With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer in the United States, luxury hotel brands are beginning to introduce summer initiatives at locations around the country, targeting guests looking for fun and exciting getaways.
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German automaker BMW is celebrating 40 years of its renowned Art Car collection by displaying a number of the unique cars designed by famous artists at various locations around the world, including Hong Kong, Paris and Lake Como, Italy.
Printed and digital content is a key engagement strategy that allows brands to extend the length of a hotel stay or enhance the purchase of an automobile through a sense of community.
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Luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton announced it is purchasing French newspaper Le Parisien.
Department store chain Nordstrom has tapped TD Bank Group to oversee the logistical side of its credit card program.
Danish audio Bang & Olufsen in Australia and New Zealand has been acquired by Emerald Group Investments.
Hotel chain Shangri-La is opening its latest property in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to further cement its roots in Asia.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is prepping for special occasions this summer with a weeklong event for consumers.