Before BuzzBee flew onto the cereal scene, Cheerios had a little boy and girl as their brand mascots — The Cheerios Kid and Sue.
If you’re a die-hard fan of the Planters icon Mr. Peanut, you might just be a member of the Peanut Pals.
If you’ve ever stopped by an ampm location, chances are you might have encountered this unusual character as you were drinking up or chowing down.
Most brand mascots tend to be created at tables and desks, inside of homes and advertising agencies — not airport lounges.
The past 365 days have seen our favorite characters showing up to the Super Bowl, opening pop-up restaurants, celebrating landmark birthdays, and even joining us on stage for an forgettable mascot panel live in New York City!
If you didn’t know any better, you might assume that Coca-Cola’s “Sprite Boy” was a brand mascot created for one of their most famous soft drinks, Sprite.
Break out the bubbles (carbonated Coke bubbles, that is) and join us for a look through the decades at how Sundblom was inspired to paint the holly jolly fellow we know and love today.
Few televised spots are as anticipated each year as the Christmas ads from UK retailer John Lewis. This year’s campaign is no exception, as the world was introduced to Moz the Monster.
It’s officially the end of a tech era: AOL Instant Messenger will be discontinued on Friday December 15, 2017.
For more than 80 years, the Clydesdales have been icons on behalf of the brand’s brew dating from the Prohibition era to Super Bowl Sunday.