Super Bowl

Beso Del Sol, Berkshire East and Blue Apron #BesoBowl

February 7, 2016

  Three of our favorite things for Super Bowl weekend this year are Beso Del Sol, Blue Apron and Berkshire East Ski Resort in Charlemont, Massachusetts. As you know from many of our past blogs, our family just loves Super Bowl because all the festivities around the game create great opportunities for family fun and bonding. Beso Del Sol This year we kicked off Super Bowl Weekend by hosting a Beso Del Sol sampling event at our beloved ski hill, Berkshire East Ski Resort in Charlemont, Massachusetts. Over 93 friends enjoyed this wonderfully refreshing adult beverage. It is both low in calories and low […]

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Travel-Mommy: Review: Family Trip to SuperBowl 47: New Orleans

February 7, 2013

The boys at the NFL Experience at the NOLA convention Center   Travel-Mommy: Family Trip to Super Bowl 47 Our family has always dreamed of attending a Super Bowl. We “soccer moms”just love  taking our families to major sporting events! So when we moved to Houston, we promised the children that we would make the road trip to New Orleans for the big game. Send to Kindle

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Tech Mommy: The Nokia Windows Phone Survives Our Family

February 5, 2013

The Verizon Nokia Lumia 822 Windows Phone has become our best friend. As crazy busy soccer moms trying to balance it all, the amazing features of the phone allow us to manage everyday life and keep it simple. Our smart phone “command center” helps us find our way through the chaos of three children and their often overwhelming schedules. It even keeps our 7-year-old occupied with her own Kids corner area–her personal section of games and Apps that we as parents feel comfortable approving.  She can even watch a movie on Netflix which bought us peace and quiet during our recent road trip […]

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Insights on 2013 Super Bowl Advertising

January 30, 2013

The 2013 SuperBowl is sure to be the most tech savvy advertising event yet. Super Bowl advertising can live stream on smartphones Apps, spur constant and instant social media engagement and has its own Youtube channel. Voting for your favorite Super Bowl ad is rampant across the entertainment industry with key examples like Are Ads the best part? Per Adweek, American adults prefer watching Super Bowl commercials to the game itself, according to a survey by Chicago-based market research company Lab42. Of the 500 respondents age 18+, 39 percent said that the commercials were their favorite part of the game while 28 […]

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Olympic sponsorships and another great commercial celebrating Moms from P&G

July 25, 2012

Only two days to the Olympics and counting. We can’t wait for the opening ceremony on Friday night.  To celebrate the Games, P&G just introduced another ad campaign celebrating Moms on Facebook. This campaign continues the same appreciation of moms as the Mother’s Day spot. Moms do have the most important job in the world and can never be thanked enough. Meanwhile, the Olympics will be a gold mine for brands like P&G. Per Adweek, the Olympics with generate $6-7Billion in sponsorships and advertising revenue. NBC’s Beijing Games was the very definition of a blockbuster, averaging 27.7 million viewers over 17 […]

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NCAA March Madness Insights II

March 21, 2012

Last year, we took clients the Big East at Madison Square garden which was quite the spectacle.  The crowd seemed to be comprised over 40,000 men and only ten or so women. Meanwhile, watching grown men cry when Syracuse lost presented a very interesting window into the male sports psyche. Men are truly connected to their sports teams in unique ways. This may explain why workplace productivity will be lost during the tourney. American workers were projected to spend a total of almost 8.4 million hours watching March Madness games online at work last year, up 20% from the previous year. This year, features free streaming on mobile devices […]

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March Madness Insights: the next big ad event

March 15, 2012

Yesterday we turned in our Final Four brackets on Yahoo. March Madness is the next advertising bonanza. Per Smart Money, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is big business — second only to the Super Bowl in terms of ad sales. A :30 second commercial during one of the last two rounds of the tournament costs around $1.2 million, far more than a $440,0000 spot during the World Series, and more than three times the cost of an ad during the NBA championship, according to Kantar Media, a research firm. Those high prices are partly due to the tournament’s “protected” spot […]

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Favorite ads from the Oscars

March 1, 2012

  With over 39.3 million viewers the Oscars delivered well for Brand marketers. While the social media buzz focused on wardrobe issues of the celebrities (Angelina) vs the ads, the Academy awards gave a big bang for the buck. Diet Coke used a wonderful tag line…”Not all the stars are on the screen. Stay extraordinary”. This ad significantly outperformed the Super Bowl Bears on the snowfa. We were very impressed that Oikos did another mass market ad. The pool-out of the Super Bowl campaign featuring John Stamos at a party attracts attention, but we like the version where he got head-butted better. So what did […]

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