03/07/2017 - 2:21pm

The Find Yourself, Find the Finish Line campaign focuses on themes of motivation, adversity and preparation – three elements common to every athlete's journey.

03/07/2017 - 1:17pm

The Glucose Health “Only at Walmart” television ad campaign is airing across primetime and daytime rotations on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel, Game Show Network, Lifetime and TV Land.

03/07/2017 - 1:11pm

With current Coty consumer beauty president Esi Eggleston Bracey leaving the company for personal reasons at the end of March, the company has chosen a Unilever executive to head up the division, effective May 15.

03/06/2017 - 4:41pm
Motley Fool is reporting on Bran Keys’ latest Customer Loyalty Engagement index, which found that Coors is the beer with the highest level of brand engagement among Americans. The engagement, as defined by Brand Keys’ president, Robert Passikoff, is a “measure of how well a brand meets expectations consumers hold for the path-to-purchase drivers in a given category.” Following Coors was Corona at No. 2, Samuel Adams and Yuengling tied for third place, Michelob at No. 4 and Budweiser ranked fifth. (Motley Fool)
03/06/2017 - 4:35pm

Besides being exclusive to Prime members, the new line is defined as premium products and with transparency into where they are sourced, according to Amazon’s website.

03/06/2017 - 4:12pm

Quri recently shared the results of its study examining the importance of continuous in-store merchandising execution data in helping health and beauty brands drive increased return on investment during awards season. 

03/06/2017 - 2:27pm

Ritz Crisp and Thins are available in sea salt, cream cheese and onion, salt and vinegar and bacon.

03/06/2017 - 12:31pm

In Mark Chodnowsky's  new role at Kline, he will be responsible for prospecting new clients and reinforcing current client relationships.

03/06/2017 - 12:16pm

Costco is returning a much-coveted own-brand golf ball, the Costco Kirland Signature Performance One, to the shelves following approval by the U.S. Golf Association as of March 1, according to a report published by MyGolfSpy. The new ball replaces a previous Kirkland Performance ball that absolutely shook up the golf  ball industry, Forbes reported Friday. Not only did those balls retail for just $15 per dozen, the balls performed well on the course, too. And when word got out to golf enthusiasts, Costco allegedly sold out. "With the excitement that this ball generated in its previous incarnation, it's almost a given that the demand will be similar when it does return," Forbes suggested. (Forbes)