Tag : Saturday

Public Car Auction – Every Saturday 10: 30 AM Interstate Auto Auction,

small business saturday

Small business saturday Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

WOW!! 2014 Audi Q7 Only 49,000 Miles!! Retails For $34,000 Save Thousands like the Dealers at Auction!!

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

SUPER!! AMAZING 2013 INFINITI JX35 Great Running, Highway Miles! Retails for Nearly $15,000!!

Check Out Our Auction Video See Examples of Cars Selling to Customers

Need You Car Transported Home Nationally

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Public Auto Auctions

Interstate Auto Auction is an auto auction open to the public located in Salem, NH. Our public car auctions sell vehicles from dealer trade-ins, repossessions, lease ends, donated cars and more. At Interstate Auto Auction we want you to buy with confidence. You can TEST DRIVE any of the vehicles before the auction!! Feel Free to review our cars online. We also encourage you to read our about us page and our very helpful and transparent FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS GUIDE which answers over 20 questions that you may have about how we operate.

Interstate Auto Auction now offers you the option to pay for your auction online.

Small business saturday



Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century – Advertising Age, small

AdAge Top 15 Campaigns of the 21st Century

Small business saturday

In 1999, as the 20th century came to a close, the Ad Age staff set out to examine all the ways in which advertising has entertained, moved and motivated us over the years. We decided to rank the 100 best campaigns of the century, in a special issue, to celebrate their creativity and impact.

Small business saturday See the Best of the 20th Century:

Now, Advertising Age is updating this list with 15 of the best ad campaigns of the 21st Century. In the last 15 years, advertising and marketing, and the media it used to get out its messages, has experienced an incredible upheaval as digital media and interactivity changed the dynamics of how consumers see and pay attention brand messages.

Control shifted from marketers and traditional media timing their messages and forcing consumers to see ads as a trade-off for the content they wanted to see to the consumer wielding remote control and computer mouse. Traditional media found itself scrambling to stay relevant as digital media wreaked havoc with the guarantee that consumers were likely to see ad messages. Expensive journalism distributed free online amassed audience but not ad dollars and wiped out a whole generation of magazines and newspapers, while DVRs, podcasts, streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu challenged TV and radio models. Out of this massive shift, marketers and agencies got very innovative in turning these new tools to their advantage.

Several of these winning campaigns are on this list because they led the way in thinking about how to use these new tools effectively and entertainingly. Some of these ad campaigns are here because they changed the way consumers thought about the world around them and some are examples of great solid marketing built on spot-on insights and beautifully, perfectly executed.

Advertising Age tapped the expertise of leading creators and marketers to derive this list of 15. We asked our judges to consider three criteria, the same three questions that were used for the original Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century:

  1. Was it a watershed ad or campaign, discernibly changing the culture of advertising or the popular culture as a whole?
  2. If it itself was credited with creating a category, or if by its efforts a brand became entrenched in its category as No. 1.
  3. Was it simply unforgettable?

We gave the judges a list of 50 nominees from which to vote on their top 15 and then rank them. These winning campaigns are those that got the most judges votes to be on the list, and ranked the highest. Ad Age Members were also asked to weigh in on their picks, and you can see the results of that poll here.

One of the judges, Greg Hahn, CCO, BBDO New York, noted of the finalists, Looking at this list you can see what these executions have in common. They all have a strong voice, a POV, and a client that was willing to go outside of the tried and true. These all broke through because they broke out of the norm. They remain as standouts because they were inherently right for the brand. There are a million logical reasons why each of these shouldn t have worked. Thank God the right people ignored all of them.

WINNERS

JUDGES

BUY THE eBOOK

Small business saturday

The Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century will be part of the ebook, “Advertising Age: Top Ad Campaigns.” The ebook also includes the Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century. The ebook is available from these retailers: Amazon, Google Play, iBooks, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.



News Tribune, Central MO Breaking News, small business saturday.#Small #business #saturday


Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Opinion

Sports

Nation & World

More Area News

Veterans Day honors future service as well past

Small business saturday

Tribute to veterans spans generations

Small business saturday

Heisinger Bluffs honors residents service

Small business saturday

Highlights

Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday

Latest

Johnson needs win to chase 8th NASCAR championship

MU men s basketball tops Iowa State in front of sellout crowd

Blaney wins pole for playoff race at Phoenix

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman: I was abused by doctor

Statue of former Missouri coach Norm Stewart unveiled

Missouri hosts Tennessee team dealing with numerous injuries

Jerry Jones: Objection to Goodell deal not about Elliott ban

Missouri hoops teams, wrestling adding athletes to 2018 class

Cowboys Morris ready to replace Elliott at RB

Missouri women s basketball upset in season opener

College Volleyball: Engelbrecht surpasses 5,000 career assists

S. Callaway student assaults school staff member

Holts Summit aldermen discuss sign ordinance

Veteran s military career spans US Army, state regiment, Marine Corps

Rotary car raffle benefits local groups

Calendar

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Special Sections

Small business saturday

Veteran s military career spans US Army, state regiment, Marine Corps

Small business saturday

Rotary car raffle benefits local groups

Small business saturday

Multiple thefts among grand jury indictments

Small business saturday

Ruebling Band heading to Finke Theater

Small business saturday

Country and bluegrass Mid-Missouri legends unite to release new CD

Small business saturday

WWU hosts annual faculty art show

Opinion

Small business saturday

Perspective: A clean Missouri is a free Missouri

Small business saturday

Your Opinion: Community members should do part to help LU

Small business saturday

Your Opinion: What s really happening with the Boy Scouts?

Sports

Small business saturday

Johnson needs win to chase 8th NASCAR championship

Small business saturday

MU men s basketball tops Iowa State in front of sellout crowd

Small business saturday

Blaney wins pole for playoff race at Phoenix

National

Small business saturday

1st trial stemming from Texas biker fight ends in mistrial

Small business saturday

Tax split poses big challenge for Congress

Small business saturday

Marine instructor gets 10 years for abuse

More Area News

Small business saturday

The Fulton Sun

Small business saturday

The California Democrat

Small business saturday

Copyright, Privacy Policy, Terms Conditions – Copyright 2016, News Tribune Publishing. All rights reserved. This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of News Tribune Publishing.



Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century – Advertising Age, small

AdAge Top 15 Campaigns of the 21st Century

Small business saturday

In 1999, as the 20th century came to a close, the Ad Age staff set out to examine all the ways in which advertising has entertained, moved and motivated us over the years. We decided to rank the 100 best campaigns of the century, in a special issue, to celebrate their creativity and impact.

Small business saturday See the Best of the 20th Century:

Now, Advertising Age is updating this list with 15 of the best ad campaigns of the 21st Century. In the last 15 years, advertising and marketing, and the media it used to get out its messages, has experienced an incredible upheaval as digital media and interactivity changed the dynamics of how consumers see and pay attention brand messages.

Control shifted from marketers and traditional media timing their messages and forcing consumers to see ads as a trade-off for the content they wanted to see to the consumer wielding remote control and computer mouse. Traditional media found itself scrambling to stay relevant as digital media wreaked havoc with the guarantee that consumers were likely to see ad messages. Expensive journalism distributed free online amassed audience but not ad dollars and wiped out a whole generation of magazines and newspapers, while DVRs, podcasts, streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu challenged TV and radio models. Out of this massive shift, marketers and agencies got very innovative in turning these new tools to their advantage.

Several of these winning campaigns are on this list because they led the way in thinking about how to use these new tools effectively and entertainingly. Some of these ad campaigns are here because they changed the way consumers thought about the world around them and some are examples of great solid marketing built on spot-on insights and beautifully, perfectly executed.

Advertising Age tapped the expertise of leading creators and marketers to derive this list of 15. We asked our judges to consider three criteria, the same three questions that were used for the original Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century:

  1. Was it a watershed ad or campaign, discernibly changing the culture of advertising or the popular culture as a whole?
  2. If it itself was credited with creating a category, or if by its efforts a brand became entrenched in its category as No. 1.
  3. Was it simply unforgettable?

We gave the judges a list of 50 nominees from which to vote on their top 15 and then rank them. These winning campaigns are those that got the most judges votes to be on the list, and ranked the highest. Ad Age Members were also asked to weigh in on their picks, and you can see the results of that poll here.

One of the judges, Greg Hahn, CCO, BBDO New York, noted of the finalists, Looking at this list you can see what these executions have in common. They all have a strong voice, a POV, and a client that was willing to go outside of the tried and true. These all broke through because they broke out of the norm. They remain as standouts because they were inherently right for the brand. There are a million logical reasons why each of these shouldn t have worked. Thank God the right people ignored all of them.

WINNERS

JUDGES

BUY THE eBOOK

Small business saturday

The Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century will be part of the ebook, “Advertising Age: Top Ad Campaigns.” The ebook also includes the Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century. The ebook is available from these retailers: Amazon, Google Play, iBooks, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.



News Tribune, Central MO Breaking News, small business saturday.#Small #business #saturday


Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Opinion

Sports

Nation & World

More Area News

Veterans Day honors future service as well past

Small business saturday

Tribute to veterans spans generations

Small business saturday

Heisinger Bluffs honors residents service

Small business saturday

Highlights

Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday Small business saturday

Latest

Johnson needs win to chase 8th NASCAR championship

MU men s basketball tops Iowa State in front of sellout crowd

Blaney wins pole for playoff race at Phoenix

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman: I was abused by doctor

Statue of former Missouri coach Norm Stewart unveiled

Missouri hosts Tennessee team dealing with numerous injuries

Jerry Jones: Objection to Goodell deal not about Elliott ban

Missouri hoops teams, wrestling adding athletes to 2018 class

Cowboys Morris ready to replace Elliott at RB

Missouri women s basketball upset in season opener

College Volleyball: Engelbrecht surpasses 5,000 career assists

S. Callaway student assaults school staff member

Holts Summit aldermen discuss sign ordinance

Veteran s military career spans US Army, state regiment, Marine Corps

Rotary car raffle benefits local groups

Calendar

Small business saturday

Small business saturday

Special Sections

Small business saturday

Veteran s military career spans US Army, state regiment, Marine Corps

Small business saturday

Rotary car raffle benefits local groups

Small business saturday

Multiple thefts among grand jury indictments

Small business saturday

Ruebling Band heading to Finke Theater

Small business saturday

Country and bluegrass Mid-Missouri legends unite to release new CD

Small business saturday

WWU hosts annual faculty art show

Opinion

Small business saturday

Perspective: A clean Missouri is a free Missouri

Small business saturday

Your Opinion: Community members should do part to help LU

Small business saturday

Your Opinion: What s really happening with the Boy Scouts?

Sports

Small business saturday

Johnson needs win to chase 8th NASCAR championship

Small business saturday

MU men s basketball tops Iowa State in front of sellout crowd

Small business saturday

Blaney wins pole for playoff race at Phoenix

National

Small business saturday

1st trial stemming from Texas biker fight ends in mistrial

Small business saturday

Tax split poses big challenge for Congress

Small business saturday

Marine instructor gets 10 years for abuse

More Area News

Small business saturday

The Fulton Sun

Small business saturday

The California Democrat

Small business saturday

Copyright, Privacy Policy, Terms Conditions – Copyright 2016, News Tribune Publishing. All rights reserved. This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of News Tribune Publishing.



Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century – Advertising Age, small

AdAge Top 15 Campaigns of the 21st Century

Small business saturday

In 1999, as the 20th century came to a close, the Ad Age staff set out to examine all the ways in which advertising has entertained, moved and motivated us over the years. We decided to rank the 100 best campaigns of the century, in a special issue, to celebrate their creativity and impact.

Small business saturday See the Best of the 20th Century:

Now, Advertising Age is updating this list with 15 of the best ad campaigns of the 21st Century. In the last 15 years, advertising and marketing, and the media it used to get out its messages, has experienced an incredible upheaval as digital media and interactivity changed the dynamics of how consumers see and pay attention brand messages.

Control shifted from marketers and traditional media timing their messages and forcing consumers to see ads as a trade-off for the content they wanted to see to the consumer wielding remote control and computer mouse. Traditional media found itself scrambling to stay relevant as digital media wreaked havoc with the guarantee that consumers were likely to see ad messages. Expensive journalism distributed free online amassed audience but not ad dollars and wiped out a whole generation of magazines and newspapers, while DVRs, podcasts, streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu challenged TV and radio models. Out of this massive shift, marketers and agencies got very innovative in turning these new tools to their advantage.

Several of these winning campaigns are on this list because they led the way in thinking about how to use these new tools effectively and entertainingly. Some of these ad campaigns are here because they changed the way consumers thought about the world around them and some are examples of great solid marketing built on spot-on insights and beautifully, perfectly executed.

Advertising Age tapped the expertise of leading creators and marketers to derive this list of 15. We asked our judges to consider three criteria, the same three questions that were used for the original Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century:

  1. Was it a watershed ad or campaign, discernibly changing the culture of advertising or the popular culture as a whole?
  2. If it itself was credited with creating a category, or if by its efforts a brand became entrenched in its category as No. 1.
  3. Was it simply unforgettable?

We gave the judges a list of 50 nominees from which to vote on their top 15 and then rank them. These winning campaigns are those that got the most judges votes to be on the list, and ranked the highest. Ad Age Members were also asked to weigh in on their picks, and you can see the results of that poll here.

One of the judges, Greg Hahn, CCO, BBDO New York, noted of the finalists, Looking at this list you can see what these executions have in common. They all have a strong voice, a POV, and a client that was willing to go outside of the tried and true. These all broke through because they broke out of the norm. They remain as standouts because they were inherently right for the brand. There are a million logical reasons why each of these shouldn t have worked. Thank God the right people ignored all of them.

WINNERS

JUDGES

BUY THE eBOOK

Small business saturday

The Top 15 Ad Campaigns of the 21st Century will be part of the ebook, “Advertising Age: Top Ad Campaigns.” The ebook also includes the Top 100 Ad Campaigns of the 20th Century. The ebook is available from these retailers: Amazon, Google Play, iBooks, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.



Be a neighborhood champion – Shop Small® – American Express, Small Business

#small business saturday

#

BRING THE DAY HOME

Looking for ideas on how you can get your community involved in your Small Business Saturday celebration? Download our Event Guides inspired by past Neighborhood Champions.

WELCOME STATION: INSPIRED BY HUTCHINSON AREA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & TOURISM, MN

The Hutchinson Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism gave everyone a game plan for getting the most out of the day with fun treats along the way. Make Shop Small® Welcome Station shoppers’ first stop of the day! How They Did It

Includes:

Poster, Customizable Flyers, Social Posts

NIGHT OUT: INSPIRED BY THE PARTNERS FOR PROGRESS, NY

This downtown association helped make Small Business Saturday night just as big as the day. This year, help your neighborhood continue to celebrate small business into the night. How They Did It

Includes:

Poster, Table Tent, Social Posts

#SHOPSMALL SELFIE: INSPIRED BY CITY OF DOUGLAS MAIN STREET MERCHANT ASSOCIATION, GA

This association organized a Selfie Event that let people show support for small businesses with more than a purchase. Get one going in your neighborhood. How They Did It

Includes:

Signage, Social Posts

SCAVENGER HUNT: INSPIRED BY BELAIR-EDISON NEIGHBORHOODS, INC. MD

This organization encouraged people to visit more local small businesses by creating a Scavenger Hunt on the day. Set the course for one in your neighborhood. How They Did It

Includes:

Blank Map, Signage, Social Posts



Small Business Saturday #business #partners


#small business saturday

#

Small Business Saturday

When: November 26, 2016
Where: Downtown Rochester

Shop Small on November 26th and join the nation in celebrating Small Business Saturday. November 26th marks the seventh annual Small Business Saturday, a day to support the local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. Small Business Saturday was created in 2010 in response to small business owners most pressing need: more customers.

Created by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday serves as the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season for small businesses across the United States. In 2014, nearly 3,000 Neighborhood Champions rallied local businesses and created events and activities to drive shopping at small businesses around the country. The day was also championed by elected officials in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. including President Obama, and in 2014, Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede officially declared the last Saturday in November Small Business Saturday.

Spread the Word: Marketing Resources

Address

4 3rd Street SW, Suite B
Rochester, MN 55902

Phone
Subscribe to E-Newsletter


Shop Small – Small Business Saturday #business #website #design


#small business saturday

#

Browse:

Shop Small Small Business Saturday

On the 28th of November Downtown Anchorage is participating in Shop Small Business Saturday. a nation wide event put on by American Express to promote shopping at local small businesses! Every day is a big day for small businesses. Help make Small Business Saturday the biggest day yet. Learn how to get involved on the 28th. #ShopSmall
Anchorage Downtown Partnership is the official neighborhood champion for downtown Anchorage! We are gathering all small, local businesses in the downtown area and are rallying them to help bring awareness to Shop Small Small Business Saturday on November 28th. We have asked each participating business to provide a special or discount the day of, which will be advertise at our Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony and will be featured in the Anchorage PRESS!

Don’t begin your shopping unprepared!

The event will kick off Friday, November 27th at the AT T Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony in Town Square at 6 p.m.

Come to the Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony, and collect your very own Shop Small tote filled with prizes, exclusive deals from local small businesses, and a map of participating merchants. This map will also be printed in the Anchorage PRESS and made available online on our website, Facebook and twitter!

This is definitely an amazing day you don’t want to miss! So, support your community and snag some great deals while doing it. We’ll see you on Saturday!

What: Shop Small Saturday
When: November 28th, All Day
Where: Downtown Anchorage from 9th Avenue to 1st Avenue and from Gamble to L Street

Remember *Get your totes with Shop Small Deals on Friday, November 27th at the AT T Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony! Additional coupons and deals for shopping on the 28th will be placed inside each tote!*

The Anchorage PRESS will also be printing our official participating business Shop Small map and showcasing the specials for event goers the weekend of.

upcoming events

proud partner

ADP, Ltd. PURPOSE

ADP, Ltd. VISION

SEARCH OUR SITE



Small Business Saturday #home #business #ideas


#small business saturday

#

Small Business Saturday

When: November 26, 2016
Where: Downtown Rochester

Shop Small on November 26th and join the nation in celebrating Small Business Saturday. November 26th marks the seventh annual Small Business Saturday, a day to support the local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. Small Business Saturday was created in 2010 in response to small business owners most pressing need: more customers.

Created by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday serves as the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season for small businesses across the United States. In 2014, nearly 3,000 Neighborhood Champions rallied local businesses and created events and activities to drive shopping at small businesses around the country. The day was also championed by elected officials in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. including President Obama, and in 2014, Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede officially declared the last Saturday in November Small Business Saturday.

Spread the Word: Marketing Resources

Address

4 3rd Street SW, Suite B
Rochester, MN 55902

Phone
Subscribe to E-Newsletter