understanding the power of your brand
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Once the business’ mission and values are known, every other element of the business and branding program can be built upon it. Condensing these into a brand promise that is easily understood and accepted both inside and outside the business is a crucial first step. While it can be done in house, many companies hire an outside marketing or advertising consultant to assist..
Rhymer’s father and grandfather were Smithsonian taxidermists. And they showed him tricks he says are a dying art in museums. His tiny backroom workspace is filled with gorilla death masks, fake beaks and eyeballs, and grim little tools like a whirring wire wheel he is using to strip the fat from the corpse of a pintail duck.
Fontainebleau There is arguably no greater symbol of the valley’s economic struggles than the unfinished $2.9 billion would be Strip resort that became the nation’s largest commercial construction project to go bankrupt. Bankruptcy Court auction last year for a mere $150 million, one gaming analyst has said it could be at least 2015 before the 63 floor, 3,815 room hotel opens. In a sign of the times, some of its prized furnishings were sold to other hotels..
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