Real Estate Searchers Looking Out-of-State; Spam Turns 85 | This Week on PR Newswire

With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire for Journalists.  Here are some of this week’s most newsworthy:

Real estate

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Dreaming of Places Far, Far Away: New Coldwell Banker Data Shows High Rate of Out-of-State Searches

This summer, as Americans enjoy their favorite activities to cool down, dreams of moving are heating up.  Fresh data from the Move Meter on the refreshed coldwellbanker.com shows trends and insights into where Americans are dreaming of moving, giving sellers an informative, clear picture about the potential of listing their homes.  In fact, 82% of all Move Meter searches to date were looking to move out of state.

Start the Summer Safely with These Tips for Grilling, Spending Time at the Beach & in the Pool

As summer approaches and consumers fire up grills, visit the beach or swim in pools, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging everyone to be vigilant about safety.  Prevent injuries before they happen.

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Beloved Spam Brand Celebrates 85th Birthday

The Spam brand has sizzled in millions of kitchens since it was first introduced on July 5, 1937.  From the late 1930s to today, the brand has evolved from a wartime delicacy to a trending ingredient on TikTok, a 16,000 square foot museum, a celebrity chef staple, an annual Hawaiian street festival and so much more. The iconic brand is now reflecting on 85 years of recipes, 85 years of memories and 85 years of cultural celebration – all while looking ahead to what is next.

“From recipes passed down from generation to generation to family get-togethers, people’s connection to the SPAM® Brand is deeply rooted in longevity, versatility, convenience and cultural heritage,” said Steven Venenga, vice president of marketing for the SPAM® Brand. “While we celebrate all that the SPAM® Brand has accomplished, the most important achievement is the inspiration and joy this little blue can has given its fans in the kitchen and beyond.”

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CNBC to Move Mad Money with Jim Cramer to the New York Stock Exchange

CNBC, first in business worldwide, today (July 6) announced the network’s popular “Mad Money with Jim Cramer” (M-F, 6 p.m. EDT) will move to the New York Stock Exchange this summer.  Beginning July 18, Cramer will bring his infectious energy and excitement for teaching viewers about investing to his brand new studio at the NYSE, keeping the action alive on the iconic trading floor after the markets close.

The new set, which is being built exclusively for “Mad Money,” will incorporate the unique architectural elements of the NYSE in a sleek and modern package. Situated on the trading floor next to the bell podium, the new studio will bring viewers into Cramer’s world with interactive state-of-the-art technology and the iconic “Mad Money” soundboard.

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Voters Seek New Presidential Challengers, Believe Country and Economy Are on the ‘Wrong Track’ in June Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll

Stagwell today (July 1) released the findings of the July Harvard CAPS/ Harris Poll, a monthly research collaboration between the Harvard Center for American Political Studies and the Harris Poll, a Stagwell research and insights firm.  Findings show the country’s mood continues to worsen as voters feel the pinch of inflation where it hurts most, with 64% reporting their financial situation is getting worse, almost double from the offset of the pandemic.

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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.

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