June 20th, 2017

Crain’s Cleveland Business – crainscleveland.com Monday, November 14, 2011Tech advances help banks develop bondsBy Sid Good Good Marketing, Inc.Each generation seems to reflect a different relationship with its banks. As an aging Baby Boomer, I love the convenience of ATMs to handle a majority of my banking needs, and I appreciate the value of accessing my accounts online.And while there are many in our parents’ and grandparents’ generation who still actually go inside a bank…

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June 20th, 2017

Bedtime Stories for Entrepreneurs: Inspiring Stories from Clevelanders Who Found Success – Good Marketing, Inc., pp. 89-92; A COSE Publication © 2005.  

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June 20th, 2017

Crain’s Cleveland Business – crainscleveland.comThursday March 23, 2006Kid-centric circlesBy John Booth Crain’s Cleveland Business- crainscleveland.comFresh off his 20th trip to the American International Toy Fair in New York, Sid Good headed off to warmer climes: He was the featured speaker at last week’s National Sports Card Trade Conference and Show in Honolulu.Mr. Good, president of Cleveland’s Good Marketing, which promotes and develops toys and other kid-themed…

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June 20th, 2017

The Plain Dealer Monday, March 06, 2006Business BookshelfBy Janet H. Cho The Plain Dealer- cleveland.comName: Bruce GoodTitle: Vice President, Good Marketing Inc., a Cleveland firm that develops products, services and brands primarily in the kids’ market.What he’s reading: “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,” by Dr. Seuss. $7.99, published by Random House Books for Young Readers.Why: “Our 5-year-old son is able to read out loud this wonderful rhyming…

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June 20th, 2017

Nation’s Restaurant News (Magazine) January 9, 2006 Subway teams with Discovery Kids to reach childrenBy Gregg Cebrzynski RetailNet.comMilford, Conn.- Sandwich chain Subway has partnered with the Discovery Kids channel in a comprehensive kids’ marketing campaign designed to promote healthy lifestyles and make the brand more appealing to young consumers.The campaign, which broke Jan. 2, includes TV spots, in-store material and online promotions encouraging children ages 6 to 12…

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