What happens when Pitch Perfect actress Brittany Snow uses her charm to talk sunscreen? Shoppers end up singing a different tune than what they expected. Snow, the new face of Coppertone® CLEARLYSheer®, helps prove that trusted protection doesn’t have to come in a tiny bottle with a fancy price tag. Through hidden cameras, she delights shoppers with Coppertone® CLEARLYSheer®, the breathable and light daily sunscreen that’s perfect for everyday protection.
Most people don’t expect a luxurious moisturizing sunscreen to come from Coppertone®. To help them understand it is possible, the brand masked CLEARLYSheer® as Le Clair, a non-existent new prestige sunscreen. Coppertone® then teamed up with Brittany to encourage shoppers to test the face-friendly product on their skin. While they unknowingly applied Coppertone® CLEARLYSheer®, they continually complimented its clean and lightweight formula. At the end, the product is revealed to be from Coppertone®! Is their reaction good or bad? Check out the video to see what shoppers had to say following the reveal! Are they pleasantly surprised? Did Brittany sell it in? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
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A rite of passage for many families is packing up the car and heading to a relative’s house to celebrate the holidays. Whether you’re flying part of the way or driving the entire distance, keeping the kids quiet and entertained is paramount to a stress-free trip. Just as important as going over your safety check list is packing your children’s favorite snacks, as well as activity bag chock full of mini board games, coloring books and puzzles. Wearing comfy clothes and bringing cozy blankets can also make a long (and sometimes COLD!) trip much more comfortable.
Travel expert and self-defined “über-busy working mom,” Amy E. Goodman is a pro when it comes to traveling with her family. She is available for live interviews to share with your viewers how to put together a stress-free, relaxing winter getaway – whether to the relative’s or a much needed winter escape!
Carhartt, America’s premium work wear brand since 1889, today launched its national fall integrated marketing campaign focused on the brand’s durable water repellent Rain Defender® technology available in select outerwear, sweatshirts, pants and accessories. The multi-week campaign features search and rescue crewmembers who don’t have the luxury of waiting for good weather; their workdays don’t get rain delays. The campaign will be shown across multiple broadcast and digital channels through December.
“Durable, high performance sweatshirts and outerwear are a necessity for anyone in the rugged outdoors who can’t stop because of weather. Carhartt’s products featuring Rain Defender® keep you dry by making water bead up and run off the fabric,” said Tony Ambroza, senior vice president of marketing at Carhartt. “This fall’s national campaign features real search and rescue crews from Creede, Colorado taking on rain, sleet and snow in a typical day’s work.”
Carhartt’s durable water repellent Rain Defender® gear includes Quick Duck® jackets, vests and bibs, Carhartt’s Shoreline and Force Equator outerwear, bibs and pants and Carhartt’s Rain Defender® equipped sweatshirts – zip-front, hoodie, mock or crewneck styles. Carhartt also offers tool bags and a selection of other gear also equipped to protect against the rain as well.
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Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. has brought year-round versatility and winter-weather safety together in one with Toyo® Celsius®, the revolutionary new variable-conditions tire. Toyo Tires® created the new segment called “Variable-Conditions” in order to define the unique capabilities of this product.
Built for the varying road conditions that drivers may face, Celsius picks up where all-season tires fall short. It provides better ice and snow traction than a typical all-season tire, yet offers the convenience of year-round use and a 60,000-mile treadwear warranty*. For vehicle owners, this means year-round versatility plus winter-weather safety… all in one tire.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7569251-las-vegas-2015-sema-show-autotrader/
God The Father Hidden in The Moon.
-God With Light in His Chest
-God Holding a Lamb
-God With Light Coming From His Stomach
-God Surrounded in Light
-God Playing a Guitar
-God Needing a Razor Shave
-A Bearded God
-God The Court Jester Joker
-God Wearing a Hat
-God Wearing a Suit of Armour
-God With His Lover
-God With His Arms Outstretched
-God Steering The Moon
-God's Face With Snow White Hair
Music- Swan Lake Suite OP 20
Now that spring is here, flooding will be a major concern for many parts of the country.
The Northeast and Midwest received an abundance of snow this winter. Boston alone received more than 108 inches, making 2014-2015 the snowiest season in the city’s history. Until the frozen ground thaws, melting snow and heavy rains cannot be absorbed and the excess water can overflow streams, rivers, and lakes. The average National Flood Insurance Program flood claim between 2010 and 2014 was more than $42,000. Without flood insurance, you could be left to carry the financial burden of flood damage.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7338651-iii-weather-flood-insurance/