Let’s take a look at some of the lesser-known icons in McDonaldland that were part of Ronald’s BFF squad.
By casting your vote, you have the power to give these characters a place in advertising history and enshrine them in our Walk of Fame forever.
Today, we’re returning for a look back at these magical characters including beloved icons like Grimace and the Fry Kids in our two-part McDonaldland series.
In September 1972, a mysterious new visitor arrived to the Green Giant’s Valley. Much like the beloved harvest icon, this new character was green and dressed in leaves.
If a brand mascot could take over your ad agency’s social media handles for the day, who would you want it to be? No, seriously: which character would you bestow the keys (AKA login information) to for your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts?
Ahoy, AW360 readers it’s National Rum Day! As we toast one another with a rum and Coke (or two) on this holiday, we’re also reminded to “live like a captain” as Captain Morgan would say.
It’s big news from the little Doughboy and the team at Pillsbury, who are partnering with the Food Network to put a modern spin on the Bake-Off® event for the next generation of home cooks.
Before the Nesquik Bunny hopped onto grocery shelves and decades before streaming television, a spunky pup harmonized about the delicious taste of chocolate-flavored milk on black and white TV screens everywhere.
Happy National Root Beer Float Day! We can’t think of anyone better to enjoy this holiday with than the legendary Rooty, also known as the Great Root Bear at A&W Restaurants.
Join us as we go back in time with General Mills and revisit some of the greatest characters to ever hang out with us during breakfast in this special AW360 origin stories post.