MyWebGrocer expands Midwest office

first_img### Mi9 Retail,In the last six months MyWebGrocer s customer reach has grown 40%, to 3.8 million monthly grocery shoppers. This expanded consumer demand has seen a matching growth in CPG programs running on the network. To meet this demand, MyWebGrocer s advertising team has promoted Helen Earling to lead an expanding Midwest team.Helen Earling joined the MyWebGrocer team in October 2007 with a decade of industry knowledge and experience. Her continued success and leadership has lead to her recent promotion to Senior Vice President of Western Ad Sales. Earling has been instrumental in helping MyWebGrocer s key Midwest advertisers, Kellogg’s and General Mills. Helen has been a driving force in MyWebGrocer s continued success and I m excited about her building out an expanded team in Minnesota to better serve our Western customers. Alec Newcomb, Vice President, MyWebGrocer.The expanded office is located in Minnetonka, Minnesota and includes a new team member, Colleen Pruyn. Pruyn s background includes work in broadcasting and media advertising fields.With the shift in media spend from offline to online advertising, MyWebGrocer will continue its rapid expansion. MyWebGrocer s grocery network now reaches 3.8 million grocery shoppers every month.About MyWebGrocer: MyWebGrocer is the leading digital services provider for retail grocers since 1999, connecting retail brands to their consumers through ecommerce and online tools.  MyWebGrocer has the largest online grocery-advertising network with 3.8 Million monthly Shoppers.  Advertisers include Kelloggs, Unilever, Nestle, P&G and 60 other leading brands. For more information please visit www.mywebgrocer.com(link is external) or call 1-888-662-2284. Source: MyWebGrocer. Colchester VT, July 1, 2009:last_img read more

Fort Lauderdale’s July 4th Celebration to Feature Fireworks Around the City

first_imgComcast Channel 78, AT&T U-verse Channel 99 Residents are encouraged to enjoy the fireworks shows beginning at 9:00 p.m. from their backyards, front porches, patios, balconies or virtually on: FLTV at www.fortlauderdale.gov/fltv YouTube at www.youtube.com/CityofFortLauderdale Photo Courtesy of the City of West Palm Beach. Photo is from previous 4th on Flagler. This year’s fireworks will not be launched from near Flagler Drive but, instead, from two different undisclosed north and south locations to reach as many people as possible.center_img This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, the annual Fort Lauderdale’s Independence Day Celebration won’t feature a massive fireworks show but instead will have four small fireworks show around the city. The shows will take place at: Holiday Park, U.S. 1 and Sunrise Boulevard (18-minute show); City Hall, Andrews Avenue and NE 1 Street (18-minute show); Carter Park, Sunrise Boulevard and NW 16 Avenue (18-minute show); and the Beach Community Center, A1A and Oakland Park Boulevard (10-minute close proximity show). The shows will not be open to spectators and no pedestrians or vehicles will be allowed access to the areas where the shows are located.last_img read more