Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) – On Street Location
Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location
James Street East- On Street Location
Leinster Street South- On Street Location
Luke Street – On Street Location
Marlbourough Street- On Street Location
Merrion Square East- On Street Location
Merrion Square West- On Street Location
Molesworth Street- On Street Location
Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location
Ormond Quay Upper – On Street Location
Parnell Square North- On Street Location
Parnell Street- Footpath Location
Pearse Street – Footpath Location
Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction – On Street Location
Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options
Smithfield. On Street Location
St Stephens Green East- On Street Location
St Stephens Green South- On Street Location
Talbot Street- On Street Location
Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction – On Street Location
Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street

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Dan Williams (network-manager dude) was in the car ahead of us. We got close enough to see he was advertising an ad-hoc network named something like "jkeatings mom". (jkeating was in our car). Comedy. Unfortunately, we couldn’t do anything more useful than associate with it.

“Television Network Five Years Old Today”
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Celebrating the five-year anniversary of what later became NBC. 1945 General Electric ad, source: library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adaccess.TV0118/pg.1/

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Ford Social Media Marketing Examples
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Shown below are just a small fraction of the many Social Media Marketing "Home Runs" that Ford Motor Company has achieved over the past two years…

This extensive and well funded commitment to Social Media Marketing has been a cornerstone of Ford’s overall marketing strategy for the past two years and is yet another example of what one of the the best management teams in the auto industry is doing to make the most out of their marketing budgets.

One of the greatest resources ever supplied to car dealers by any company for any marketing purposes is the SMPR and content bank available to Ford dealers at the acclaimed Ford.DigitalSnippets.com where dealers can leverage high-dollar Ford created assets in their social media marketing campaigns… Here the list of examples:

FORD ENGAGES CUSTOMERS IN “WHAT’S NEXT,” TAKING COMPANY’S OPEN …
Apr 13, 2010 … Ford is turning to the social Web as an innovative way of generating new vehicle feature ideas customers really want and value.” …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32402

2011 FORD FIESTA: ‘IT’S A PRETTY BIG DEAL’ | Ford Motor Company …
May 17, 2010 … The same type of out-of-the-box thinking that led to the groundbreaking Fiesta Movement social media initiative is reflected in a new ad …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32673

NEW BREED OF MUSTANG SPOTLIGHTED IN 2011 CAMPAIGN | Ford…
May 3, 2010 … Ford showcases the new 2011 Ford Mustang V-6 through extensive digital advertising and social media, television commercials and print ads …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32564

TJ GIULI: HELPING FORD HARNESS THE POWER AND POSSIBILITIES…
May 12, 2010… and then gave the students the freedom to harness the power of socialnetworks in the cloud to develop their own personalized app. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32642

FORD REVEALS BIGGEST, MOST EXPERIENTIAL DISPLAY AT 2010…
Jan 8, 2010 … Also for the first time ever at NAIAS, Ford executives from around the world will host a social media press conference on Jan. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31764

K. VENKATESH PRASAD: A FORD TECHNICAL LEADER AND THE…
May 12, 2010 … "SYNC is helping Ford redefine the automotive user experience," says Prasad, "and social networking is redefining how many of our future car …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32643

Faces of Ford | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
Brand Manager, A Ray Romano look-alike, this marketing manager is passionate about social media. He has 1500 followers on Twitter. …
media.ford.com/mini_sites/10031/FordFaces/

FORD ANNOUNCED AS 2010 BRAND OF THE YEAR BY SOCIETY…
We are integrating social media into our marketing and communications … In addition to having a daily presence on social networks, Ford is noted for the …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31238

BLUE OVAL ON A GREEN STREAK: FORD DETAILS PROGRESS ON…
Jun 15, 2010 … The report reaffirms Ford’s strong commitment to its sustainability strategy to support positive social change and reduce the environmental …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32802

A LEADER IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY | Ford Motor Company …
Ford has been rated among the top 25 companies in the world in corporate socialresponsibility reporting by “Tomorrow’s Value: The Global Reporters. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=24900

FORD MOTOR COMPANY RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST ETHICAL …
Mar 22, 2010 … The results are based on an extensive review of companies’ socialresponsibility efforts, corporate governance and business practices. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32236

Fiesta-Tag Search | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
After all, it had a starring role in the Fiesta Movement, a marketing platform that lives in thesocial media space. Its newest role will be on the new …
media.ford.com/tagsearch.cfm?tag_id=111

FORD AND U-M USE SOCIALLY CONNECTED ROAD TRIP TO DEBUT CAR AS NEXT …
May 12, 2010 … Ford’s American Journey 2.0 research project concludes with first-ever socialmedia-connected road trip from Ann Arbor, Mich., to Maker …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32623

SIX STUDENTS, THREE MONTHS, 100000 APPS: FORD EMBRACES…
“The explosive growth in apps comes from community-created development, software geeks chatting about code on social media sites, open collaboration. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31701

INTRODUCING FIESTA MOVEMENT CHAPTER 2 AGENTS | Ford Motor…
Mar 1, 2010 … Monica is an art director who is extremely involved in social media and …Creative, specializing in advertising, social media and design, …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32136

FORD SUPPORTS BLACK MUSTANG CLUB’S WISH TO PRINT CALENDARS WITH…
In fact, Ford is contributing to these types of enthusiast programs in forums, blogs and othersocial media platforms through our Social Media Press …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=27542

THE BEST OF FIESTA MOVEMENT: AGENT HIGHLIGHTS FROM SIX…
As part of the Fiesta Movement social media initiative, … They then go on to relate their experiences through a variety of social media sites. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31500

2011 Ford Fiesta-Tag Search | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
The same type of out-of-the-box thinking that led to the groundbreaking Fiesta Movementsocial media initiative is reflected in a new ad campaign to launch …
media.ford.com/tagsearch.cfm?tag_id=446

NEW SET OF AGENTS TEAM UP TO BRING FORD FIESTA LOCAL WITH…
DEARBORN, Mich., March 1, 2010 – Ford’s Fiesta Movement, a social media initiative designed to create excitement about the new Fiesta, put the new small car …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32137

FORD FIESTA, KEY TALENT OF NEW POST-REALITY ENTERTAINMENT…
Feb 15, 2010 … Fiesta’s involvement with “If I Can Dream” builds on the success of the Fiesta Movement, a social media initiative that generated more than …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32060

FORD BECOMES THE FIRST AUTOMAKER TO JOIN CDP WATER DISCLOSURE…
Apr 7, 2010 … “Water scarcity is quickly becoming a critical global issue with significantsocial and environmental implications and all of us need to be …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32323

FORD LOOKING FOR 2010 FUSION OWNERS FOR UNIQUE CONSUMER…
Oct 21, 2009 … Research shows that social media sites are increasingly one of the …Another example of Ford’s groundbreaking social media outreach is its …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31239

FIESTA MOVEMENT TEAM DONATES CAR TO FOOD KITCHEN AS SOCIALMEDIA …
Jul 6, 2010 … And when the book was closed on the last mission in Ford’s social media adventure, it was a team from Houston that emerged as winners of …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32924 ;

FORD, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN REVEAL STUDENTS’ VISION…
May 4, 2010 … The course, initiated by Ford Research & Advanced Engineering, prototypedsocial networking and transportation apps as part of a larger Ford …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32572

SAM DE LA GARZA: AN ADVOCATE OF SOCIAL MEDIA TO FIESTA…
The program that initially put European-spec Fiestas in the hands of 100 of the most socially vibrant people online includes extensive use of social media …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31466

CHANTEL LENARD: BUILDING FORD FIESTA AWARENESS SOCIAL…
Chantel Lenard is group marketing manager for global small and midsize cars, leading the launch of the new Ford Fiesta using an innovative social media …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32425

FIESTA MOVEMENT AGENTS BRING LOCAL BANDS TO STARDOM; MISSION ONE A …
May 3, 2010… Fiesta Movement’s first mission, "Fiesta Marks the Spot," created tons of buzz on social media channels about the murals the agent teams …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=32567

THE FORD FOCUS « Buy Reductil Online Cheap – Reliable Online DrugStore
Jan 23, 2008 … FORD VEHICLES · Ford Cars · Ford Crossovers · Ford SUVs · Ford Trucks · Lincoln. Ford’s Social Media Press Release (SMPR) …
media.ford.com/products/focus08/index.html

FIESTA ‘AGENTS’ ARE HEAVY HITTERS IN SOCIAL MEDIA | Ford Motor …
Agents will bring along millions of consumers on their “missions” each month by creating content about the experiences for their social networks. …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30158

ALLURE OF SOCIAL MEDIA HELPS FORD REACH NEW CUSTOMERS…
Jul 8, 2009 … Now he has his own social network, www.green-house.tv, geared toward people just like him interested in living a greener, do-it-yourself …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30634

FORD USES SOCIAL NETWORKING TO MARKET FIESTA AWARENESS
Oct 1, 2009 … Social networking sites allow Ford to meet consumers it might not connect with through traditional advertising, making it easier to open …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31117

[PDF]
Fiesta MoveMent KicKs oFF – FIESTA MOVEMENT KICKS OFF “We …
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View
These consumers, which will total 70 million drivers by 2010, use social media … 77 percent use Facebook, MySpace or other social networking sites and 28 …
media.ford.com/images/10031/2010_Ford_Fiesta2.pdf

FORD FIESTA MOVEMENT AGENTS GIVE BACK, SURPASS 800000 MILES DURING …
Sep 16, 2009 … Ford Fiesta Movement August missions had agents taking part in socialactivism by collecting books for troops overseas, organizing a blood …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31012

Fiesta Movement-Tag Search | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
Ford’s Fiesta Movement, a social media initiative designed to create … If you thought Fiesta Movement agents rocked the social media world this past six …
media.ford.com/tagsearch.cfm?tag_id=222

FORD TARGETS 100 SOCIALLY-NETWORKED MILLENNIALS FOR FIRST DRIVE OF …
Feb 20, 2009 … “These 100 socially-vibrant Fiesta Movement ‘Agents’ will then relate their driving experiences through social media sites such as Facebook, …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=29911

FORD NAMES 100 FIESTA MOVEMENT ‘AGENTS’ TO HIT ROAD…
Apr 7, 2009 … They’re technologically adept, socially outgoing and more than happy to share their opinions on all sorts of topics through social media …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30156

‘FUSION + HYBRID’ FACEBOOK FRIENDS FLOCK TO ‘YOU SPEAK GREEN’ APP…
Sep 9, 2009 … Ford has expanded its presence on the popular social networking site …Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are more …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30942

FORD BUILDS ON SUCCESS OF FIESTA MOVEMENT CHPTR TWO …
2, 2009 – If you thought Fiesta Movement agents rocked the social media world this past six months, just wait until the second chapter when 20 new agent …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31510

FIESTA MOVEMENT AGENT #06 PROFILE: ALISON HAISLIP…
Then she tells the social media world about her adventures, … Alison became involved withsocial media after getting her job at G4 television station, …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30469

[PDF]
FORD BEGINS ‘FIESTA MOVEMENT’ FOR CONSUMERS TO EXPERIENCE, TEST …
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View
their experiences through social media sites such as Facebook, … “By focusing on socialnetworks, the Fiesta Movement embraces a fundamental shift in the …
media.ford.com/images/10031/2010_Ford_Fiesta.pdf

NEW FORD FIESTA AGENTS’ MISSIONS GO HIGH TECH | Ford…
As part of the social media initiative, 100 young trendsetters will test drive and live with a European-spec Fiesta for six months, traveling as agents on …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30432

FIESTA AGENTS LEND A HAND FOR AUGUST MISSIONS | Ford…
Fiesta Movement agents are giving back and volunteering their time for August missions, with actor Mario Lopez kicking off this month of social activism …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30816

FIESTA MOVEMENT AWARDS CEREMONY RECOGNIZES TERRIFIC MISSION VIDEOS …
Dec 2, 2009 … Best Social Activism Mission Agent Hugh’s video, "To Moms, With Love," won this … As part of the Fiesta Movement social media initiative, …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31437

FIESTA MOVEMENT AGENT #89 PROFILES: THOMAS KNOLL AND WHIT SCOTT…
Sep 30, 2009 … As part of an innovative social media initiative, … Whit first became passionate about social media during a trip around the world where …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31112

FIESTA MOVEMENT AGENT #41 PROFILE: HILARY MCHONE | Ford…
As part of an innovative social media initiative, 100 young trendsetters will test … Using hersocial media network, Hilary will find people to stay with, …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=30592

Fiesta-Tag Search | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
In fact, through their missions, the agents showed off a side to themselves not yet captured in the social media world, helping out local charities and …
media.ford.com/tagsearch.cfm?tag_id=111&start_row=11

SOUNDBITES: 2011 FORD FIESTA | Ford Motor Company Newsroom
Over 100 Fiesta Agents have driven this car and expressed their impressions via social media technology since early last summer. It’s called The Fiesta …
media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=31508

K. VENKATESH PRASAD: THE SYNC SQUAD | Ford Newsroom
Oct 28, 2009 … “SYNC is helping Ford redefine the automotive user experience,” said Prasad, “and social networking is redefining how many of our future car …
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Out of Uniform
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Some of you may or may not know that I work for London Underground. Believe it or not, we’re not all robots. This is how this whole thing has come about – it’s kind of a little mission to prove something to ourselves as well as all of you lot out there. I’m excited and a bit scared at the same time. I have until the end of next week to pick five pieces of my work to go on display – I don’t know what to pick. Can you guys help me? I know I definitely want New Year’s Fears there and bang on 8. That still leaves three more to choose, have printed and mounted by the end of next week.

The exhibition is unveiled to you all on the 1st September (and I should be present for the launch day, plus a few others), with the private view/press day on the 2nd of September, with at least one or two members of staff available on each day for you to chat to on each day until the exhibition’s last day on the 14th September.

Things have come about so quickly – we’ve only just secured the gallery space and we’ve not got long to sort out promotional materials so a lot of the advertising is through word of mouth and self-promotion (hence this hastily put together announcement/web flyer, though I hope the guys doing the website launch it in time for the start of the exhibition). We are not getting any support, funding or official backing from Art on the Underground – our own time, money and effort has gone into getting this all arranged, so it’s important that you guys show me and my fellow creative colleagues some love! It will be lovely to meet some of your Flickr people that have supported me for so long and I hope you guys can make us feel like this hard work was all worth it.

**PRESS RELEASE (could be changed though in the two weeks leading up, so I guess this is just initial…)**

On Thursday 2nd September the first ever art exhibition organised by London Underground staff showing their own art work goes on display at The 198 Gallery in Brixton Village SW2. Out of Uniform is a unique event displaying paintings, photographs, poets and musicians who when in uniform work as Supervisors, ticket sellers, drivers and gate line staff. Two special guests will already be in the gallery to welcome you – Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone – as their signed portraits will proudly be on display.

These staff are showing a complete different aspect of their daily working lives. Modern people living uncomplicated lives who have exceptional and surprising hidden talents. Millions of customers use the network everyday experiencing regular excellent customer service – just ask Ken and Boris. Now here is an opportunity to view a different aspect of these dedicated friendly LU staff.

It’s OK – you don’t need your Oyster card to enter the show (just use it to get there!). Be prepared to be surprised at the diversity and talent on view – a poetic Supervisor, a musical ticket seller, a photographing station assistant and even a bonsai-loving train driver. Then there are the individual websites and a documentary film to view.

Your perception will be changed forever and your Underground experience will never be quite the same. Just think – Art really does live and breathe on London Underground, whether it is in or Out of Uniform.

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Kevin Winston and Jay Huffschmidt
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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

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Digital LA BIG Games Panel at Beverly Hills Porsche
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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

Beverly Hills Porsche
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The McCarthy McCain Platform
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Sarah Palin quotes "Joe the Plumber", whose real name is Sam (I am) , on socialism. Never mind that "JOE" lied about his identity, income, and qualifications as a plumber (or lack thereof). On socialism, he’s an authority. The McCain platform is sounding more like McCarthyism with each desperate attempt to scare the US voters into the Republican camp.

On another note, I hope that Obama’s grandmother lives long enough to see him become President! For a second term!

Sarah Palin thinks she’s talking to French President Sarkozy
Hilarious prank call!
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NEWS
"Sarah Palin’s Alaska." is to be aired on "VERGE- Planet Green’s all-new primetime programming destination"

WRITE DISCOVERY CHANNEL AN EMAIL about it!

For example, I wrote-

You seriously intend giving Sarah Palin money to host a show on VERGE- Planet Green? So she can further her plan to influence American public opinion with her inane but ultimately dangerous views on ecology?

Please… reconsider airing "Sarah Palin’s Alaska." Be assured I WILL NOT WATCH IT, and will urge all my friends to do likewise. I will also be less likely to turn on your channel in the future if this is the kind of programming you intend to pursue in your new line-up.

Sincerely,
(ME)

3 contacts to Send to directly –
Contact 1- Chris Finnegan
Planet Green
VP, Communications
chris_finnegan@discovery.com
240.662.7589

Contact 2- Discovery’s Investor Relations department, please call (212) 548-5882 or toll-free (877) 324-5850, or email investor_relations@discovery.com

Contact 3- Peter Liguori Chief Operating Officer
COO@discovery.com

WHO IS (big surprise…) Peter Liguori was previously FOX network senior vice president, marketing

AND SAID THIS!

The eight-episode travelogue will “reveal Alaska’s powerful beauty as it has never been filmed, and as told by one of the state’s proudest daughters,” Peter Liguori, Discovery’s chief operating officer, said in a statement.
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Peter Liguori Chief Operating Officer Discovery Communications
Peter Liguori is a key member of Discovery Communications’ senior executive team, providing leadership and vision for the company’s operational organizations, including Marketing, Discovery Studios, Corporate Communications and Corporate Affairs, Business Affairs, and Media Technology, Production and Operations, as well as playing a key role in corporate budget and business decisions.
In addition to his operational role, Liguori chairs Discovery’s Content Committee comprised of U.S. Networks general managers with a focus on maximizing the value of the company’s marketing resources, network portfolio and overall corporate assets.
Liguori joined Fox / Liberty Networks in 1996 as senior vice president, marketing, for a new joint venture, which now includes Fox Sports Net, FX, Fox Sports World, SPEED and National Geographic Channel. Prior to joining Fox, Liguori was vice president, consumer marketing, at HBO. Prior to HBO, he worked in advertising at Ogilvy & Mather and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is a graduate cum laude of Yale University.
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Grand Canyon Railroad Depot
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This is the Grand Canyon Railroad Depot in the Grand Canyon Village just south of El Tovar Lodge.

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The Grand Canyon Depot has multiple aspects of significance. First, the building is one of approximately 14 log depots known to have been constructed in the United States, and it is one of three remaining. Out of those three, the Grand Canyon depot is the only one where logs were used as the primary structural material, rather than as ornament to make the building seem more rustic [1]. As an architectural symbol, the building served as the introduction to the Grand Canyon setting the tone for the visitor experience during days of train travel; and it continues to contribute a substantial sense of place to the area so painstakingly developed as a "destination resort" by the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. The depot is integrally connected with the development of El Tovar and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and as such had a major impact on revenues of the Santa Fe system and on the nation’s entire railway network through connecting service with other railroads. The depot is at the branch-line terminus of the only railroad line inside national park boundaries–the railroad came first and then the park was created. The massive publicity campaign undertaken by the Santa Fe increased public awareness of the Grand Canyon and undoubtedly aided in efforts to establish the area as a national park in 1919.

The first railroad into the Grand Canyon vicinity was the Santa Fe and Grand Canyon Railroad, organized in 1897. The company went bankrupt in 1900, when its tracks were still eight miles short of their South Rim destination. The Grand Canyon Railway, organized by a subsidiary of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, bought out the bankrupt short line and finished construction of the rails in 1901. The Railway developed the railroad yard and the luxurious El Tovar hotel and built a small frame depot to accommodate passengers coming and going. The boom in railroad tourism, brought about by railroad promotions of destination resorts like the South Rim, created the need for a larger depot that would contribute to the image the railway was seeking. The economic push behind the idea of a destination resort was not that the railway made money off accommodations when visitors came to an area and vacationed there for several weeks; their biggest revenues came from increased passenger traffic.

The use of the Grand Canyon–as a main resort and the key feature depicted in advertising and timetables–was so successful that the "Grand Canyon Line" which originally referred only to the branch line between Williams, Arizona, and the Grand Canyon, became synonymous with the entire Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway system.

To visitors the depot still represents the concept of a western national park: rustic and scenic. When train travel was the primary mode of getting to Grand Canyon even before the area was set aside as a park, the depot was the gateway through which they entered the developed area of the South Rim. The building’s style and ambience was perfect for the feeling of civilized frontier that the Railway created in their south rim development. The depot, with the "Grand Canyon" name prominently displayed on its front elevation, remains an architectural focal point continuing to draw attention to that rustic image. Today visitors are consistently causing traffic jams when they stop on the road to photograph that symbol of a national park. The building is the most photographed structure at Grand Canyon.

The architect of the depot was Francis Wilson, who designed a number of residences and community buildings around Santa Barbara, including a residence for Edward Payson Ripley, president of the Santa Fe Railway.