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SpaceCoastDaily.com

WATCH: Tank America Has That Perfect Father's Day Gift For the Dad Who Has Everything
SpaceCoastDaily.com
SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Space Coast Daily's Alan Zlotorzynski and Jordan Rocco recently visited Tank America, Brevard's newest theme park. If you've ever wanted to experience the feeling of being in a military-style video game, combat in the form of ...



ARNnet

The most notorious hacker groups
ARNnet
These attacks were based on an exploit developed internally by America's National Security Agency (NSA), called EternalBlue, which itself exploited Microsoft's Server Message Block protocol (deciding to horde that exploit rather than inform Microsoft).



Chain Store Age

Retailers Call Latest Tariff Threat 'Reckless Escalation' and Ask Congress to Intervene
Daily American Online
... conducted earlier this year for NRF and the Consumer Technology Association found that tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports, as announced last week, would reduce U.S. gross domestic product by nearly $3 billion and lead to the loss of 134,000 ...
Retailers Call Latest Tariff Threat 'Reckless Escalation' and Ask Congress to InterveneBusiness Wire

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Weekend Round Up June 21, 2018
Georgetowner
Metropolitan Washington BBQ & Grilling Week, presented by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington and sponsored by ProChile, Salmon from Chile and Patagonia Mussel, ends Friday, June 22. Area restaurants — including America Eats ...



Trinidad Guardian

The business of brides
Trinidad Guardian
Bridal market expenditure in the North American market is more than US$100 billion, so the event was designed to capture international publicity in the highest engagement season for romance travel just prior to the June bride phenomenon. Leve's theme ...



CMO

IAB CEO exits, director of research appointed interim chief
CMO
The association has appointed its director of research, Gai Le Roy, as interim CEO following Solanki's departure two years after taking up the position in Australia. Solanki was previously South Cross Austereo's chief digital officer and has a ...

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Osprey Observer

Eye On Business: June 2018 Riverview/Apollo Beach
Osprey Observer
Flora's Bridal Shop, a new bridal boutique, offers gorgeous made to order, designer and exclusive private label wedding gowns, accessories, bridesmaid, mother of the bride dresses and special event gowns for everybody and every budget. Owners Lexie ...



Iowa Public Radio

What "The Music Man" Got Wrong: Iowa Author Uncovers Women's Forgotten Cultural Legacy
Iowa Public Radio
“I shouldn't tell you this, but she advocates dirty books…. Chaucer…Rabelais... BALZAC!” It's a laugh line any actor would crave, and it advances the plot of The Music Man. We know from the start that Harold Hill and Marian Paroo will end up together ...



Ahwatukee Foothills News

Wedding planner blends rituals for celebrations
Ahwatukee Foothills News
Brides in modern, white strapless gowns and grooms in popular American suits posed outside with palm trees, cacti and mountains behind them at other multicultural weddings Grant has planned. “It's just my niche,” Grant said. “I educated myself with the ...



Forbes

Will A Booming Economy Bring A Wedding Market Boom? Not Likely
Forbes
The cost of the wedding gown, however, has largely remained steady, at just over $1,500, as reported by the Bridal Association of America in 2006 and The Knot in 2016. But this bit of budgetary good news is offset by significantly greater emphasis on ...

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Bridal Association of America (BAOA) is recognized as a leader in the wedding industry. As such, the media often consults with the Association and its members for opnions and information on American wedding trends. The following are the latest articles where BAOA has been quoted or referenced:




The New York Times
"The Bridal Association of America, a year-old confederation of 250 wedding-related businesses that is based in Bakersfield, Calif., said information from its Web site indicated that three times as many brides had registered for Sept. 18 as for Sept. 11."
New York Times complete article (August 10, 2004)



KYW TV CBS
Kyle Brown, head of the Bakersfield, Calif.-based Bridal Association of America, said his informal research shows that that nearly three times the number of brides are registered for Sept. 18 compared to Sept. 11.

Based on the work done by his invitation printing business, Brown said the date appears to be eschewed by all but some military couples who have told him they want to ``honor'' the day by being married.
KYW TV CBS Philadelphia complete article (August 1, 2004)



Newsday.com
Kyle Brown, head of the Bakersfield, Calif.-based Bridal Association of America, said his informal research shows that that nearly three times the number of brides are registered for Sept. 18 compared to Sept. 11.

Based on the work done by his invitation printing business, Brown said the date appears to be eschewed by all but some military couples who have told him they want to "honor" the day by being married.
Newsday.com complete article (August 1, 2004)



Bucks County Courier Times
Kyle Brown, head of the Bakersfield, Calif.-based Bridal Association of America, said his informal research shows that that nearly three times the number of brides are registered for Sept. 18 compared to Sept. 11.

Based on the work done by his invitation printing business, Brown said the date appears to be eschewed by all but some military couples who have told him they want to "honor" the day by being married.
Bucks County Courier Times complete article (August 1, 2004)



WNBC TV-4
Kyle Brown, head of the Bakersfield, Calif.-based Bridal Association of America, said his informal research shows that that nearly three times the number of brides are registered for Sept. 18 compared to Sept. 11.

Based on the work done by his invitation printing business, Brown said the date appears to be eschewed by all but some military couples who have told him they want to "honor" the day by being married.
WNBC TV-4 complete article (August 1, 2004)