When it comes to social sharing of ads, it is a blowout: 87 percent of respondents will use Facebook, followed by Twitter (29 percent), Instagram (27 percent), YouTube (26 percent) and Snapchat (15 percent).During the game, it is clear fans will engage with a second screen, as 64 percent of respondents say they are likely to use social media during the game. That figure jumps to 78 percent when it comes to Millennials and drops to 42 percent for Baby Boomers. Once again, Facebook is the top choice to share content during the game with 53 percent saying it is their preferred social channel, followed by Instagram (22 percent), Twitter (20 percent), YouTube (17 percent) and Snapchat (16 percent).”For brands looking to succeed during the game by creating enduring impact with fans, the formula is simple: Entertain fans, drive engagement by delivering social content and make it effortless for fans to share across their networks,” said Jason Teitler, Chair of Burson Marsteller Fan Experience.
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In 1996, he said the Dome was no “first class” facility, as the lease required, and was earthquake unsafe to boot. He announced he was breaking his 10 year lease and taking the team to Southern California. Moving vans arrived outside Seahawks headquarters in Kirkland, and Behring had the locks changed on the front doors.
“Whether it was on TV in college or whether it was on TV in pros, I loved watching Kenny play,” Lott said. “I just loved the way he played the game. I loved his enthusiasm for the game. Former New England Patriots linebacker, Willie McGinnest told 22News nothing would have kept Brady off the field, “You probably could have cut his hand off and hw would have found away. He wasn gonig to let stitches or something small like that from stopping him. The guy is such a competitor and has so much heart.”.
Passenger Rob Nentwig said he had just finished boarding the flight when he smelled smoke in the cabin. He said at that point a male passenger took a smoking Samsung cell phone out of his pocket and threw it. Another passenger said that cell phone was so hot it actually burned a hole in the carpet..