“Tishman adds quirky vending machine in Rockefeller Center” by Lisa Fickenscher, New York Post

Looks like Rockefeller Center wants to cater to shoppers who are in a hurry. Six vending machines have recently landed on the concourse under the famed tourist Mecca — and they spit out everything from chicken pesto sandwiches and ready-to-eat cookie dough to a Brooks Brothers shirt, a shaving kit and an $800 diamond engagement… Read more »

“We visited the new Nike-powered Foot Locker in Manhattan and saw why it’s a sneakerhead’s dream” by Bethany Biron, Business Insider

Foot Locker opened the doors to its third community-focused Power Store, teaming with Nike in a partnership that integrates the brand’s proprietary technology into the new store concept. The store — which opened to the public on August 10 in Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood — includes a variety of new features, including the ability to… Read more »

“Foot Locker ‘NikePlus Unlock Box’ Immerses Consumers At NYC ‘Power Store'” by Emily Jed, Vending Times

NEW YORK CITY — Foot Locker announced the grand opening of its Washington Heights community-based Power Store, which features a full suite of immersive capabilities for consumers to experience, including a “NikePlus Unlock Box” vending machine where members can unlock free limited-edition items, and a “Shoecase” that provides members with early access to coveted sneaker… Read more »

“Honest Tea Brings Mobile Tea Garden, Charitable Vending Machine to Bethesda” by Charlie Wright, Bethesda Magazine

Residents wandering around Bethesda Row have a new option to quench their thirst, and these beverages come with a lesson in fair trade and organic materials. Bethesda-based organic tea company Honest Tea installed a charitable vending machine outside its corporate office at 4827 Bethesda Ave. in mid-July. All of the proceeds go to its partners… Read more »

“Nat Geo, WeWork recreate ’90s workspaces to promote dot-com bubble series” by Erica Sweeney, Marketing Dive

Dive Brief: • National Geographic and WeWork partnered on an experiential campaign to promote the network’s new limited series “Valley of the Boom,” which focuses on the dot-com bubble, according to news shared with Marketing Dive. • Today (Dec. 3), WeWork locations in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco will be turned into… Read more »