Nike is usually spot on when it comes to a news story. But they really stepped in it yesterday after the news of Kobe Bryant's death hit the news. Their twitter account coldly retweeted a "Mamba out." tweet from is retirement in 2016.
The comment backlash was swift, with fans noting how tasteless it was. Nike quickly replaced the tweet with this one.
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This past month, Snickers and its French agency, CLM BBDO, teamed up to play a little ruse on consumers. To remind them that nothing can replace a Snickers, they did just that by disguising Bounty bars in Snickers packaging. And thus was born #SnickersGate, which, thankfully, has been resolved. 24 hours after it began, the brand filled consumers in, with a spinoff of the signature tagline - announcing "We're not us when we're hungry".
We get it. Minneapolis-based ad agency Broadhead Co. wanted to be clever. The idea that we all share in the problems associated with meth use isn't the worst positioning ever. But... really? No one spoke up in a meeting to say "Uh, hey guys...?"
Now, sadly, the nearly $450,000 campaign has become a laughing stock in the media. Maybe they should have just said no.
You gotta stand out on social media, and this is surely one way to do it. To showcase the all-new 2019 Audi Q3, M/H VCCP and Gentleman Scholar created a bunch of fun executions as part of the “Q3 in :03” campaign. Take a look: