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AIRWORLD PART 5: ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

By: Greg Lindsay on September 16, 2005

DENVER (AdAge.com) -- It's easy to sound glib when describing airports as "invisible cities" on the edges of the ones we call home. But the vast, isolated facilities of Denver International Airport on the Colorado Piedmont deserve the title.

What Happens Here? Fear, Loathing and Marketing in Vegas Part 2

By: Greg Lindsay on May 23, 2006

LAS VEGAS (AdAge.com) -- On Monday morning, I set out into the Forum Shops at Caesars to see the largest watch store in the world, Tourneau's 18,000 square-foot "Time Dome." While there, Tourneau Exec VP Andrew Block, like a proud papa, revealed that the Time Dome, which opened a year ago in February, was already poised to outstrip the company's "Time Machine" store on 57th Street in Manhattan, which turns 10 next year and sits next door to Tiffany & Co.

Vegas Part 5: Same Old, Same Old on the Strip

By: Greg Lindsay on May 26, 2006

LAS VEGAS (AdAge.com) -- By my fifth day in Las Vegas, I was not, despite Hunter S. Thompson's example, a sleep-deprived, drug-addled freak. If anything, I was actually a little bored. What I really saw during my time here was an infectious degree of sameness. The last decade's luxe lust may have built the city into an adult playpen, but for anyone from New York or Los Angeles or San Francisco, the net effect has been to bring Las Vegas more up to par with those cities while sweeping away all of its sandy grit. For example, not only could I find the same luxury brands in the Forum Shops that I could in New York, I could also find them again half a mile up the Strip in the Fashion Show Mall.

AIRWORLD PART 12: BRAND BENEFITS OF A NON-PLACE

By: Greg Lindsay on September 27, 2005

PARIS (AdAge.com) -- As far as passengers are concerned, airports have neither a real past nor a future, just a continual present that reliably offers a consistent set of choices -- flight schedules, duty free, fast food -- day after day after day. Airworld is, in a sense, a single, giant franchised operation.

A NEW MARKETING STRATEGY FOR LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES

By: Greg Lindsay on July 12, 2004

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Live music has always been an intangible commodity, usually vanishing into the air or bootlegged occasionally by ardent fans. But refinements in CD-burning technology and the rise of legal music-downloading services offer a new scenario.

AIRWORLD PART 3: PANIC ATTACK

By: Greg Lindsay on September 14, 2005

AIRBORNE (AdAge.com) -- Enfolded in a blessedly cushioned airline seat and leveling off after a climb out of Orlando, I am inclined to seriously rethink my original idea that sleeping in airports will be some great adventure. Airworld, it turns out, can be as much a grim gulag as a glitzy shopping mall.

A MARKETING REPORTER'S JOURNEY INTO AIRWORLD

By: Greg Lindsay on September 12, 2005

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Advertising Age editor-at-large Greg Lindsay kicks off three weeks of reporting from inside "Airworld" with this dispatch. His reports...

Turbulence at 10: Has JetBlue Become Just Another Airline?

By: Greg Lindsay on August 16, 2010

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The Slater episode was never supposed to happen on JetBlue. When the airline launched 10 years ago from its hub at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, it promised to "bring humanity back to air travel." Founder David Neeleman recruited flight attendants from every industry except other airlines. Even its passengers seemed nicer. The brand is in fact still strong, but what comes next?