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Tag Archives: branding
A new commercial highlighting Disney Parks as “The Place Where Dreams Come True” is a well produced minute-long video that attempts to capture the spirit of why kids love to visit Disney’s theme parks so much. Of course, there’s no … Continue reading
I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn’t April Fools when the news of The Walt Disney Company’s latest acquisition rolled across my screen. Disney is now the proud owner of Marvel Entertainment at a cost of … Continue reading
No less than 4 people have forward this NY Times article on the new ‘family lifestyle’ look for The Disney Brand. The most expensive piece of clothing sold by the Walt Disney Company six years ago was a $75 sweatshirt … Continue reading
When last we heard of the Jostens Center it was just concept art. But now it’s nearing completion and ready to open for thousands of amateur and professional athletes to compete and train in. Looks pretty good. The state of … Continue reading