On PR Newswire: Road Rage, Boom Towns, Hurricane Prep
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On May 18, Expedia.com, one of the world’s largest full service travel sites, released the results of the Expedia 2016 Road Rage Report, an annual analysis of driving etiquette. The study, now in its third year, was commissioned by Expedia and conducted by GfK, an independent global market research company. See the full release to see more about bad driving.
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Realtor.com®, a leading online real estate destination, released its list of America’s Top ‘Boom Towns’. Led by Gilbert, Ariz. (85297); Los Angeles (90012), and Dallas (75201), these neighborhoods are striking it rich when it comes to new home construction, job creation and an increasing number of households – the gold mine for housing market growth. America’s Top Boom Towns are demonstrating some of the strongest growth in jobs, household formation, and housing starts across the country. Every market on the list has experienced between one and five times the average job growth of the top 100 counties in the country. See the full release to learn more about the forecast.
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Heineken Light, gold medal winner at the 2015 European Beer Star Awards and “Best Tasting Low Calorie Lager” winner at the 2013 and 2014 World Beer Championships, announced on May 12 the evolution of its “Best Tasting Light” campaign for 2016. Reprising his role as spokesperson is award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris, who uses his trademark wit and humor to challenge authority in the new TV commercials and digital spots, produced this year by Publicis Worldwide. See the full release to learn about the commercials.
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It’s National Hurricane Preparedness Week and the American Red Cross has steps people should take now to get ready for hurricane season which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. Hurricanes cause problems for people in coastal areas. But these storms can also cause damage hundreds of miles inland. In 2011, tropical storms caused devastating flooding in Pennsylvania and New Jersey hundreds of miles from the coast. In 1972, Hurricane Agnes ravaged the mid-Atlantic region from central Virginia through Pennsylvania to New York. See the full release to learn more about preparing for a hurricane.
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Fifty years ago this week the first pilot prototype Camaro was built. To commemorate this golden anniversary the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) uncovered nine little known gems about the car, including where it was born, other names considered, and details about its rivalry with the Ford Mustang. See the full release for more on the first Camaro.
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Larry Grady is online content manager at PR Newswire for Journalists. He has worked in business media for nearly 30 years and enjoys reality TV and daydreaming about travel and wine.