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For 8 Years in a Row, G2 Crowd Reviewers Have Chosen Nimble As Their Fan-Favorite Simple Smart CRM for Office 365 and G Suite!

Nimble, the pioneering Social Sales and Marketing CRM built for Office 365 and G Suite, announced today that is has been named one of the Top Five Sales Intelligence Software Tools for Small Business and an overall CRM Industry Leader by G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform.

Nimble achieved top customer satisfaction rankings according to verified user reviews and a market presence in multiple categories, including:

  • Leader in Sales Intelligence Software Based on User Satisfaction – In the small business category, Nimble earned a 91% user satisfaction score, outpacing competitors including UpLead, Lusha, Groove, and more.

  • Top Easiest-to-Use Sales Intelligence Software tools – Nimble earned a 9.02 out of 10 usability score based on a G2 Crowd proprietary algorithm, which factors in satisfaction

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  • Travis Scott teamed up with McDonald’s to launch a special meal and McDonald’s-themed items for the rapper’s clothing line, Cactus Jack.
  • On Tuesday, Scott visited a McDonald’s in Downey, California to promote his recent collaboration with the fast-food giant. The event, which was supposed to be a surprise for customers and employees, was swarmed with fans.
  • The City of Downey fined McDonald’s and Travis Scott $200 each, according to reports, for lacking an event or filming permit.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Travis Scott and McDonald’s were fined $200 each by the city of Downey, California, for holding a promotional event that attracted over 500 people, TMZ first reported on Wednesday. The event was supposed to be a surprise for customers and employees, according to McDonald’s, but videos show that fans quickly swarmed the location.

In videos of the event, Scott can be seen standing outside without a

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Fans attend the game between the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Indianapolis Star

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Scott Etchison woke up his 13-year-old son, J.J., in the dark hours on Saturday morning, piled into their car in Zionsville at 4:30 a.m. and headed south towards Jacksonville.

The Etchisons have a goal. Together, they want to visit every NFL stadium.

For a long time, they didn’t know if they’d be able to cross any stadiums off their list this season. Not with almost every NFL stadium closed to fans because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ones that are open to fans allowing far less than their total capacity.

Scott held off a long time before buying tickets to Sunday’s season-opener in Jacksonville.

“I waited and waited,” Etchison said. “I wanted to see if they were

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