Arizonans Wagered Nearly $540M on Sports in September

Arizonans wagered nearly $540 million on sports during the month of September, according to a new report by the Arizona Department of Gaming. This amount represents an 84.7% increase when compared to September of 2021. “September was clearly a strong month for Arizona sports betting, with the state seeing over $245 million more in wagers when compared to the same month of … [More]

Arizona Celebrates 110 Years of Statehood

"On this day 110 years ago, President William Howard Taft made Arizona the 48th state of the Union. As he signed the Arizona Statehood Bill, President Taft said ‘I hope to see the valleys of the new state teeming with prosperity and afford homes to many thousands of people," Governor Doug Ducey said today in his statement in honor of Arizona Statehood Day. "Eleven decades … [More]

What Marketers Need to Know about Media’s New Currency

by Mike Hunter

It is estimated that digital advertising grew 12% over the last year, as many people were at home more during the pandemic. With billions being spent on trying to reach people as they watch videos, it only makes sense that marketers turn to new technology to advance key messaging to targeted consumers. Jeff Wilhoite, chief revenue officer at Source Digital, discusses this … [More]

Avoid the Five Biggest LinkedIn Blunders

by Lisa Apolinski

Surprising statistic from Kinsta: LinkedIn has over 575 million users and nearly half of those are active every month (meaning they post, comment or like on the platform). If that isn’t impressive enough, LinkedIn has their sites on further investments into Latin America. What makes LinkedIn even more powerful is that users update their bios regularly, so the connections you … [More]

Governor Ducey Bans Vaccine Passports in Arizona

Governor Doug Ducey today issued an Executive Order banning "vaccine passports" and preventing state and local governments from requiring Arizonans to provide their COVID-19 vaccination status to receive service or enter an area. “The residents of our state should not be required by the government to share their private medical information,” said Governor Ducey. “While we … [More]

Embry Health Opens Its Newest Public Drive-Through Testing Location in Mesa

Embry Health

Embry Health opens its newest public drive-through testing location Monday, March 15th at Red Mountain Community Church located at 6101 E Virginia St, Mesa, AZ 85203. Embry Health providers are testing the public for the novel coronavirus and antibodies on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 8AM–4PM, and on Saturdays from 10AM–4PM. The Red Mountain Community Church … [More]

J.P. Morgan Wealth Management to Hire over 100 Financial Advisors in Phoenix Metro Area by 2022

J.P. Morgan Wealth Management

J.P. Morgan Wealth Management announced plans to hire more than 100 financial advisors in the Phoenix metro area by 2022, highlighting the bank’s commitment to growth in Arizona. The new employees will work in J.P. Morgan’s growing U.S. wealth management business, with a focus on offering professional financial advice for clients who prefer to engage via video and … [More]

Washington Is the Best State. Arizona, Not So Much.

U.S. News & World Report

Washington is the Best State in the country, according to the 2021 U.S. News Best States rankings. U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and civic journalism, evaluated all 50 states across a range of categories to capture how states best serve their citizens. Washington is among the top 10 states in the infrastructure, education, economy, fiscal … [More]

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