Author: Code Roadies

Elvis Wasn’t Scared. Why Are You?

In the movie Blue Hawaii from 1961, Elvis Presley sings a song entitled “Rock-A-Hula Baby.” It’s dopey in that Elvis-singing-in-a-movie kind of way, but it also contains a lyric that cuts much deeper than you would think for the early 1960s. I don’t know who Benjamin Weisman, Delores Fuller and Fred Wise were, but these… Read more »

Anchor And Agilix Solutions: Maximizing The Potential Of Rockwell Automation Marketing

Agilix Solutions is a successful distributor in the midwestern United States that has partnered with Rockwell Automation for many years. The advantages of such a relationship are obvious: offering customers products from the world’s undisputed automation technology leader is a win-win situation for everyone involved.  However, while Rockwell Automation is focused on making nothing less… Read more »

Anchor President Hal Halliday Presents “How Strategy And Planning Can Make Your Marketing Tactics Successful” For The Midwest Manufacturers’ Association

Anchor’s President Greg “Hal” Halliday recently presented on the topic “How Strategy And Planning Can Make Your Marketing Tactics Successful” during session seven of the Midwest Manufacturers’ Association’s AMFA/CMMA/TSMA Marketing for Manufacturers Webinar Series. Throughout the presentation, Halliday shared advice and tips about building strong brands for manufacturers, distributors and other B2B businesses. A few… Read more »

Rescheduling Halloween

By now, you’ve likely heard about the petition circulating online to change Halloween in the United States from October 31 to the last Saturday of October. It’s an interesting proposition. Halloween lovers have always hated weekday celebrations and brands like Snickers are already on board with this nascent “social movement” because, well, why wouldn’t they… Read more »

Barry Manilow Or Bohemian Rhapsody?

I joined my family at the movie Bohemian Rhapsody recently, and being huge Queen fans it’s not a surprise that we were thrilled with it. It may not have been the most historically accurate biopic of all time, but it was one of the most interesting. I think my favorite part of the film was… Read more »