Whether you cheerfully volunteered or were volunteered by Grandma, it’s your turn to host the big family holiday feast. That new home you just purchased or the kitchen you just renovated has you in the holiday spirit, so you think you’re more than fine having the family over for one festive night.
Breaking the habit of staying home this Christmas will reward you with a holiday you’ll never forget. Whether your winter getaway is filled with Christmas traditions and nippy air or makes a radical break by taking you to warmer climates, taking off this holiday is one experience you’re guaranteed to cherish.
Summer is officially over – leaves are starting to change color and the ‘pumpkin spiced everything’ craze is in full motion. In marketing, every new season breathes a new story, and it’s always important for businesses to tailor their strategy to what is relevant. Customers needs and moods change depending on the time of year, so do their spending habits.
The Labor Day holiday was designed to give employees and team-members the day off but for businesses, it is an opportunity to create additional revenue.
With so many businesses competing for consumer attention, digital signage gives businesses a head start in the Labor Day marketing game.
It enables businesses to be creative in how they communicate with their customers and how they celebrate the long weekend.
According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), Americans will spend more than $6 billion on Fourth of July food and festivities. This means businesses need to start looking for creative ways to ensure that they get a bigger piece of the pie.
Is your business ready for the Memorial Day weekend?
“Hurry up and wait.”
This could very easily be the tagline for the air travel industry.