Hootie’s Homegrown Ale

Posted in: Clients- Aug 14, 2014 No Comments

Coming in at 4.8% ABV, fans can drink Hootie’s Homegrown Ale all night long. Hootie and the Blowfish released a custom craft beer in Charleston last week, during the band’s annual back-to-school concert, which provides children in need with school supplies. Hootie’s Homegrown Ale is the third beer brought to market by Cord Management and […]

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Behind the Curtain – August ’14

Posted in: Events- Aug 14, 2014 No Comments

Fans of ABC TV’s Shark Tank may think Daymond John is a tough cookie, and in some respects, he is. But when Cord Management asked him to participate in World Pet Association’s annual trade show, SuperZoo, we learned he’s actually a pretty nice guy. Beyond the traditional Keynote speech that John regularly delivers to audiences […]

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Latest Cord Promotion Hits 170MPH

Posted in: Clients- Jul 14, 2014 1 Comment

Cord Management created a promotion this month for Dawn Detergent (Procter & Gamble) and Restaurant Depot, the growing cash-and-carry foodservice supplier. Designed to increase sales of the dishwashing detergent, and to reward Restaurant Depot customers for their loyalty, the promotion kicked off last week with a “show car” parked outside, to increase visibility of the […]

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Behind the Curtain – July ’14

Posted in: Events- Jul 14, 2014 No Comments

Given the spectacular success of last year’s event, it’s no surprise that only a few playing spots remain for the 3rd annual Colt Ford & Friends Celebrity Golf Classic. Marketing opportunities exist for corporate partners looking to align with celebrities from the worlds of country music and professional golf. This fundraiser brings Nashville musicians and […]

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The Place We Call Home

Posted in: News- May 20, 2014 No Comments

This month’s Spotlight is on Charlotte, NC – the city Cord Management calls home. Charlotte is a great place to do business. It’s a top-twenty market and the nation’s second largest banking center. It houses multiple NASCAR offices and many of the sport’s teams, and Charlotte is quickly becoming a powerhouse in the energy sector. […]

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Behind the Curtain – May ’14

Posted in: Events- May 20, 2014 No Comments

Photo courtesy of Glenn Roberson While Cord Management is most well known for providing turnkey music-related services, our entertainment capabilities reach beyond rock stars and concert halls. This month we had the opportunity to proudly serve NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr, by turning an historic furniture warehouse into a fashionable showcase for Martin’s 5th annual […]

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JJ Grey’s Nare Sugar Brown

Posted in: News- Apr 15, 2014 No Comments

Cord Management’s custom-craft beer program for bands took another step forward this month with the release of musician JJ Grey’s Nare Sugar Brown in cans. Now fans of JJ Grey & Mofro who live outside Florida can enjoy this smooth, creamy ale by ordering online here. Nare Sugar Brown can be shipped to the following […]

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Behind the Curtain – April ’14

Posted in: Events- Apr 15, 2014 1 Comment

This May marks the 10th year of Cord Management’s longest running concert event, Procter & Gamble’s “One Night Only.” This customer-appreciation event has also become a customer-acquisition opportunity for the Professional Division of the consumer goods giant, as evidenced by the ever-increasing volume of calls from prior-year attendees asking for invitations to the next upcoming […]

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How To Hook A Shark

Posted in: News- Mar 14, 2014 No Comments

Cord Management is bringing Daymond John, from television’s hit show “Shark Tank” (Fridays at 9pm on ABC), to one of the nation’s largest trade shows – World Pet Association’s, SuperZoo. John became a marketing guru thanks to FUBU, the global lifestyle brand he launched in the mid-90s. Since then, John has racked up $6 billion […]

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Behind the Curtain – March ’14

Posted in: News- Mar 12, 2014 No Comments

Turning Change Into Dollars Bob Dylan wrote “The Times They Are A Changing” back in the sixties, as a political statement describing the feeling of the country. Today it’s the musician that struggles with change, as file sharing, label consolidation and monolithic radio playlists have challenged musicians to find new paths to prosperity. One route […]

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