Cultural and Societal Shifts Shape New Thanksgiving Traditions

Chicago, November 22, 2016 — Thanksgiving traditions are evolving to reflect the new cultural and societal makeup of the U.S., finds The NPD Group, a leading global information company, and its research partner, CultureWaves®, a consumer qualitative insights company that … Read More

How Thanksgiving Turned Into Friendsgiving

Thanksgiving has changed, and, if anything, it seems to have extended the holiday. It’s become known as a “season of eating” rather than one meal–and along with it comes time spent with a variety of different “friend groups.” Our EVP … Read More

Spare A thought For the “Un-Traditional”

I’m back in Australia for the first time in many years and after reading many of my dear American friend’s Facebook updates and twitter feeds about Thanksgiving it led me to ponder the holiday. … Read More

Cartoon Network Rickrolls America

In case you guys haven’t followed the Rickroll phenomenon, here’s a little backstory. What started out as a joke on internet forms of linking people to a video of Rick Astley  singing “Never Gonna Give You Up”. This eventually became … Read More