Tag: marketing

Dear RNC Leadership: Why I’m Not Donating

 

I recently received a letter from Tony Parker, treasurer of the RNC, excerpted below:

Chairman Priebus has written to you several times this year asking you to renew your Republican National Committee membership for 2012  As the Treasurer of the RNC, I’m concerned that we haven’t heard back from you … I know other things come up, and perhaps you’ve just been delayed in renewing your membership.  If that’s the case I understand … I hope you haven’t deserted our Party.

Pancakes So Good They’ll Make You Smile

 

IhopFor the first time in 20 years, the International House of Pancakes has a new logo! The Valhalla of after-bar-closing-time munchies, fluffy carbs, and sticky sucrose has introduced an IHOP red and blue mark that concedes nothing in glitz to uber-modern companies like Google, Citigroup, or Ubuntu and is about to show the American marketing world just how far the smile can actually be taken.

It is all just a little bit spooky.

The press release from the June 1 logo debut states:

Member Post

 

Most people understand that change, as such, is not a value. It’s a phenomenon, and it’s happening everywhere all the time whether we like it or not. William F. Buckley famously described a conservative as someone who stands athwart history shouting “Stop!” The merits of doing so can be debated, but at least the proposition makes […]

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