Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-BMF launched a “Meet the Tinkletons” holiday campaign for Aldi in Australia (video above).

Sir Martin Sorrell says the U.S. election is “effectively a second Brexit.”

-Black Mirror marketed itself on Twitter by reminding viewers that Trump’s win was not a marketing stunt.

Rusu+Bortun Brand Growers“#voteinRomania” campaign, which aims to increase voting in Romania by pointing to the U.S. presidential election, was made way more convincing last night.

-Recently-appointed Beam Suntory CMO Rebecca Messina hired Coca-Cola vet David Campbell as vice president, integrated marketing communications

-Coca-Cola and Pepsi are facing new soda taxes in four U.S. cities.

-Creatives Chaz Mather and Lucy Jones designed a “Trump Pussy Protector” (actually a customized mouse trap) in response to a president elect who has bragged about committing sexual assault.