Lululemon Athletica passed the $1 billion sales mark last month, joining the ranks of Under Armour (which hit the mark in 2010). At upwards of $90 a pop for a pair of Wunder Unders (leggings) or a Define Jacket (zip-up), how does such a high-end brand appeal to the average athlete and keep attracting new customers?
My dad took a new job for a sign company when I was a kid and we moved from Massachusetts to Connecticut. I had already lined up my Pokemon cards perfectly on the windowsills and the shelf in my new room, but it still didn't feel like my room yet.
To celebrate Fenway's 100th, Objet 3D printed a large-scale, 3' x 5', 105 lb replica of Boston's beloved ballpark. The model captures even the finest details of Fenway, from the Green Monster to the red Ted Williams seat in right field. Objet's Bruce Bradshaw was live on FOX 25 Morning News to show off the replica.
USA Today featured Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club in its online Makeover Monday column. The story details the resort's recently completed $5.3 million renovation to the turn-of-the-century Nickerson Mansion guest rooms.
CNET takes a look at the movie industry's increasing use of 3D printing for special effects. In particular, the story profiles Oscar-nominated effects studio, Legacy Effects' use of Objet's 3D printers for movies including Iron Man 2.
“Out with the old and in with the new” is a popular saying we typically hear around the New Year, but for PR pros, with year-end reports and annual planning meetings, the first of the year tends to be a busy time and “out with the old” doesn’t ever seem to happen.
Pinehurst Resort was featured in ABC News' travel story on five places to spend your 2012 tax refund. The resort made the list of international dream vacation destinations to splurge on using your extra dollars.
Everyone knows the signs: eye redness, itching, swelling. This month Working Mother Magazine turned to MedExpress's Dr. Nick Colovos to provide its readers with helpful tips on how to prevent the spread of pink eye.