Opportunity in Housing Lies with 55+ Population

first_img Previous: First Mortgages Spike Credit Unions to Record High Next: DS News Webcast: Friday 8/12/2016 Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago 55+ Homeowners Baby Boomers Freddie Mac 2016-08-11 Kendall Baer Related Articles The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago August 11, 2016 1,310 Views Home / Daily Dose / Opportunity in Housing Lies with 55+ Population Sign up for DS News Daily Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days agocenter_img  Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share Save Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Tagged with: 55+ Homeowners Baby Boomers Freddie Mac Subscribe The 55 and over population is not behaving the way it used to. Whereas the 55+ population in previous generations was retiring (or close to retirement) and moving t0 senior living communities, the 55+ population of today (the baby boomer generation) are living longer, retiring at later age, and are on the move.Dave Lowman, EVP of Single-Family Business at Freddie Mac, called the 55+ age group “your next business opportunity.” What has grown to be the second-largest generation in history (approximately 67 million, currently) accounts for one-fourth of the population, but holds about two-thirds of the country’s housing wealth. Lowman said the decisions this age group makes “will have a significant impact on the demand for housing and mortgage credit.”“Their numbers and their housing wealth guarantee that the housing decisions of older homeowners will play an outsized role in shaping the housing opportunities available to the generations that follow them—gen X and the massive millennial generation,” said Sean Becketti, Chief Economist with Freddie Mac. “And the influence of the 55+ population will last a long time (Exhibit 2). Today’s 65-year-old can expect to live until age 84 on average. In contrast, the life expectancy of the Greatest Generation—those born between 1900 and 1924—was 47 years. With a longer life span and ample wealth, many older homeowners may buy and sell several more homes before they’re done.”[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pgVUzIjoWw]Population data combined with results from a survey by GfK commissioned by Freddie Mac about the plans of 55+ homeowners revealed three things about that population: a large percentage of them plan to move, millions will be looking for financing options, and 55+ consumers are a financially confident generation.Nearly 25 million of 55+ homeowners expect to move one more time, 9 million of them plan to move in the next four years, and 6.5 million of them plan to buy a house, according to Freddie Mac. The survey also showed that 20 million 55+ homeowners plan to either buy a house or finance age-in-renovations, which creates a significant market opportunity, Lowman said.Many 55+ homeowners are still paying for their home and will be for some time—the survey found that out of 55+ homeowners who are retired, 36 percent of them have a mortgage. Out of those still working, 57 percent have a mortgage. According to Freddie Mac, a majority of those homeowners have 10 years or more left to pay. In addition, this generation has $8 trillion in housing equity and 51 million of them out of the 67 million (slightly more than three-quarters) say they are confident they will be financially comfortable in retirement.“The bottom line: This is a sizable market,” Lowman said. “Even a relatively modest increase in lending to 55+ homeowners could add trillions of dollars in new originations in a relatively short time.” Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News Opportunity in Housing Lies with 55+ Population Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Brian Honealast_img read more

Provisions Of The Gangsters Act Are Being Misused Thoroughly In The State Of Uttar Pradesh By The Police: Allahabad High Court [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesProvisions Of The Gangsters Act Are Being Misused Thoroughly In The State Of Uttar Pradesh By The Police: Allahabad High Court [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay4 Nov 2020 1:29 AMShare This – xReprimanding the State Police, the Allahabad High Court recently expressed its prima facie view that the provisions of the Gangsters Act are being misused thoroughly in the State of Uttar Pradesh by the police.The Bench of Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh was hearing the bail plea filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C. in connection with FIR registered under Section 2/3 U.P. Gangsters and…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginReprimanding the State Police, the Allahabad High Court recently expressed its prima facie view that the provisions of the Gangsters Act are being misused thoroughly in the State of Uttar Pradesh by the police.The Bench of Justice Dinesh Kumar Singh was hearing the bail plea filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C. in connection with FIR registered under Section 2/3 U.P. Gangsters and Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act, 1986 in Police Station Baghauli, District Hardoi against the accused-applicant and two other co-accused.Background of the CasePerusing the gang-chart annexed with the bail application, the Court observed that the provisions of the Gangsters Act were invoked (against the accused-applicant) on the basis of five cases having been registered against the accused-applicant.It is the case of the prosecution that from the accused-applicant, Rs.6600/-, some packets of cigarettes etc., were recovered.The investigating officer had proportioned the amount of Rs.6600/- recovered from the accused-applicant into three thefts alleged to have been committed by the accused.In other words, it was stated by the Police that Rs.1600/- was recovered from the accused-applicant in the first case, Rs.1800/- in the second case and Rs.3200/- in the third case (total amount = 6600).To this, the Court said,”It is very strange that the Investigating Officer did know that a particular amount belonged to a particular theft. How had he identified the particular amount being the amount of theft of a particular case? On the basis of single recovery which was affected from the accused-applicant on 14.08.2019, the Investigating Officer has made him the accused in five cases and within a period of nine days by filing charge-sheets against him.” (emphasis supplied)Further the Court remarked,”This is not a single case where the Court has been confronted with bogus, unbelievable and impossible story set up by the police to implicate one accused in several cases and then invoke the provisions of the Gangsters Act.” (emphasis supplied)In view thereof, the Court directed the Superintendent of Police, Hardoi to file his personal affidavit as to how the investigating officer came to the conclusion that Rs.1600/- allegedly recovered from the accused-applicant belongs to first case, Rs.1800/- to second case and Rs.3200/- to third case whereas it was a single recovery on 14.08.2019 from the accused.Further, the Court remarked,”If the Superintendent of Police is of the opinion, that on the basis of the offences for which the provisions of the Gangsters Act have been invoked against the accused-applicant are false, what action he is supposed to take against the investigating officer concerned.”The Court also directed to specifically state that what kind of investigation had been carried out by the investigating officer except alleged recovery from the accused-applicant inasmuch as he had filed the charge-sheets in all five cases within a period of nine days from the date of alleged recovery from the accused-applicant on 14.08.2019.Lastly, the Court directed that applicant Kapil Raidas be released on bail in the case on his/her furnishing a personal bond and two sureties of the like amount to the satisfaction of the Magistrate/Court concerned.Case title – Kapil Raidas v. State of U.P [BAIL No. – 6671 of 2020]Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img read more

Governor Holcomb extends the Indiana stay-at-home order for two more weeks

first_imgCoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market By Tommie Lee – April 3, 2020 3 1614 Pinterest WhatsApp (Photo supplied/State Of Indiana) Governor Eric Holcomb, delivering his 4th annual State of the State address on Jan. 14, 2020. Governor Holcomb wants Hoosiers to continue to hunker down.Friday afternoon, Holcomb said he’s extending the stay-at-home order for residents and non-essential businesses by another two weeks.That takes Indiana’s order to April 20.This is one of the latest steps the state government has taken to attempt to fight the potential spread of COVID-19.The governor also extended the state’s public health emergency order for another 30 days. WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleIndiana’s COVID-19 peak expected to be April 19Next articleMichigan reports another 1900+ positive cases on Friday Tommie Lee Facebook Facebook Twitter Governor Holcomb extends the Indiana stay-at-home order for two more weeks Twitter Google+ Pinterestlast_img read more

News in brief: Solanke award, Whites keeper joins Boro, Doughty back

first_imgSolanke is seen as a major prospectChelseaTeenager Dominic Solanke has been named England men’s youth player of the year. His four goals helped England win the European Under-17 Championship in May and as a result he was named Uefa’s Star of 2014.FulhamWhites goalkeeper Marek Rodak has joined Conference South side Farnborough on a two-month loan deal. Rodak played a key role in Fulham’s run to the FA Youth Cup final last season, and he made the first team’s matchday squad for the first time last month when he was an unused substitute for the win at Leeds. Among Rodak’s team-mates at Farnborough will be Brentford defender Gradi Milenge, who joined yesterday on a month-long loan.FA Youth CupHolders Chelsea will host either Swansea or Doncaster Rovers in the fifth round, if they can overcome Huddersfield Town next week. The young Blues play their fourth-round tie against Huddersfield at Aldershot on Tuesday but, should they win, they will not know their next opponents until the Swans meet Doncaster on 21 January. All fifth-round ties are to be played by 31 January, unless mutually agreed otherwise.QPRMidfielder Michael Doughty has returned to Loftus Road from his loan spell at Gillingham. The 22-year-old made 13 appearances for the Gills in all competitions and was due to be with them until 24 January, but the change in management at the Priestfield has seen him return earlier than scheduled.Ryan WilliamsThe Fulham midfielder’s loan spell at Barnsley has come to an end. Australian Williams, 21, played seven times for the League One side.BrentfordGoalkeeper Mark Smith has extended his loan at Hampton & Richmond Borough for another two months. The 18-year-old, a former QPR youth-team keeper, first joined the Ryman League side in October but will now stay at the Beveree until the middle of March.WealdstoneGoalkeeper Jonathan North has won the Conference South player of the month award for December. North conceded only two goals in four league games during the month, as the Stones remained unbeaten.Hampton & Richmond BoroughThe Beaver will host a Brentford XI in a friendly on Tuesday 17 February.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Troublesome third ends Eureka’s year

first_imgMakaila Napoleon had 17 points but it wasn’t enough as the No. 8 Eureka High girls’ basketball team fell 47-44 to visiting No. 9 Aragon in the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation State Championship Division-III playoffs (NorCals), Tuesday night at Jay Willard Gymnasium.“It was tough out there,” Eureka head coach Mike Harvey said. “But we played hard tonight.”Eureka started off with aggressive offensive play, enabling an early six-point lead in a 13-10 advantage after the …last_img read more

Sharks defenseman expected to miss two weeks after setback with right knee

first_imgSUNRISE, Fla. — Sharks defenseman Radim Simek will undergo a procedure to treat a meniscus issue in his surgically repaired right knee and is expected to be out of the lineup for two weeks, general manager Doug Wilson said Sunday.Simek will return to the Bay Area to have what Wilson terms a minor “clean up” procedure on his knee this week.Wilson said Simek’s injury wasn’t the cause of any one event.“It’s been a little irritation that he’s had,” Wilson said. “It’s one of those things that …last_img read more

Controversy is the Fuel of Science, So Teach the Controversy, Educator Says

first_imgThe Albuquerque Journal published a response from Rebecca Keller after admitting misrepresenting her position.  She did not claim that intelligent design science is looking toward transcendent beings, but rather is asking scientists to become willing to consider design inferences when the data point in that direction.  She clarified the intent of the new science standards that include “teach the controversy” provisions, and explained why evolution is controversial.It is understandable that people are concerned about the metaphysical implications; if there is design then there must be a designer.    But the basic trouble, and the underlying reason this controversy never ends, is that evolution is a creation story; it has huge metaphysical implications no matter how it is taught.  How is it less religious or less controversial to teach evolution as it is now, pretending that we somehow know that there is no design? (Emphasis added in all quotes.)The only way to deal with a controversial subject such as evolution is to encourage discussion about the issues.  She formulates some sample questions:If we are going to teach students about biological origins we need to help them understand all the issues behind origins science, including evolution.  Why is it controversial?  What worldview assumptions are behind it?  Do we really know that life was generated only by random processes of mutation and natural selection?  What evidence supports it, what evidence is against it?    Keller, a science textbook writer for Gravitas Publications of Albuquerque, has a PhD in chemistry of U of New Mexico.  She defended intelligent design as a scientific approach to judging evidence, but explained that both evolution and ID have philosophical or religious implications.  Since Darwinian evolution today is often presented without the possibility of criticism or dialog, she argues, it amounts to a secular religion, and the public recognizes it.  Science should welcome controversy:Not only should students learn that reasonable people disagree about the meaning and interpretation of data, they should learn that scientists disagree, too.  In fact, disagreeing about how data should be interpreted is what scientists do.  That is science.  The history of science illustrates that disagreements in science are the very thing that fuels scientific discovery.    Evolution as a secular creation story is already being preached from the classroom pulpit.  Teaching the controversy helps keep religion, of any flavor, out of the classroom.On that basis, Keller defends the Rio Rancho school district science policy.  She portrays the New Mexico case as representative of what is being proposed around the country.This is another example of a cogent, well-written letter.  Maybe people who agree with her should ask the ACLU to prohibit the Darwin-only dogma on the grounds of separation of church and state.    Keller makes a good case for the religious equivalence of the opposing views, but a subtext evident in the argument “religion, of any flavor” must be kept “out of the classroom” is that religion is inferior to science and incapable of contributing to debates about the merits of scientific claims.  Perhaps some good follow-up questions would explore the ability of evolutionary theory to make scientific truth claims about ultimate origins, and the ability of theology to prescribe the limits of science – or whether it is even possible for an investigator to be unbiased in such matters.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Priyanka Chopra steals the show in Mary Kom

first_imgThere sure is something about Mary Kom. What a pity you can’t say the same thing about Mary Kom. The biopic, starring Priyanka Chopra as the five-time world champion and Olympic medallist Indian boxer, is among the opening night offerings at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, with the Bollywood star in attendance for the screening, which is also the film’s world premiere.Mary Kom, directed by Omung Kumar and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, traces the story of the Indian boxing heroine from childhood to herfourth world championship title in Ningbo, China. It’s a remarkablestory, almost tailor-made for the big screen, complete with courage,persistence, determination, adversity and a stunning comeback followingmotherhood. Throw in moments of tenderness and frenetic boxing action,and the script should have virtually written itself.Priyanka is left to carry the film almost entirely on her super-fit frame and she obliges with a knockout performance. Instead, Chopra is left to carry the film almost entirely on her super-fit frame, and she obliges with a knockout performance. The lack of physical resemblance between the real Mary Kom and the actress is inconsequential as Chopra gets completely into her role. She transitions effortlessly and convincingly from a schoolgirl in pigtails to a battle-hardened mother of twins, hungry to get back into the ring. And in the ring and in training, she looks like the real thing.Chopra is ably supported by Darshan Kumaar, who plays her footballer husband and supportive anchor Onler. But many others are weighed down by awkwardly scripted situations and weak lines, some of them so corny and old-fashioned that the 1980s are calling to ask for their cliches back. The director seems more capable than a Mary Kom left hook at battering any trace of understatement, subtlety or nuance into submission.advertisementA scene where the boxer narrates to a journalist the challenges she and her fellow athletes face and the lack of support from sports officials, stands out – not in a good way, looking forced.Ditto for an episode where some of Kom’s teammates accuse a boxing federation official of sexual harassment – this is too serious to be just a dramatic device, yet he apparently redeems himself simply by cheering Kom in the final bout of the film.If the film touches your heart despite all its flaws, it’s thanks to Chopra’s acting chops and stunning stunts, and of course, the inspiring real-life triumph of a girl from rural Manipur. The music is catchy and the locations showing Manipur, and later, Manali, where Kom goes for her grueling post-pregnancy training, are eye candy. It’s ironic that the film opens with what seem like dozens of “brand partners” flashing across the screen, and yet apparently few were interested in supporting the real Mary Kom, who is shown struggling to earn money even after winning three world titles.Mary Kom ends with a slide referring to the boxer’s dream of winning gold for India at the 2016 Olympics – more proof that this remarkable woman refuses to settle even for perfection.Nor, going by her winning performance in this film, does Chopra, for much less. Why, then, should the audience?last_img read more

New HugSpot Dating Software Helps Singles Find Love Online

first_img Social Media Topics: We normally don’t write about our products on our marketing blog, but we thought we could share some helpful lessons from our newest customer vertical’s inbound marketing success. Today, HubSpot is launching Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack HugSpot How should you use HugSpot to find success in love? This new online matchmaking tool was in a private beta for almost three years before launching publicly today. Watch the customer testimonials below to see how HugSpot can help you find relationship success. Inbound Marketing . What does your ideal partner look for in a lover? Use HugSpot to optimize your website for the keywords that attract your best match. 5) Receive lead alerts to dismiss stage five clingers. 6) Use HugSpot “Love Analytics” to assess the development of your budding relationships. Grow your network and show off your stuff. Connect through Twitter and Facebook. Check in on Foursquare to introduce yourself to singles at a bar. Poking encouraged. to for tips on testing, measuring, and analyzing your marketing programs to improve conversion rate. . Asking for a phone number at a party can be hard. By having a form on your site with a compelling offer (“Let me take you to dinner”), people will give you their contact information and become your love lead. 2)  Create intriguing content through blogging. Webinar: Always Be Testing: 10 Tips For Increasing Your Lead Conversion Ratelast_img read more

9 of the Most Shocking Guerrilla Marketing Campaigns of All Time

first_imgExecuting a remarkable guerrilla marketing campaign takes a lot of things. Interruption. Surprise. Inception-like thought control abilities.No biggie!Really, if you’ve ever tried to pull one off, you know guerrilla marketing campaigns are risky business. Most of the time, they’re a total flop because you just didn’t get that right mix of cool, shocking, and creative. Other times, they’re a bust because you end up making a lot of people really, really angry. And then once in a blue moon, your insane idea actually pays off. Once in a while.This post is going to revisit guerrilla marketing campaigns that fall into all three of those camps. The flops, the total flops, and the rare successes. And whatever the outcome, if these campaigns have one thing in common, it’s that they’re all totally shocking.1) The Blair Witch Project Pre-Release CampaignWhenever someone asks me what guerrilla marketing is, this is the example I cite — because who could forget The Blair Witch Project? A few college film students created a super low budget horror flick and turned it into a national blockbuster by staying one step ahead of the public’s perception of the urban legend they had manufactured. That’s right, this guerrilla marketing campaign created an actual urban legend surrounding the Blair Witch, thanks to a website that thousands of gullible early adopters bought into along with some posters that expertly blurred the line between fantasy and reality.Even now, some people are still swearing by the existence of the Blair Witch even as moviegoers came in droves to catch the revolutionary flick.2) Halfway, Oregon renamed “half.com, Oregon” For One Year1999 was a big year for guerrilla stunts. In December of 1999, half.com propositioned the small Pacific town of Halfway, Oregon to change its name to half.com, Oregon, in exchange for $110,000, 20 new computers for its schools, and other undisclosed financial terms. While the name change was never legally solidified, the town accepted unofficially, and signs were posted at the town’s borders welcoming passers-by to “America’s First Dot-Com City.” The campaign certainly generated a lot of press, and while we can’t be sure, we imagine it must have generated some site traffic, too. Half.com ended up being purchased by eBay, and Halfway, Oregon ended up demanding over $530,000 in unpaid funds from eBay in 2004.3) The AC Milan vs. Real Madrid Heineken StuntIt’s no secret that Italian men love their football. In 2010, Heineken pulled off a risky stunt that nearly left over 1,000 Italians trapped at an opera and poetry event their significant others, friends, and even journalists talked them into attending — making them miss the big game. As the event began, clues started being dropped that something was amiss, until the big game, AC Milan vs. Real Madrid, was finally revealed on a huge screen, sponsored by Heineken. To the delight of the patrons, Heineken beers were immediately served, and the night was declared a success. Social media buzzed about the event for days, declaring Heineken the hero who rescued the people from the clutches of high art and returned them to football.4) The Belarus Free Speech Teddy Bear DropThis one made headlines at the beginning of August 2012. In what was initially described as a prank carried out by Studio Total, a Swedish PR agency, pilots in teddy bear masks airdropped parachute-clad teddy bears into Belarus. The bears carried with them messages of free speech and human rights, and as such, they were not taken lightly by Belarusian officials. They made a bold statement about a very specific idea, and got people’s attention in an unexpected and memorable way. This one stirred up the controversy, too, resulting in the firing of two generals and the arrests of two Belarusian citizens. 5) The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Lite Brite Bomb Scare of 2007While this certainly earned Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Interference, Inc. a whole bunch of publicity, it was likely not the kind they were looking for — especially not when one of the headlines reads “Two held after ad campaign triggers Boston bomb scare.” Yeah … somehow, I doubt “bomb scare” was the memory Interference, Inc. was going for with their guerrilla campaign. But in 2007, that’s exactly what happened to Interference, Inc., the marketing team who tried to execute a 10-city Lite Brite extravaganza to promote the new Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie. Lite Brite works of art, shaped like characters from the movie, were attached to highly-traveled structures like bridges and overpasses. In Boston, the Lite Brite was placed in a busy transportation hub and was mistaken for a homemade bomb. A massive evacuation was conducted and Boston police got involved, suspecting terrorism.6) Vodafone Streaks Through Telstra StadiumMuch like Italians love their football, Australians love their rugby. Unlike the Heineken stunt, however, Vodafone’s foray into guerrilla marketing at sporting events didn’t end up with such positive buzz. During the 2002 Bledisoe Cup match, two streakers appeared on the field. As streakers do, they scurried across the field wearing nothing … except Vodafone logos painted across their backs. Their presence was largely disruptive, not exciting, and may have caused a game-winning kick to be missed, resulting in many angry fans. Vodafone took an additional risk with this stunt by performing it in Telstra Stadium. Telstra is one of their main competitors in the Australian phone market. While the stunt certaily got Vodaphone a lot of press, most of it was negative.7) IKEA’s Trip to Bondi BeachWhat are the three things you should bring with you to an Australian beach? Sunglasses, sunscreen, and a book to read as you relax in the sun. IKEA chose to celebrate the 30th birthday of one of its most popular bookshelving units, the Billy, by setting up a bright red one in the sand of Bondi for just one day. Fully stocked with literary classics and summer reads alike, beachcombers arrived to discover fresh new reading options that they could take in exchange for the ones they brought. There was also an option to donate to the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation. IKEA left its name written in the sand, and garnered quite a bit of positive press as a result of the one-day-only stunt.8) Pandas Invade ParisIn 2008, there were 1,600 wild pandas left in the world. In an attempt to raise awareness, the World Wildlife Foundation curated the creation of 1,600 hand-made papier mache pandas, which were placed in various locations across Paris — first in front of Hotel Ville, then across the city. It was a striking display that seemed, at first, quite vast, but hit home quickly as viewers realized that every panda in their sight represented the only pandas remaining in the wild. The campaign was political, emotional, and talked about for years afterwards.9) OBEYThis campaign was started by then-student at Rhode Island School of Design Shepard Fairey. He created a stealth guerrilla marketing campaign featuring stickers, posters, and stencils of a character called Andre the Giant. There were two main variations: one with a close-up of a sullen face with the tagline “OBEY” and one announcing to the world that “Andre the Giant Has A Posse.” His aim was not to sell a product or service, but to make people aware of stealth advertising campaigns — and, in disseminating his stickers across cities in high volume, aware of how frequently they are bombarded with marketing. Using a tagline like “obey” heightened the impact of the campaign: unwanted advertising is everywhere, and we are expected to obey its commands. At least … that’s what outbound marketers want you to think! But you know better than that ;-)Are there any other extreme guerrilla marketing campaigns we should have included on this list? Share them in the comments!Image credit: htakashi Topics: Marketing Campaignscenter_img Originally published Aug 24, 2012 2:00:00 PM, updated July 28 2017 Don’t forget to share this post! 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