You’ve got to have a hard sell and catchy slogan if you’re a bottled water company trying to introduce your product in New York City, which is reputed to have some of the best tap water in the world. After all, this is a place where people have tried to actually bottle the tap water. Sometimes, though, a straightforward approach is best. And so the entrepreneur Benjamin Gott named his company Boxed Water Is Better.
Manufacturers, along with personal air travelers, stand to save hundreds of thousands of dollars with the success of low-cost air carriers such as AirTran Airlines at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport, according to a group of business advocates.
Forterra is The Stow Company’s new engineered structured panel that unlocks a new spectrum of design versatility. Featuring sustainability, durability and an extraordinary strength-to-weight ratio compared to traditional composite panel offerings, Forterra creates fashionable and supremely functional organization, storage and furniture solutions.
Chris LaPorte, whose 28-foot-wide pencil drawing titled “Cavalry, American Officers, 1921” depicts a group of several uniformed officers in stunning detail, has won the ArtPrize 2010’s $250,000 top prize.
Greeting Card to the World was the first piece I laid eyes on when I first arrived in downtown Grand Rapids. Ironic, right? An official entry into the Guinness Book of World Records, this sort of Hallmark-cum-Godzilla art (and I use that term loosely) speaks to what is perhaps the most unfortunate aspect of ArtPrize: the attention-hogging Lady Gaga’s of the event who are just out to get attention or only in it to win it.