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Have you caught wind of the “Yodeling kid”? Chances are, you probably have. 10-year-old Mason Ramsey quickly found all eyes on him after getting caught on camera yodeling in the middle of a Walmart in Harrisburg, Illinois. The video was shared across the internet and quickly went viral, gaining him over a million views on YouTube. Videos of the “Yodeling kid” as he’s come to be known are trending all over the internet.
The real world, a concept that instills a chilling fear into almost every soon-to-be college graduate. For many college students, the closest they’ve been to the real world is attending their 8 a.m. classes; possibly the source of the fear or perhaps it’s fear of the unknown.
There’s lots of competition in the digital world and making data-driven decisions is becoming crucial. To compete, marketers now need to develop strategies to grow campaigns efficiently and effectively. Follow these three steps to better define your strategy on your next digital campaign.
The 2026 FIFA World Cup™ is coming back to American soil and Stone Ward was thrilled to partner with client U.S. Soccer and their PR agency, Fleishman Hillard, to celebrate the victory and announce the news to the world.
June 30th was #SocialMediaDay – a day to celebrate the ever-growing improvements and changes happening within the realm of social media. As social media continues to develop and transform, so do its trends. We see trends through ways of interacting more efficiently and, for businesses, marketing more effectively.
In an unprecedented move, the state of Arkansas, all 75 counties and more than 360 cities have joined together to file a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the opioid drug industry.
Hundreds of government officials and employees gathered on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol during a news conference coordinated by the Stone Ward Public Relations Department to announce that the complaint had been filed.