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Jerry Brown signs bill allowing dogs at restaurants

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By Jeremy B. White 

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Published: Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 – 9:14 pm

With a swipe of his pen, Gov. Jerry Brown has ensured Sutter can tag along to some bars and restaurants.

Assembly Bill 1965 makes it easier to bring your pet next time you dine out or grab a drink. The bill permits dogs to join owners at the outdoor sections of food establishments, provided the canine companions are under control and not barred by a city ordinance or a restaurant owner.

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The San Francisco 49ers Spent Roughly $125 Million on the Technology System at Their New Stadium Massive WiFi system
By Jason Campbell

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Fans of the San Francisco 49ers have a whole new reason to attend games with smartphones in hand. The NFL team’s newly opened home, Levi’s Stadium, has been equipped with a massive WiFi system that makes it easy for fans to gain admission, find seating, send texts, order food, locate restrooms and view replays.

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Sneakernomics; Marketing With Millennials
Matt Powell

 

No—that’s not a typo. Brands used market to Boomers; Successful brands market with Millennials. Read on:

Who are the Millennials?

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Carol has an extensive background in promotional advertising as well as co-operative and vendor funding. Most recently Carol has been responsible for media planning and buying for a cellular service, several government agencies, and several health initiatives.

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Political Advertising: It’s more than just TV time…
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Typically, a U.S. consumer spends 25 hours each month engaged with Internet media, versus over 150 hours engaged with television according to the Television Advertising Bureau. In spite of this claim, it is undeniable that digital advertising will play a larger role in the 2012 election cycle than at any point in history.
 

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