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In this faster-paced episode we take a closer look at the viral sensation "St. Louis Style" that somehow managed to rope in Panera. We examine a few of the best brand pranks from April Fools Day across social media, U.P.S. successfully lands its first drone delivery and finally, the highly anticipated "Impossible" Whopper rollout thats going on at Burger King (starting in St. Louis of all places!)
As always, Feedworthie is brought to you by Rebuild Group, a creative agency in Milwaukee Junction, Detroit.
0:00 - Introduction
1:20 - Brand Pranks from April Fools Day
8:30 - #Bagelgate / St. Louis Style
14:20 - UPS Wins on Drone Delivery
19:10 - The Impossible Burger hits BK
26:40 - Fast Foodworthie
30:15 - Outro & Final Words
What a month! We're back in Studio unwrapping Burger King's new Grilled Chicken Sandwich- which has recently taken on KFC in a battle of the fast food chicken sandwiches... and we even taste test the sandwich so you don't have to!
We're also diving into the highly addicting Sephora app and their loyalty program. There's been plenty of conversation online from users who just can't get enough (and have had enough) of this app which is constantly urging them in different ways to buy! We sat down with Becca from the Rebuild office to get a much needed female perspective on Sephora and to hear more on her shopping habits within this category..
Lastly, TP brand Cottenelle has gotten themselves into the mix with its own controversial (banned from TV) digital video campaign that was dropped on Twitter. We dig into all of this in more in our 7th episode of Feedworthie!
Segment time stamps
0:00 - Intro
2:45 - Burger King
9:45 - Sephora
16:00 - Conversation with Becca!
20:45 - Family Fun Night
28:50 - Walmart & Cottonelle Drama
37:30 - Beer Wars Update
38:30 - Wrap-Up
In this special episode of Feedworthie we're breaking down the top spots still generating conversation after the 4th quarter from this year's big game. It cost $5M for each 30-second spot and as usual the brands came to play. From Mircosoft to Amazon, to Hyundai and Kia to Burger King and much more... we'll give you 5 spots (our Feedworthie 5) to take a closer look at and in the end and we crown a few honorable mentions in our first ever Feedworthie awards.
In our fifth episode, the guys look at Capital One's approach to driving foot traffic to its retail locations, Walmart's clever play on nostalgia in digital video and our new years resolutions. We'll break it all down and get you ready before next week's big game!
Looking back at November activity and Black Friday 2018, which brands had the best activations this holiday season? We catch up on Tom's shoes, Cards against Humanity and Butterball's voice-activated alignment with Amazon Alexa. The guys also look at a new trend from unexpected CPG brands trying out holiday clothing drops typically seen only in the fashion space.
Another year, another season. In this third episode the guys take a closer look at the approach some popular consumer brands (Pepsi, Microsoft, BW3, Reeses, Dr. Pepper) are doing in the football world to stand out.
In our second episode the crew looks at which retailers are making the most (or least) of the back-to-school wave. Find out if Steve DeAngelis would rather order a Pumpkin Spice Latte or Ockotoberfest beer, and exactly how large was the impact Nike made with it’s 2018 “Just Do It” content featuring former NFL-star turned sideline protester Colin Kaepernick. Finally, would you dare name your baby Harland for a chance to win $11,000 from KFC?
Back to School - 1:15
Fall Food Craves - 13:40
KFC - 19:30
Nike - 22:00
Closing remarks - 33:30
Our inaugural episode! Meet the crew as we cover IHOP’s recent burger debacle, Taco Bell's nacho fries, how Amazon fared with Prime Day 2018, finally we'll analyze some conversations around the largest TV / Internet providers.
IHOB - 2:00
Taco Bell - 12:20
Prime Day - 16:08
TV / Internet Providers - 23:17
Closing remarks - 35:33