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Taco Bell sends fans to Texas

The QSR is promoting its latest Naked Chicken Chalupa creation by giving away a trip to a ranch.

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Check it out: Taco Bell’s take on ‘sadvertising’

The QSR gets the word out about its Quesarito in a not-so-heartwrenching story of friends coming together.

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Taco Bell, beer and the battle for diners

Restaurant growth in Canada is flat, so Taco Bell is changing its brand to bring more millennials through the door.

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Your chatbot needs a helping hand: column

Eighty-Eight’s Erin Bury on why brands intrigued by the buzzy tech shouldn’t totally abandon the human touch.

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Taco Bell gets artistic

The QSR collaborated with four different artists on its first Canadian out-of-home campaign.

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Taco Bell brings personality to Snapchat

The QSR hopes to grow its presence on the platform following a nationwide search for a permanent host.

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Taco Bell’s cult of personality

How the QSR leverages rabid fan support for its Doritos Loco Tacos into social media campaigns.

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CASSIES Silver: Taco Bell makes angry consumers eat their words

To launch its Doritos Locos Taco, the QSR literally fed fans their own tweets and posts.

Throwback Thursday: strategy in 1997

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’97, advertisers fought for tobacco cos and Cossette Media was born.

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Taco Bell’s really (really) boring video game

No joke, the QSR built the perfect game to play while waiting in line that rewards folks for “really high-octane moves” like tapping your toes and yawning.

Calling out lovers and haters

Brands like Expedia and Taco Bell tap those on both side of the emotional spectrum.

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Taco Bell inks a fan

The QSR celebrates the permanent addition of the Doritos Locos Taco by documenting a fan’s extreme brand dedications.

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On tacos and fashion

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette muses on what shopper marketers can learn from the unlikeliest of pairings.

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Xbox Live gets inside Taco Bell

For the first time, the online gaming service is advertising a summer-long contest in partnership with the QSR on its website.

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Taco Bell rallies revolutionaries

The QSR takes a stand against boring burgers with a new campaign by Grip.