Recently, my family (two adults and one 10 year old) “broke” our record when we paid $91 for breakfast of egg benedicts, pancakes, and fine coffee at a popular cafe. While we were mentally (and financially) prepared for that enjoyable meal, it seemed quite clear that dining out and entertaining can be costly. Especially when we are only free on peak periods – Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
Celebrate the upcoming London 2012 Olympic Games with Coca-Cola and McDonald’s. Global partners since 1955, the two leading consumer brands are worldwide partners of the upcoming Games in London, and are offering customers a limited edition set of 6 “Coca-Cola London 2012 Olympic Games” glasses.
As I was taking the bus to work this morning, I spotted this poster announcing a special promotion for students.
Bright coloured with black shadowy figures (inspired no less by Apple’s famous iPod ads), they were clearly targeted at teens taking public buses. It had all the supposed ingredients of a youth marketing campaign, namely:
1) Cool handphones for prizes (though not exactly the latest models)