Premier a l’ironman de Hawaii, 3.8km a la force des bras, 180km en handibike et un marathon. Marc est un athlete hors pair qui poursuit ses reves meme sans ses jambes. partagez aussi votre parcours avec Johnnie Walker sur www.johnniewalker.com
In 1995, R.J. Reynolds targeted gays in a marketing campaign titled Project SCUM. Today, an edgy Delicious Lesbian Kisses (DLK) campaign draws attention to smoking among lesbians; The Network for LGBT Health Equity helps bridge the gap between Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) organizations and tobacco control funding; and the CRUSH campaign uses ‘cuties’ to spread the message that being tobacco free is sexy.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53121-legacy-report-tobacco-control-in-lgbt-communities
More than 20 million Americans are currently affected by cataracts, and a new survey from AARP Media Sales and Alcon, the global leader in eye care, found that there are many questions and misperceptions among baby boomers about the condition, their options and how to treat it.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/63529-alcon-and-a-a-r-p-mark-world-sight-day-first-live-cataract-education-event
The UNCF in partnership with the Ad Council, announced today the launch of Better Futures, a national multimedia public service effort that will build on their 41-year old campaign to help African American students get to and through college.
Created pro bono by Y&R, new Better Futures PSAs transform the idea of donating to a cause to a more powerful idea of investing in the future, including the introduction of a stock for social change, where people can see the direct social return of their investment. Economists were consulted for the campaign and developed an algorithm to show the social return of donating just $10 to UNCF, including the impact on earnings, crime savings and health savings.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/61200-uncf-ad-council-better-futures-campaign-african-american-education
Back to school is right around the corner and with it comes the chaos of school year routines! The to-do list for families before classes begin is extensive: getting the kids ready on time, making sure they get to school safely, preparing lunches in a pinch, and the list keeps going on! With so much to do, even the most put together parent might feel overwhelmed.
If anyone knows how to get a family on the move and into a seamless routine, it’s parenting expert Colleen Burns: she raised six sons! On Tuesday, August 8, Colleen is available for live interviews to discuss her top tips for getting parents (and kids!) ready for the school year to begin.