Articles Tagged ‘KFC’

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KFC Canada picks John St. as new AOR

The agency takes over all elements of the QSR’s creative, ending a nine-year relationship with Grip.

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AToMiC 2019: Old brands, new tricks

Grip Limited modernized the images of two very different brands, KFC and the Terry Fox Foundation.

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KFC delivers a tasty proposition

From delivery to reaching smaller groups, how a new value meal-focused ad reflects the QSR’s plans for the year ahead.

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Tech in Action: KFC traps trainees in a VR escape room

A menacing Colonel Sanders oversees a disturbing virtual version of the QSR’s training process.

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Experience-based retail

Here are three clever executions from the physical world to keep shoppers coming to stores.

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The best in brand foolishness

Our sister site Stimulant rounds up some of the top prank ads from April Fool’s Day.

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Little fingers give KFC a new emotional direction

A play on the restaurant’s “Finger Lickin’ Good” evolves its ongoing food story.

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KFC opens a cooking school

The QSR gets people close to its fabled secret recipe while educating them about how it prepares its food.

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KFC augments consumers’ hoop dreams

A new campaign and AR app targeting families aims to bolster the QSR’s partnership with the NBA.

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Mum’s the word

From ordinary moments to mom caves, check out how three brands are celebrating household matriarchs ahead of their big day.

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KFC brings people together

A “twosie” inspired by the Colonel himself takes a street-style approach to reaching millennials.

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KFC captures the moment

The QSR is using Periscope and wireless printing to help celebrate 60 years in Canada.

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Trend alert: brands get crafty

An anthropological guide for brands getting into handcrafted messaging.

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KFC, the hard way

The QSR is the latest company to venture into the handcrafted space, with a new tagline and campaign.

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Aimia names new CMO

The loyalty program brings in former Rogers EVP/CMO John Boynton to lead all marketing.