One of the things that makes the Lovemarks concept so powerful and intuitive is that it is universal. I have given lectures on Lovemarks all over the world, and no matter where I travel, I meet people eager to tell me about the places, people, brands and products that hold a special place in their hearts.
The comments that flow into Lovemarks.com every day are testament to the universality of the Lovemarks idea. Here are Lovemarks nominations and comments from the past few weeks. They have come from around the globe, and they show how Lovemarks transcend culture, language, and geography.
He is definitely a Lovemark for the millions of listeners who are touched by a certain sincerity and soul he lends to a composition. He renders a folk-style song with as much ease, expressiveness and élan as poignantly he would the Bhajans and Kirtans, notwithstanding his religious milieu. Listening to Mohd. Rafi singing feels almost like a responsibility/duty, well-fulfilled towards the hours of hard-work the team put in to make each song. That's the sincerity of making not only his willowy voice, but also the connotation of lines written, noticeable to the listener – that's almost as pure as a child's love. This makes anyone who has some sense of music truly 'feel' the songs.
This place is actually cool! It’s true that the ambience is nice and clean, but the attention is remarkable. You won’t find any supermarket in Peru in which employees bring your stuff to your car. Buying at Wong is a whole experience, their service transforms it into a new living style!