The freezer pop staple has created new members of their Otter squad to achieve gender balance with the hashtag #ottersgoequal.
When you think of La Choy, the brand of canned American Chinese foods, does a fire-breathing dragon come to mind?
Most tourists head to New York City to visit the Statue of Liberty in her emerald splendor. Now, they’ll get to snap selfies with another green icon taking over Times Square.
It was the battle of the breakfast bowls in 1965. Quisp, a zany pink alien, had met his match in Quake, a miner-themed superhero.
Do you remember when the Pillsbury Doughboy used to appear on TV playing a trumpet or electric guitar? How about his brief stint in hip-hop or when he shimmied to the cornbread twist?
This summer, 7UP enthusiasts in India will be heading “Back to Cool” with the soft drink’s new campaign made specifically with nostalgia in mind.
Robert Skollar on Being Best Friends With One of Advertising’s Biggest Icons
Arby’s introduced an animated character on March 2, 2003 named Oven Mitt to become the new spokes…mitt for the brand.
He wore a blue and white striped conductor’s hat, couldn’t have been more than 10-years-old, and was able to engineer a train entirely by using… a box of Good & Plenty?
Decades after their first introduction into advertising, Bert and Harry Piel remain two of the most iconic, and beloved, characters created for a beer brand.