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5 Marketing Takeaways From Losing the Lottery

Posted by Steve Sturges on Jan 15, 2016

Woo-hoo! I won the Powerball!!

Your Business Suffers From Inefficient Multitasking

Posted by Steve Sturges on Jun 22, 2015

Recently I became aware that I was behaving in a way that was disruptive to those around me. I was being my normal, multi-tasking self. Which means, essentially, I was in a meeting, answering emails, addressing people who popped into the meeting momentarily for a “quick solution” to something.

The Oklahoma Joe's Rename Debacle - VI's Take on the Name Change (3 of 3)

Posted by Erica Rockenstein on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

"Smoldering Joe's" - VI's Take on the Oklahoma Joe's Name Change (2 of 3)

Posted by Tim Berney on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

From Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City - VI's Take on the Name Change (1 of 3)

Posted by Nicole Turner on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

Really?

Posted by Tim Berney on Apr 15, 2009

Quiznos thinks a dirty-talking oven, new phallic sandwich, and overall erotic themed commercial makes me hungry? For a sandwich?

Really?

Posted by Tim Berney on Mar 4, 2009

OfficeMax just announced that they have come to realize that women are the primary purchasers of office supplies and are redefining their target as females 28-45.