Category Archives: Marketing

Marketing ideas from the yoga mat

I’m watching Becky (Becky Conrad that is, co-owner of Raving) instead of concentrating on my breathing. She’s in front of me, doing this yoga pose where her entire body is supported only on her elbows.  I, however, am looking like … Continue reading

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Are Millennials “Short on Brains” or are We Too Old To Understand This Generation?

Will the casinos of today become irrelevant in the future?  Does it make sense to invest in this future customer now? Or is this discussion just a waste of time? The loud buzz at conferences and in gaming publications, is … Continue reading

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Timberlake Tuesday and other “old school” marketing ideas that work

Rewarding our loyal customers … doesn’t have to be about hard dollars, but creating a more “thoughtful” experience with us. Sometimes the best solution is the simplest. It is as old school as talking face-to-face, instead of texting or emailing … Continue reading

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Being a superwoman when your culture is in conflict

Balancing Act – The Multiple Roles of Indian Women Executives Originally published by Indian Country Today Magazine In my career at Raving since 2001, I have had the privilege to interact with Native American men and women, as our clients … Continue reading

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How technology can make or break a relationship by Christine Motta Faria

How technology can make or break a relationship or … as Steven Stills said, “Love the one you’re with.”   Okay, I admit it, I resisted the iPhone for as long as I could, until I dropped my flip phone … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Marketing

Fifty Shades of Marketing She handed me the book … wrapped in brown paper.   Like a forbidden bottle of alcohol, not to be consumed in public (especially if you don’t have a poker face). Yup, dare I admit it? … Continue reading

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