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Duff Challenge Golf Tournament Attracts Amateurs

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Dunkin' Donuts is sponsoring the 2004 Duff Challenge, amateur one-day, two-player regional events, underway at more than 80 public golf courses across the United States. The events are open to any amateur player with a handicap index between 7.0 and ...

CC Restarts Hidden Case Promotion

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Canadian Club Whisky is reviving a promotion next month that will have consumers searching for hidden cases of the spirits, a quest that ends with an all-expense paid trip to the company's distillery in Canada and a pocket full of cash. The hunt begins ...

U.S. Open Kickoff Party Nets Five New Sponsors

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Tennis Magazine has attracted five new sponsors to its U.S. Open kickoff event held later this month in New York City. Balance Bars, Celebrex, Chrysler, Fidelity Investments and 7-UP PLUS will join Evian and Michelob Ultra as primary sponsors of the ...

NBC Ties In Universal With Olympics Promos

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NBC will leverage its recent merger with Universal to promote its coverage of the Summer Olympics, staging events at Universal's theme parks to entice viewers. "It's a great way for us to bring our around-the-clock coverage to our theme parks and ...

People Tours Wal-Mart for Fall

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People Magazine brings Hollywood to Wal-Mart with a 20-market tour kicking off this month. The People Live Tour runs Aug. 5-Nov. 14, with two-day stops at 25 Wal-Mart Supercenters. Shoppers get a red-carpet experience via booths hosted by tour sponsors ...

Motorsports Hall of Fame Hits the Road

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Detroit's Motorsports Hall of Fame of America announced today it will launch a unique, two-year traveling exhibit, set to premier during the Speedweek festivities just prior to the Daytona 500 in February. The mobile tour will create significant ...

Road Trip

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ONCE UPON A TIME, mobile marketing was as simple as a man wearing a sandwich board with an Eat At Joe's message. Then on-the-street marketing joined the

Howdy, Pardners

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Forget the stereotypes: Country music fans buy a whole lot more than pickup trucks and fried chicken and they may not even live in the country. Savvy

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