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But there's at least one major obstacle to investing time and effort in this endeavor: the quest for novelty.
In the results, researchers found teens who were classified as "high novelty seekers," or people more prone to engage in thrill-seeking activities, with less brain activity in response to the "anticipated reward" were more likely to use drugs by the time they were 16.
Company is a premier souvenir and novelty gift company in the United States today.
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Nobody, that's not one single person, would ever choose to receive a novelty gift.
On the national brand side, smoothie-shop chain Jamba Juice recently introduced its own unique products to the frozen novelties category with its Jamba frozen novelty bars.
MARLBORO -- Proforma Marcom Solutions, a full service marketing and brand management company, has merged with Eastern Advertising Novelty based in Springfield.
com)-- A simple yet fun twist on a widely used product, the Alvarez Novelty Glasses, has been developed by Reggie John Alvarez of Slidell, Louisiana.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Some years ago, novelty items being given away by newspapers were a big driver of newspaper sales.
Previous studies have considered novelty as one criterion in identifying specific market segments (e.
Through familiarity and an array of offerings, ice cream is the leading frozen treat in the ice cream and frozen novelty market, representing 54% of sales in 2013.
Sreenivasan has analyzed the keywords that were used on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) to observe film trends and a novelty score was given based on the number of times any given keyword was used to describe another film.