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Global Car Sales Revenues to Plunge by $200B in 2022

Car sales in 2022 have proved just as challenging as in 2021, as supply chain bottlenecks and record inflation deepen automakers’ uphill battle. According to data presented by AugustaFreePress, with rising costs and low inventory plaguing the industry, global car sales revenues are expected to plunge by $200bn this year. Revenues Dipped Below 2014 Levels...

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Brands will Spend a Whopping $32.5bn on Influencer Advertising in 2023, 18% more than this Year

The influencer advertising industry has grown by an impressive 355% over the past five years, becoming one of the leading online marketing channels. With budgets growing fast and marketers seeing strong returns, the entire market will continue booming. According to data presented by AugustaFreePress, brands will spend a whopping $32.5bn on influencer advertising in 2023,...

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Hendrick: Alex Bowman (concussion) out for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series playoff race

Alex Bowman will not compete in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL due to continued concussion symptoms, Hendrick Motorsports confirmed on Tuesday.

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Men’s Soccer: #21 UVA drops 1-0 decision to #10 Denver at Klöckner Stadium

#21 UVA, a recent add to the national polls after a recent hot streak, dropped a 1-0 decision to #10 Denver on Tuesday night at Klöckner Stadium.

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Game Preview: Can JMU Dukes remain perfect in first season in FBS?

The James Madison football team looks to remain perfect when they visit Arkansas State on Saturday in Sun Belt action.

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Youth fishing programs would eliminate social and financial barriers to get outdoors

The Youth Coastal Fishing Program Act is bipartisan legislation that would create a grant program within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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35 advocacy groups, lawmakers ask the Biden administration to extend the PSLF waiver

A group of U.S. lawmakers including Tim Kaine (D-VA) and 35 advocacy groups have asked the U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona to extend the limited Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver deadline until July 1, 2023.

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