To show how stories in the April/May issue of Evansville Business fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of Link Up brings the Internet to you. No Google search required.
Gray Loon, celebrating 20 years as innovators in the ad agency business, is featured in the story, “Bandwidth of Brothers.” America’s fascination with the ad business (thanks!) continues to expand, fueled by television shows — Mad Men and The Pitch. Of course, we all remember Darrin Stephens was a pitchman at the McMann and Tate Advertising Agency on Madison Avenue. Advertising still sells. Here’s a look at a story from Forbes on the most unforgettable advertising campaigns of last year.
Prime Foods of Boonville, Indiana processes more one million hard-cooked eggs each day. Don’t undersell the versatility of the hard-cooked egg. Inventor Geraint Krumpe is scrambling eggs in the shell. Krumpe calls the results “golden eggs” and says they be hard- or soft-boiled, deviled, fried, or scrambled “without dirtying a whisk and bowl.”
Managing Editor Nathan Blackford reports on the runway expansion project at Evansville Regional Airport. Our airport is not alone in its runway expansions and not all have gone as smoothly: The elevated runway at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport collapsed during construction in November.