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When you think of iconic Paris monuments, you'd be remiss not to mention the Eiffel Tower, and while as many as 32,000 people visit the 1,050-foot tower in peak tourist season, no one has ever had the chance to stay inside the tower. Until now.
Sharing sucks, at least when it comes to vacation homes, HomeAway says in a new ad—narrated by Nick Offerman—that squarely takes aim at Airbnb and the downsides of renting a room in someone else's home instead of a whole house on HomeAway.
Any obsessive dog lover, or pet lover of any stripe, knows how leaving a furry friend behind can be the worst part of going on vacation. How can you part with that adorable little face for a whole week?
HomeAway last summer hired its first global chief marketing officer in Mariano Dima, who had served in the same role for Visa Europe, and promised to increase ad spending worldwide by 50 percent. At the time, the home rental brand ultimately sent this proclamation to every hospitality competitor from Bookings.com to Airbnb: We're serious now.
Having disturbed millions with his Super Bowl ad showing a baby getting thrown at a window, HomeAway.com CEO Brian Sharples has issued a very long and quite conflicted semi-apology. The […]