MERRY HOLIDAYS FROM PMD!

2013 is almost over! But before we step into 2014, the PMD staff and I would like to take this moment to thank you. We have the most hard working personnel, the greatest friends, the most generous display venue partners, and of course, the most loyal clients anywhere. Thank you for making 2013 fantastic.

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BIG BROTHER: THE END OF PRIVACY IN MARKETING & GOVERNMENT

The recent leaks from the National Security Agency, and its vast data grab on everything from our cell phone conversations to our Gmail and Facebook accounts, has called out for a clear and concise statement from the folks in Washington D.C., as well as the leaders of the huge “big data” tech companies that rule our lives.

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SEEN NOW: THE NATIONAL’S NEW ALBUM

In June of 2001, they played to an empty room at New York’s Mercury Lounge. Last week, The National played to a packed audience of over 15,000 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The band has just released their sixth album, ‘Trouble Will Find Me’, to rave reviews from The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Billboard, and countless others.

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YOU CAN’T TWEET WORD-OF-MOUTH – HOW TO GET IT

Word-of-Mouth. We’ve all heard the phrase before. Advertisers love it – it’s the Holy Grail of marketing. They long for “good” word-of-mouth: people referring other people they know, to a product or service, a new TV show, a great hamburger joint down the street. “You’ve got to try this new mouth wash!”

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BEST WISHES FOR 2013

2012 is almost in the history books. And for many, it’s been a tough year; economic uncertainty, presidential politics, and Hurricane Sandy loom large. Fortunately, we’ve had a good year at PMD. So let’s reflect, and say thank you to all the people in the PMD universe.

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SUPER STORM SANDY AFTERMATH: BACK UP & STANDING TALL

When the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast last Monday night, PMD’s New York City operation was plunged into darkness. With the help of battery operated smart phones, AM/FM radios, dedicated personnel, and a little bit of ingenuity, we were able to stay informed as well as continue working throughout the week.

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