Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday a week-long print and Internet ad buy in Chicago claiming that the “Escape route from Illinois to economic freedom leads to Texas.”
In hopes of bringing in more revenue, the Irving Independent School district has joined a national advertising network specifically for schools. The hope is to sell corporate ad space for hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.
Two dating websites, including one based in Dallas, are being sued for allegedly using a fallen soldier’s photo without permission in ads.
School lunch in the Carl’s Cutlets Cafeteria…reading and research in the Bonkers For Books.com Library… and finally a Friday night game at the Stan’s Sturdy Staircases Stadium. Sound crazy? Maybe not in the DISD.
The Dallas Mavericks’ win over the Heat is a huge upset for fans in Miami. Making matters worse, an ad in the local paper has mistakenly congratulated the Heat on winning.
Some school districts met the idea of putting ads on local school buses with opposition. Now, as a number of North Texas districts fight budget shortfalls, schools are getting on board with the idea.
With the possible theft of millions of consumer email addresses from a North Texas-based advertising company, several large companies have started warning customers to expect fraudulent emails.
Procter & Gamble Co. has picked up backing for its challenges to paper towel advertising by Kimberly-Clark Corp.