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Nemo

A television or radio broadcast that originates some place other than the studio. A prominent example is a sports broadcast, which originates at the field or court of play.
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CONTACT: Contacts: Publicis Groupe, Peggy Nahmany, Corporate Communication, +33(0)1-44-43-72-83; Martine Hue, Investor Relations, +33(0)1-44-43-65-00; Publicis Modem, Sarah Hazell, +44(0)207-830-3426; Nemos, Pascal Urscheler, +41-76-349-58-28
Nemo is out to net the oneperson business people such as cake and sandwich deliverers, florists and the like who want a van to be very eye-catching and individual.
72 metres wide, Nemo is capable of carrying loads up to the capacity of 2.
Priced from pounds 7995 plus VAT and delivery, the new four-model Nemo range includes X and LX trim levels.
Access to the load compartment is via two hinged rear doors which open a full 180 degrees and, to make things easy, the Nemo comes with a low sill height.
The Nemos Seafood owners are discovering that franchising their business has tremendous advantages, from expanding with minimal capital investment--since franchisees provide the initial investment--to competing more effectively against much larger competitors.
Spears and Williams, both former Blimpie franchise owners, invested $250,000 from personal savings, proceeds from the sale of their Blimpie properties, and a home equity loan to turn an old Chinese restaurant into the first Nemos Seafood.
But parents eager to please their children with the orange clownfish or anemone fish are finding out that a Nemo of their own is a little more complicated than bringing home a goldfish from a carnival.
June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In the spirit of Walt Disney's renowned ability to create magic, the Disneyland Resort is sprinkling some pixie dust on the calendar and virtually creating an "8th Day" in its operating week in anticipation of high demand for the new Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage attraction, which resurfaces June 11 in the Tomorrowland Lagoon.
In an industry some would say is more interested in profits than people, Nemos is a fish out of water.
Another risk of the Nemo craze is to the fish themselves.
Unlike the surge in Dalmatians after Disney's ``101 Dalmatians'' series, when the novelty of Nemo wears off, orphaned fish won't be flooding into animal shelters.