Now, I love the ladies of Destiny’s Child and don’t want to knock Michelle Williams (who, for the record, is a very successful solo artist in the gospel genre), but this tweet from Wendy’s is hilarious.
Now that the products have launched, gifts have been opened, Boxing Day purchases unboxed and the general frenzy of Christmas is behind us, we marketers can turn our gazes to the year ahead. If I get my wish, firms and brands will put serious thought and resources into loyalty. To get wheels turning, I present some thought-starters and news:
What plots and stories would Seinfeld embrace, if the show was still on the air? According to a new parody Twitter account (which has gained 60k+ followers since its debut yesterday), storylines could include Elaine joining a CrossFit box (as a CrossFitter, I approve of this suggestion), Jerry breaking up with a woman because she doesn’t like Shake Shack Custard (how that’s even possible, I don’t know), and Kramer getting into a fight with an Apple Genius. I’d watch a Seinfeld re-boot just to see Newman try eHarmony!
It’s Christmas party season, which means good times… and safe driving. To help, Molson Coors Canada has partnered with cab app Hailo, and is partnering with 100 of their key accounts in Toronto to offer $10 vouchers (for a campaign total of $1m) for patrons looking for a safe way home after their revelry. Here’s more info.
Cheers, and thanks, Molson!
Looking for something unique to do on a Friday night? Until the end of the month, the ROM is opening its doors and setting up bars and a dance floor for Friday Night Live. Drinks, dancing, yummy food and dinosaurs!