National Day of Honor: A Thanks to the Veterans of Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn

National Day of Honor: A Thanks to the Veterans of Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn

President Obama declared a National Day of Honor in remembrance of the countless number of military service members who took part in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. Nearly 4,500 American lives were lost, while many more continue to handle the effects of what they faced while in service. It’s important to remember all those who have served as well as those who sacrificed for our country. And even though our military has been involved in several operations as well as a lengthy engagement in Afghanistan since that time, it’s still important to take a moment to thank and honor the veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In remembrance of March 19, 2012 and the National Day of Honor, I am sharing President Obama’s official proclamation.

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The Biggest Social Media Wins of Super Bowl XLVIII

The Biggest Social Media Wins of Super Bowl XLVIII

When the lights went out at last year’s Super Bowl in New Orleans, the expectations for brands on social media were forever changed. Oreo quickly tweeted a picture with the text “Power out? No Problem.” The tweet went viral and became the marketing story of the event. Now, in 2014, expectations were high. Did brands live up to the bar set by Oreo? Here are a few highlights from this year’s Super Bowl.

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