The summer blockbuster is as ubiquitous as fireworks on the Fourth of July—it wouldn't be summer without them. But as it becomes increasingly easy to keep up with the latest entertainment from the comfort of home, advertisers and marketers can be left wondering who is actually filling those theater seats.
Dunkin' Donuts wants to create cool musical buzz with millennials this summer to push its iced coffee products.
The food world has exploded. Eating is a national past time, and foodie culture is on everybody's lips.
7-Eleven is now offering its Slurpees with hipsterlicious mustache straws and cups shaped like Mason jars.Be warned: they ain't free. It's a cool 99 cents for the stache straw, and a full $2.99 for the Mason jar (though you get your first Slurpee free).
Summer may still seem far off—especially on the East coast with its recent soggy weather and tepid temperatures—but JWT’s new campaign for Nestlé’s Outshine frozen fruit bars certainly makes it feel like a new season.
With more smartphone users than ever, brands are preparing for what could be a break-through quarter in mobile advertising as consumers spend more time outdoors while constantly checking their iPhone or Samsung.