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LEGOLAND Celebrates Halloween with Brick or Treat

LEGOLAND Celebrates Halloween with Brick or Treat

mag863 September 6, 2017 0

If you’re looking to celebrate Halloween at a theme park with the family, LEGOLAND Florida Resort has you covered. During seven dates in October, LEGOLAND Florida will host Brick or Treat, a Halloween party specifically

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Hurricane Irma May Cost Florida’s Tourism Industry Millions of Dollars

Hurricane Irma May Cost Florida’s Tourism Industry Millions of Dollars

mag863 September 6, 2017 0

Potentially catastrophic Hurricane Irma is barreling toward the Caribbean and Florida with winds topping 185 mph, making it the strongest storm ever to form in the open Atlantic waters. As it heads toward land, businesses

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Main Fuel Pipeline Temporarily Closes, What’s Going To Happen To Gas Prices?

Main Fuel Pipeline Temporarily Closes, What’s Going To Happen To Gas Prices?

mag863 August 31, 2017 0

Hurricane Harvey’s impact on fuel prices nationally might be more costly than first anticipated: The country’s largest fuel system, the Colonial Pipeline, shut down its main fuel lines. Colonial Pipeline announced Wednesday evening that it would temporarily

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The Shallow Grave Announces Its Final Terrifying Haunted House Season

The Shallow Grave Announces Its Final Terrifying Haunted House Season

mag863 August 22, 2017 0

The Shallow Grave is haunting Tampa Bay for the last time this season. The haunted house attraction announced November 4 will be their last night of operation.The long-running Winter Haven, FL haunt is closing out their final weekend

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Solar Eclipse Could Cost US Nearly $700 Million in Lost Productivity

Solar Eclipse Could Cost US Nearly $700 Million in Lost Productivity

mag863 August 21, 2017 0

The total solar eclipse of 2017 could cost U.S. companies nearly $700 million in lost productivity on Monday (Aug. 21) when workers pause to watch the moon block the sun. Based an analysis of U.S. Bureau

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Here’s A Giant List Of Solar Eclipse Promotions

Here’s A Giant List Of Solar Eclipse Promotions

mag863 August 19, 2017 0

On Monday, Aug. 21, people from Oregon to South Carolina will get to experience a rare total solar eclipse, with folks outside this path still experiencing a partial eclipse. And because every notable event

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How Millennials Are Killing Businesses and Things We Love

How Millennials Are Killing Businesses and Things We Love

mag863 August 16, 2017 0

With smartphones in their hands and bloodlust in their hearts, millennials are dealing death blows to businesses, products, and even concepts right and left — at least, according to Twitter. According to analysis released Monday by Brandwatch, users have tweeted that

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Amazon Introduces Instant Pickup for Faster Deliveries

Amazon Introduces Instant Pickup for Faster Deliveries

mag863 August 16, 2017 0

Amazon has begun a small rollout for their “Instant Pickup” initiative that sees consumers picking up orders within two minutes of their purchase. The service is available on five college campuses in LA, Atlanta, Columbus,

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Restaurant Jobs Are the New Factory Jobs

Restaurant Jobs Are the New Factory Jobs

mag863 August 11, 2017 0

Donald Trump’s ideal economy is defined by brawn. He praises steelworkers, speaks wistfully of coal mining, and tweets boastfully about new manufacturing factories. But 200 days into his presidency, the most promising sector of

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Buying Your Groceries Online Can Curb Impulse Buying & Ultimately Weight Gain

Buying Your Groceries Online Can Curb Impulse Buying & Ultimately Weight Gain

mag863 August 10, 2017 0

For people who just can’t seem to pass up the candy in a supermarket checkout line, perhaps grocery shopping online could help reduce these impulse purchases, a new study suggests. In the study, college

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