The report opines that demand for potato flakes, which are rich in carbohydrate and contain imperative minerals, will ride the coattails of
shifting consumer preferences toward consumption of nutrition-rich food & beverages.
We'll find out in May but candidates should not solely ride the coattails of
a popular president.
But both no-name winner and electable need to ride the coattails of
But if the ghost of spin-offs past has taught us anything, it's that you can't just ride the coattails of
your predecessors to a triumphant finish.
They ride the coattails of
the President's undeniable popularity but will readily point the finger when things go wrong.
Shares in Japanese gaming giant Nintendo have extended their week-long rally as investors ride the coattails of
the Pokemon Go craze sweeping across the globe, with an estimated 65 million user already playing the game.
Normally "they'd ride the coattails of
the presidential candidate."
This very well crafted, empathetic drama should ride the coattails of
its similarly themed predecessors to solid sales and decent niche biz in numerous territories.
That may be an advantage for Desir, who would do well to ride the coattails of
one of America's greatest narratives.
Though it's not based on a British series, some could say that ABC's Gilded Lillys is hoping to ride the coattails of
Downton Abbey mania.
If writers do not know who their audiences are, they can, in essence, ride the coattails of
the marketing channels of a traditional publisher.
Don't get me started on the idea of rebranding client-server application architecture as "the private cloud"--a shameless attempt to ride the coattails of
To win a seat in Parliament, a candidate must usually ride the coattails of
a powerful political leader.
"Hachette Book Group said in a statement that Meyer s books have been a phenomenal sensation" and that "it shouldn t be surprising to hear that other people may seek to ride the coattails of
With all the recent media coverage focused on the election, now would be an ideal time to ride the coattails of
famed 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but that's not what prompted retailer Jeff Christian of White House Home Center to rebuild his store into a replica of the White House.