EBAGÉcole des Beaux-Arts du Genevois (French: School of Fine Arts of Geneva; Geneva, Switzerland)
EBAGEquality and Budget Advisory Group (Scotland, UK)
EBAGEast Boston Artists Group (Boston, MA)
EBAGEast Bay Armchair Generals (gaming; California)
EBAGEast Bay Artists Guild (San Francisco, CA)
EBAGEnterprise Bay Area User Group (Atlassian)
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Venuti replied: 'I'm not a s *** ebag, I'm going to knock one of them down.Watch this.'
Exclusive to eBags, the Samsonite Spinner Underseater with USB Port tucks neatly under your seat, has smart pockets for your traveling-light essentials--and will charge your phone or tablet.
Powered by global interactive marketing provider ExactTarget (NYSE: ET), eBags' back to school "Bag an iPad" campaign is one of two campaigns the etailer has launched since July that drives sales by providing customers exclusive access to discounts and sweepstakes after engaging on Facebook, email and mobile.
Other brands, such as Ralph Lauren, Net-A-Porter, Diesel, and eBags, have also experimented with the digital shopping tool.
The move pairs the retailer with CNS Stores, eBags (with licensed handbags from the likes of Betsey Johnson) and Dreams subsidiary Pro Team (with a broad array of licensed sports apparel and collectibles), and will bring the mass merchant's online offering up to "millions" of SKUs according to the company.
The company said it picked the retailers--including eBags, CSN Stores and Pro Team--because they have large product assortments and solid customer service track records.
Sold in over 1,300 stores nationally including QVC and major internet retailer eBags. com, the company specializes in high-quality, trendsetting hand bags, as well as sunglasses, belts and small leather goods.
Peter Cobb, co-founder and senior vice president of eBags.com in Denver, says Google's print program "makes it easier for people like us." The company, which sells handbags, luggage, and laptop cases online, already uses Google for paid search listings.
"Strong sales have continued, even in the last two months; we're up over 50 percent," said Peter Cobb, co-founder and senior vice president of Internet retailer ebags.com.
In his book, Brondmo offers the same kind of advice that helped eBags double its sales in a year on a fraction of the marketing budget.