Coming up this Tuesday, April 9th, the Center for Sustainable Tourism and the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management will present Dr. Michael Giebelhausen of Cornell University who will give a speech entitled “Green with Guilt: Navigating the Intersection of Morality and Marketing in Sustainable Services.” This presentation will take place at 3:30 pm in the Science and Technology Building, Room 311. See the flyer below for additional details.
C.O.B. professor Dr. Tracy Tuten went to the University of Alabama in Birmingham this past weekend to discuss social media marketing used by retailers. She went to a seminar where she talked in front of hundreds of retailers and students on the importance of social media marketing. Her main message to the audience was “don’t get left behind” when it comes to using a variety of social medias. Check out the UAB blog on what the seminar was like and the importance of keeping up to date on the social media marketing tool.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for our marketing students. Local author Donna Whitely searches anxiously for three hardworking interns to help market her book “Roadmap to Riches on $12.50 a week.” This unpaid internship will provide interns with a great cooperative experience with quantifiable results and a look at real world causes and effects. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1/17/11 to take advantage of this opportunity. Continue reading
Professor Tracy Tuten is quoted in NY Daily News article about giving holiday gifts to your pets.
“When Tracy Tuten, an associate professor of marketing at East Carolina University, conducted a survey of pet owners, she found that people love giving their pets presents because they experience what she says is “pure joy.”
“When you exchange gifts with people, there is always baggage associated with it,” she says. “But with pets, there is no obligation in the giving. Animals have an incredibly important role in people’s lives, so for pet owners, it doesn’t matter how much something costs.”