Posts By: Chris Dugas

What Happens in Vegas…

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When most people think of Las Vegas, they think of Sin City. Proudly advertising the slogan, “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”, this popular travel destination obviously targets a younger, party hardy demographic. But more and more, Las Vegas is becoming a popular city for families to visit. While most of the nightlife definitely caters to a more […]

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Review

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I was looking forward to seeing the film Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax for a variety of reasons. Firstly, as mentioned in a previous post, both myself and my family are big fans of Dr. Seuss. I have also mentioned previously how much I enjoy watching good animated movies. And finally, knowing the subject matter had to deal with environmental […]

Dolcetto Risto Review

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After enjoying numerous meals at Bertoldi’s Trattoria on Richmond Street, in London, Ontario, we were pretty excited when we found out restaurateur extraordinaire, Bob DiFruscia was opening another Italian eatery on Colonel Talbot Road in the Talbot Village plaza. We waited a couple weeks for the Dolcetto Risto team to get the opening week jitters […]

Marketing Valentine’s Day 2012

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Holidays always present a great opportunity for marketers to help their clients craft targeted campaigns to take full advantage of the gift-buying frenzy. Valentine’s Day is second only to Christmas when it comes to the most popular gift-giving days of the year, so don’t miss the chance to have your products or services front and […]

Twitter Spawns Sports Fan’s Dream Week

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I was pretty blown away when I read about Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Antonio Brown connecting with a fan via Twitter, and then proceeding to basically spend the entire week with the guy hitting bars and restaurants, working out and attending charity events together. As a big sports fan myself, that would be a pretty […]