Travel Ban Lawsuits Begin to Roll In From Opponents

Many oppose the travel band and find it racist and discriminatory. It is sparking many lawsuits. Many predicted that this would happen because whole groups of people are being singled out here. There are many laws which seem like they’d disallow this and that’s what the litigants hope to see happen in court so the people can still be treated equally...

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Luxury Brands Are Beating Mass-Market Brands Across Social Media

You can follow brands on social media and can then interact with them. Many do business this way. Luxury brands are doing well. They are even doing better than mass market brands. Social media is a great way to advertise and to find new customers since interaction is so easy. Brands can also offer special deals and discounts this way. Luxury Brands Are Beating...

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Luxury Luggage Raises the Bar for Sophisticated Content Marketing

Luxury luggage has always been popular. It is a great quality product. Their marketing has been great lately as well. It is raising the bar by being better all the time. The content is nice. Customers will surely be impressed by it and will want to buy more. This will mean more income for the companies and more exposure as well. Luxury Luggage Raises the Bar...

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12 museums for every military enthusiast

There are 12 museums for every single military enthusiast out there. War is an important part of our history. It may be an unfortunate part, but it is there. It is one of the most traumatic things a nation can go through. There are museums that have been set up around the world to preserve the memory of armed conflicts. Key Takeaways:The emotional impact of...

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London Lays out a Strategy for Smart Tourism Growth Amid Brexit Concerns

With the uncertainty caused by Brexit, the mayor of London has teamed up with the city’s tourism board to keep the city competitive and profitable from the tourist industry. suggestions that more workers, even those from outside the UK are brought in as well as better transportation and communication is provided for tourists. The goal is to make London...

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The Royal Quartet in Madrid, Spain

A foursome of stringed instruments known as the royal quartet is on display in the royal palace of Madrid. The beautiful instruments have a unique history. The are only eleven on these instruments made by Antonio Stradivarius known to be in existence today. The royal palace is holding concerts for people interested in witnessing these instruments. The Royal...

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Ellen DeGeneres Grinds On Channing Tatum At Magic Mike Live In Vegas — ‘I’m Still On My Team, But I Get It!’

It’s another charming day on the Ellen show. Channing Tatum and Ellen take a trip and get crazy at the glorious Magic Mike show in Vegas. He makes the day even more wild when he follows through on a dare and dresses up as Elsa from the hit movie Frozen. He sings some tunes too! Ellen DeGeneres Grinds On Channing Tatum At Magic Mike Live In Vegas — ‘I’m...

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How Pinterest Helps Connect Brands to the Modern Female Traveler

Women make up two thirds of all travelers, according to a recent study, and influence over half of all travel decisions. Also, with more women postponing marriage and family until later and using their money for travel instead this demographic is now a rich opportunity for marketers of travel brands. A new way to advertise to these women is through Pinterest,...

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Hörnbrücke in Kiel, Germany

The Hornbrucke is truly a feat of modern engineering. It spans the massive Kiel fjord and serves to allow pedestrian traffic in vehicles to go from the Norway ferry terminal to the main rail hub of Kiel. It regularly opens to allow traffic from ships to pass through which is quite enjoyable because it shows the unique N shape it creates when it retracts. Key...

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