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Now You Can Drink Those Marshmallow #Peeps
March 6th, 2015 by Cindy Wendland
Those sugary marshmallow sweet treats called Peeps have brand staying power. We had them as kids, and our kids ask for them at Easter and beyond. Now Peeps & Company, in conjunction with Prairie Farms, is offering a Peeps drink to get that same great flavor in another form. Remember when Coke teamed up with Prairie Farms a little while ago to bring a higher-protein, lower-sugar premium milk...

Duracell 'Quantum' Name Questioned
March 5th, 2015 by Cindy Wendland
We love the ads on Yahoo Mail. Today we saw one for Duracell Quantum. Our children are older, so we don’t buy as many batteries as we used to, so somehow this product got past us. Who knew? We didn’t. Two of the ways Duracell focused on reaching people was through football and disaster relief.
OpenTable Wants a Cozier Relationship for Customers and Restaurants
March 4th, 2015 by Andrea Jackson
The most memorable experiences occur during gatherings at Sunday dinner, midweek lunch, Saturday brunch, or a family breakfast. Nothing is more frustrating than trying to make reservations at a restaurant on weekends, holidays, or other special occasions and the phone rings and rings. By the time the hostess picks up the phone, it is too noisy to hear anything...
Extending the Brand of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' to Wine #redsatin #whitesilk
March 4th, 2015 by Cindy Wendland
You love it or you hate it. You read it or you didn’t. Originally, we didn’t want to read the trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey because we didn’t want to have to admit we had read it. We finally broke down and read all three, and found the final book the best (love happy endings). On a recent catch-up night with a friend, we found the Fifty Shades of Grey wine being promoted at a local German restaurant. We sampled both the red (Red Satin) and the white (White Silk) and found them both to be enjoyable. My friend drank the red for the evening. Since wine played a big role in the stories, the author E.L. James thought it would be fitting and fun...
Say Hello to New MacDonald
March 3rd, 2015 by Justine Huffman
The war on our food is in full effect, with GMO enthusiasts and organic advocates paving the way. Only Organic, a member of team pro-organic food, vows to educate the public on the meaning of “going organic” by addressing the environmental and...
A Phone System for Entrepreneurs
March 3rd, 2015 by Cindy Wendland
Identifying, targeting, and reaching your client base can be tricky. Grasshopper is a virtual phone system designed for entrepreneurs and small businesses. They define themselves as being...
Is Nickelodeon Ruining Our Preschoolers' Social Skills?
March 2nd, 2015 by Cindy Wendland
Nickelodeon is rolling out a new service aimed at preschoolers. The $6-a-month service, called Noggin, will have new games and activities along with archives of shows no longer on any of Nickelodeon's TV channels. The service will be free of ads and initially available on Apple mobile devices with the Android version coming soon. We have mixed feelings on this. In this era of “faces down to the screen,” are we advocating that preschoolers watch more on the screen? We understand kids need things to do and enjoy watching games and shows.
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