boomtown


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boom·town

 (bo͞om′toun′)
n.
A town experiencing an economic or a population boom.
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THE Boomtown Rats have been announced as the headline act for a festival here.
BoomTown, a company that helps real estate professionals with CRM efforts and other marketing needs, needed a way to boost its own marketing with prospective clients, who are typically brokers or lead agents.
BoomTown, a company that helps real estate professionals with CRM efforts and other marketing needs, was looking for a way to boost its own marketing with prospective clients, who are typically brokers or lead agents.
VVACT finally makes his mark on big stage BOOMTOWN ACT completed a remarkable journey last month when the Belle Vue racer made all the running to take an A1 contest.
Comcast NBCUniversal tapped Boomtown to develop and manage The Farm because of the accelerator's unique structure and approach.
Important considerations of the Boomtown Impact Model include the following;
Placing its bets on a US-based provider of software and tech related services, Australian Telstra Ventures which invests in high growth firms providing technology and solutions has invested in Boomtown.
The reason I ask is that he was also screaming: "We are the Boomtown Rats and we are mega
The Boomtown Rats singer criticised their "Primark" clothes, bragged about his outfit, branded the family event tame and slagged off other acts.
COMING just a week after the EU Referendum result left Sir Bob Geldof crestfallen, The Boomtown Rats' performance at Godiva Festival offered him the perfect chance to instigate a righteous anger in the crowd.
Boomtown Rats frontman Bob Geldof opted for a cap and overcoat to party with Irish rocker Bono and his bandmates in London.
The Boomtown Rats and Live Aid legend, 63, was speaking at a pensions conference taking place this week at the BT Convention Centre.