A quarter century ago, DJ Khaled was a teenage employee at a Champs Sports in Orlando, Fla., but these days the hip-hop and social media star is a strategic partner with the retail brand.
There's been a flurry of recent developments that suggest retailers this holiday season may summon the nerve to reboot their omnichannel marketing efforts, tapping into Big Data tactics that in years past may have seemed more like
Timberland wants to give liars the boot—a comfy boot, that is, and shoes too, with anti-fatigue technology, so folks won't have to invent ridiculous excuses when their tired, aching feet make them goof up in the workplace.
Even Instagram has gone crazy for GIFs. Today, the Facebook-owned company launched Boomerang, an iPhone and Android app that lets users make mini-social videos that endlessly loop.
Wrangler jeans, Timberland Pro boots and The North Face parkas have found a new home for their media business.
As legend has it, Paul Sperry—Dartmouth man, World War I naval officer—was sailing his cutter Sirocco on a cold day in 1935 when he nearly slipped on the wet deck and killed himself.
Call it a comeback. Twelve years after Timberland and The Martin Agency split, the two have reunited. The shop has landed creative responsibilities on Timberland PRO’s Hyperion line of boots after a review. Annual media spending on the assignment is estimated at $10 million.
Timberland Pro workboots get biz-ay in Mullen's "Stay on your feet" campaign, an effort designed not just to sell shoes but to help blue-collar workers find employment by providing job […]
"If you're not fast, you're food." That's the unsettlingly truthful line employed by Timberland and Leagas Delaney in this pumped-up Lynn Fox-directed spot that features a guy pursued by wild […]