“I love the idea of TFWA Cannes going Pokémon mad,” says Clive. “How do you hold a glass, a plate of finger-food AND your mobile device all at once during the Opening Cocktail? How many people will simultaneously attack the big ice-sculpture (with an Ice-Pickémon?) when they find it’s hiding one?”
Could we create ‘Pokéstops’ within airport shops around the world, offering ‘hatch one get one free’ Pokémon eggs, linked of course to generous shopping discounts?
As a regular traveller I like not only what Hong Kong International Airport has to offer but the way it communicates that offer.
Not for the first time in an industry charity initiative was it a case of Dan’s the man. Thanks to him and to Cognac Prunier from me – and from the children of Haiti.
In this beauty category Benefit just won’t be browbeaten, despite hot competition from what I guess must be known as arch-rivals.
I walked past a temperature check at Hong Kong International Airport: unfortunately duty free retailers are feeling a distinct chill.
The BUD Runway Run is all about remembering a courageous young girl who didn’t make it and supporting those who continue to battle.
As weary FAB delegates arrive back home to all parts of the world, they will regale anyone prepared to listen about the night they all came out to Montreux.
My team is also working extraordinary hours to get the job done here of the quality we stand for. They’re a great, great bunch of individuals, united in a common cause. FAB-ulous actually.
The Moodie Tipster’s duty free horse racing prediction concession has been extended for another year after a pretty good effort on Saturday. He went for Idaho (2nd), Harzand (1st) and Red Verdon (4th) in that order. Close but no cigar.
I’m at London Heathrow Airport Terminal 2, en route to Dublin for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby. Just think, in a couple of years’ time I’ll have to queue with all the other non-EU passengers when I land in Ireland. It’s hard to comprehend, or express, the almost seismic shock this nation is feeling after […]
“He is a lovely horse to work with,” continued Bolger. “There are no holes in this fellow.” Ah that explains it then. He only ran like he’d been shot.
The Moodie Tipster, our infamous anonymous horse racing expert, is, we hope, going to guide one lucky reader towards a fabulous US$1 million prize.