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  • In response to a request from the National Economic Council, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) convened a workshop on 30 April 1999 to assess the potential value of federally sponsored prizes and contests in advancing science and technology in the public interest. A five-member steering committee1 was appointed by NAE President Wm. A. Wulf to organize the workshop and prepare a brief summary report to sponsors. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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  • John Deereis the world‟s leading manufacturer of farm equipment. In the fall of 2010, the company launched a giveaways campaign, in which the prize was one of its tractors customized by a famous automobile designer. “In a departure from traditional equipment promotions, John Deere has launched its unique Big Buck customized 4020 tractor giveaway, as well as significant purchase incentives on utility tractors for customers for the end of 2009 and into 2010,” read the press releaseannouncing the campaign.

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  • Unmeasured media include nontraditional venues for promoting a product: Internet marketing, consumer contests, prizes, give- aways, product placement in movies and television shows, novelties and other consumer items (e.g., logos on T-shirts), and spon- sorships of concerts, sporting events, and other forms of entertainment and celebrations. These marketing venues and strategies are part of a dramatic shift in advertising strategy, termed branding, where the advertiser establishes an emotional connection between the brand and the targeted audience.

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  • On the morning of October 6, 1829, there began at Rainhill, in England, a contest without parallel in either sport or industry. There were four entries: Braithwaite and Ericsson's Novelty. Timothy Hackworth's Sans-pareil. Stephenson and Booth's Rocket. Burstall's Perseverance. .These were neither race-horses nor stagecoaches, but rival types of the newly invented steam locomotive. To win the £500 prize offered, the successful engine, if weighing six tons, must be able to draw a load of twenty tons at ten miles an hour, and to cover at least seventy miles a day.

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