Mandalay Bay is known around the world as one of the most luxurious resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, and that is thanks in large part to the all-encompassing treatment it provides for its guests. More than mere guests, Mandalay Bay considers its customers “resortists” who are given the five-star treatment from check-in to check-out. Whether it’s in their hotel room, on the sand of the resort’s beach or in one of its many entertainment and dining venues, Mandalay Bay wants its resortists to have a complete experience.
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In recent years, the licensing of major food and beverage brands such as Kellogg, Pepsi and Entenmann’s has grown beyond the grocery aisle and into the lifestyle space, as well, across North America and the rest of the world. It takes industry expertise and leadership to leverage the world’s most-recognized brands. That’s why these household names turn to The Joester Loria Group (JLG) to identify opportunities for new areas of growth that will engage consumers, create brand buzz and drive revenue.
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For Karl’s Appliance CEO Dan Schwartz, one word best describes the company: experience. “Our motto is ‘experience the difference, experience is the difference,’” he says. “We are successful because of the experience our customers have with us, as well as the experience our employees have at work and the way we treat our suppliers. We treat everyone fairly, keep our word, pay our bills and make sure we deliver our products on time.”
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David McInerney, co-founder of FreshDirect, travels the world looking for the freshest, best-tasting and best-looking fruit, vegetables and artisanal food. He’s found blueberries at Family Tree Farms in Kettleman City, Calif.; wild salmon in Copper River, Alaska; wild Patagonian Red Shrimp in Argentina; corn and other vegetables from Altobelli Family Farms in Kinderhook, N.Y.; and heritage-breed, pasture-raised pork from Flying Pigs Farm in Shushan, N.Y.
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Whether a boy needs to get his first hockey stick and skates, or a few members of a tennis team need strings replaced on their rackets, or a woman training for a marathon needs a new pair of sneakers, FGL Sports is there to help. As Canada’s largest and only national retailer of sporting goods, FGL Sports says it has the comprehensive offering of products that athletes, outdoor activity enthusiasts and sports fans are looking for. But what keeps the company as the leader of the market is its ongoing and steadfast commitment to customer service and value.
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They may not be the biggest players in their individual categories, but the brands of Ferrero USA know how to stand out. As the U.S. division of European-based Ferrero Inc., Ferrero USA launched its first brand in 1969 – Tic Tac® mints, followed by Nutella® hazelnut spread 30 years ago and Ferrero Rocher® fine hazelnut chocolates 15 years ago. All of the brands have developed distinct personalities over the years that allow them to hold their own on store shelves, even if they aren’t the biggest kids on the playground.
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Tourists flock to Florida throughout the year to enjoy its frequent sunny days, beautiful sandy beaches and diverse offerings of fun outdoor activities. The same environment that puts golden tans on tourists’ skins and smiles on their faces is also one that inspired an entrepreneur to develop a line of candy that everyone can enjoy. Fueled by its success and recognition throughout the Sunshine State, Anastasia Confections Inc. is taking its tasty treats nationally with great success.
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To many toy companies, their products are simply a diversion, something to keep kids occupied. For MindWare, however, the toys it creates and distributes do more than simply pass the time. MindWare’s line of educational toys help kids increase their brainpower and bring the entire family together. “That’s really what we’re all about,” General Manager Jonathan Staruck says. “We are brainy toys for kids of all ages.”
The Minnesota-based company has been fulfilling this mission since 1990, when founder Jeannie Voigt opened a small retail store in Minneapolis devoted to selling educational toys. Over time, MindWare has evolved into one of the largest catalog retailers in that segment. The company also has developed a robust line of its own proprietary products, which are distributed to more than 2,000 retailers across the country as well as through its catalogs and Internet sales.
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