Looking for your March Madness Cinderella story? Look no further than the darling Eagles of Florida Gulf Coast University.
The first No. 15 seed to ever make it to the Sweet 16, the Eagles from Fort Myers, Florida take on big brother, the University of Florida, this Friday.
Beyond the glory and immortality that comes with taking home a prestigious NCAA National Championship trophy, lies the unmatched visibility March Madness provides a school like FGCU.
This March, you’re invited to take part in the inaugural Dunkin’ Day Bracket Challenge! All you have to do is predict how this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament will shake out for your shot to win everything from customized shot glasses to some Duncan/Day swag.
So go ahead and get started by registering here!
It’s been said that competition brings out the best in people. In a free market economy like the one found here in the U.S., competition drives innovation, improvements and fosters greater creativity – particularly in the realm of advertising.
While there’s no shortage of rivalries in the U.S. economy, there are however a handful of business rivals that not only butt heads, but also make it oh so fun for us consumers to watch. I give to you The Three Best Rivalries in Advertising
Facebook unveiled yet another update on Thursday – this time revealing an updated look for its News Feed feature, one that is now consistent across all channels (Web, mobile, tablet).
“Today we’re announcing a new layout of Facebook designed to reduce clutter and focus more on stories from the people and Pages you care about,” the company stated in a press release Thursday.