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Since most Super Bowls don’t end with boneheaded decisions to not use one of the best running backs in the NFL from the one-yard line, most of the water cooler talk the next day usually centers on the barrage of commercials. With commercial prices for this year’s championship game hitting $4.5 million in some instances, it’s important for companies to deliver a powerful message during the allotted time slot. Budweiser’s ads are always a big part of Super Bowl Sunday, and while they usually run the gamut from pithy pitches to heartwarming tales of puppies and Clydesdales, the “Brewed the Hard Way” spot raised a few eyebrows in the craft beer community... [click headline for more]
As it turns out, it has been legal all along for pizza parlors, sports bars, Chinese restaurants or any other restaurant to deliver beer to their customers. In fact, a food establishment with the right license can deliver up to two six-packs of beer to a customer, even if he or she decided against ordering pizza, wings or moo goo gai pan. The truth is, no one knew it was legal — including the state Liquor Control Board — until the board recently was asked, “Why not?” “A licensee asked the question and our legal office offered a clarification,” said LCB spokeswoman Stacy Kriedeman. And that legal opinion concluded that “the code is silent on it. There is nothing prohibiting it.” That licensee, Peter Gaeth of Meadville, received the positive LCB response dated Dec. 5 that he was permitted
Have you all but given up on publicizing your small business to newspapers, TV, magazines and radio, instead focusing all your efforts on social media marketing? You could be making a big mistake. A study done this summer showed that despite the prevalence of social media, blogs and websites, Americans still find traditional media the most trustworthy source of information. Here’s what you need to know to get publicity in traditional media.
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