To show appreciation for its employees, Burger King invited customers to leave thank-you messages for its team members when placing an order through the company’s app.
Last June, the company began testing new technology that allows users to purchase groceries directly from the site. Users simply scroll through the platform, click on an image they like, then click again to order all the items necessary to recreate the dish showcased in the post.
Mazda Motor Corp. designed a virtual race car for the Sony PlayStation 4 video game "Gran Turismo Sport" to give players a glimpse of what it's like to drive a vehicle by the car brand, the company announced.
Disco Donnie Presents is bringing a socially-distanced dance party to Houston later this month with a drive-In music experience featuring Riot Ten, SubDocta and Bailo.
EVERFI Launches EduCup Challenge for K-12 Students in U.S. and Canada with Six Major Sports Leagues and United Way Worldwide
EVERFI, Inc., the leading social impact education innovator, today announced that it is joining forces with six sports leagues to launch a first-of-its-kind education challenge for students who are homebound during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Burger King India, the fast food burger chain, has introduced #ReassuringWhopper with an aim to bring together people separated in these trying times.
Arby's this week launched a mobile web app that identifies types of French fries in honor of National French Fry Day.
Champs Sports has been building up its content series for years, and Senior Vice President Guy Harkless sees benefits in Eastbay following its lead.
Waze users in California will receive Heineken-branded ads when stationary reminding them not to drink and drive.
The focus of the effort is around murals painted by LGBTQ artists that feature what the brand is calling QueeR Codes: QR codes that redirect consumers to a website featuring content about the artists and Pride.
The e-commerce giant is offering free career coaching in addition to hiring 33,000 workers for corporate and tech jobs.
Danish agency Pong highlights the heartbreaking pace of wildlife loss
Miller Lite teamed up with Hotels.com to rent out a 1975-themed Miller Timeshare for $96 per night. The 1975 theme and $96 price are a nod toward the brand's founding year and its 96-calorie original light beer, respectively.
Tim Hortons, Canadian-based coffee and doughnut chain, will expand to some 1,500 outlets across China with a focus on esports themed services.
Miami Dolphins Announce Gameday Theater At Hard Rock Stadium And Virtual Membership Pass Presented By Bud Light
The Miami Dolphins today announced a new Gameday Theater at Hard Rock Stadium and Virtual Membership Pass for the 2020 season.
Victor Ortiz Creates Full Experience On 360° Drive-In Stage With Help From CHAUVET Professional
The Detroit Pistons said season-ticket buyers can earn interest on 2020-2021 packages in a special promotion with Flagstar Bank.
One fan can snag a personal watering hole valued at $10,000
The first newly designed eateries will be built in 2021 in Miami, Latin America and the Caribbean
Verizon-owned carrier virtually takes fans to Red Rocks Amphitheatre for a personalized viewing experience
Lovecraft Country has been bringing viewers on a terrifying trip through Jim Crow America. It’s a place where monsters of all kinds lurk. But soon some people will be able to fully immerse themselves into that 1950s nightmare.
Wave, the virtual concert company that facilitates live music in virtual settings, has raised $30 million in funding. Wave uses broadcast and gaming technology to create motion-captured performances of artists and turn them into animated characters in virtual worlds.
The Drum speaks to Nissan to find out how selling cars has become digitalised.
In addition to producing an immersive, interactive premiere event, the network promoted the new season of the The Alienist with a variety of steal-worthy consumer experiences.
Time Out is dedicated to supporting the city’s independently run spaces, which is why we’re teaming up with Instagram to host a virtual festival showcasing some of the brilliant independent businesses that make London the city it is.
Five people will win a trip to their virtual setting (once it's safe to travel)
The installation is in London's Brick Lane district, a popular culinary neighborhood
Burger King ran an immersive sweepstakes during the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) that asked viewers to scan a QR code with their smartphone cameras to activate an augmented reality (AR) experience, per an announcement on Twitter. The experience featured AR versions of the burger chain's mascot and rapper Lil...
With the absence of music festivals this summer, Tito's vodka wanted to bring the music festival to you. The liquor brand has put together a "Made to Order" music festival that will be streamed live and features headliners like Dierks Bentley and Portugal. The Man.
To say it’ll be unusual and scary for U.S. students to return to school during a pandemic is an understatement. Teen Vogue is hoping to offer them some helpful, professional guidance for the fall semester with its latest virtual event.
With most LGBTQ Pride festivals and parades canceled due to Covid-19 this year, PepsiCo’s Bubly brand is giving the community a way to show off its best parade looks online.
With concert halls and event spaces closed to artists and entertainers alike due to the pandemic, many have turned to the only place left to perform: online.
Car manufacturer displays its vehicles in open homes to target prospective buyers
Domino's established a virtual film festival where fans can submit homemade videos for a chance to win a year's worth of free pizza, per a news release
Burger King wants to skip directly from the coronavirus-fueled chaos of today to the lovely and wondrous holiday season of December. And they think the pandemic-weary public may be ready to play along.
So much of our life involves buttons and touchscreens, but what if you didn’t need to touch them?
#GlobalPrideCrossing highlights how social movements and brands have found welcoming homes in the game
The Shaq-a-Roni, as the brand is calling it, launches today. And for every Shaq-a-Roni purchased, Papa John’s is donating $1 to the Papa John’s Foundation, which was created to give back to the community and address social injustice.
In a timely campaign by agency ‿ and us, Lush United Arab Emirates partnered with Deliveroo to deliver thousands of tiny “self timing” soaps for free to consumers in Dubai.
Popeyes is giving a Netflix username and password to 1,000 customers who tweet a picture of their at-home fried chicken order with the hashtag #ThatPasswordFromPopeyes. The Netflix accounts will be active for one month.
With parents and children stuck together at home and plenty of creatives out of work due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Pebbles cereal is offering a way to help people make it through the day.
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Tribeca Enterprises, in partnership with Imax and AT&T, announced plans today for Tribeca Drive-In, a film series set for this summer at drive-in theaters and other exclusive venues nationwide.
Actress Charlize Theron hosted a recent drive-in benefit for her Africa Outreach Project. Here's how organizers kept guests safe—and entertained.
Home is also a great place to enjoy a beverage, and one beverage-making company is stepping up to make sure your boos are still heard. Bud Light is asking NFL fans to record their boos, then post and tag @budlight with the included hashtag #BooTheCommish.
The Anheuser-Busch (AB InBev) brand has announced it will fund a wedding for one couple who gets engaged while under quarantine.
As countries around the world start to cautiously reopen, changes will have to be made.
Burger King debuts 'social-distance crowns' in Germany as restaurants test quirky ways to keep customers apart
Virtual 48-hour Artisan Pop-Up Market lets you shop direct from small UK businesses with exclusive discounts
On 9th and 10th May 2020, Country Living is hosting an Artisan Pop-Up Market online, where people with a passion for unique, handmade gifts and homewares can shop direct from small UK businesses, using exclusive discount codes, for 48 hours only.
Carlsberg is supporting bars in its homeland of Denmark by asking people to adopt a keg, which they can fill up virtually from home now and exchange for real beer in a real bar as soon as they are able to reopen.
Riot Games and ESPN have struck a deal to televise the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) Spring Split Playoffs immediately; a notable new example of a media network turning to esports amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As the music industry braces for the continued effects of COVID-19 and the untold impact it will have on jobs tied to the cancellation of festivals and live events, many brand marketers are stepping up to aid in relief efforts.
A company that uses internet-connected thermometers to predict the spread of the flu says it is tracking the coronavirus in real time — something that had been impossible, given the lack of testing for the disease.
As we’ve seen in the wake of natural disasters, drones can deliver medical supplies to remote or quarantined areas. This could be critical to controlling infections by keeping some health workers out of hot zones. Drones can also move faster than ambulances in crowded, urban areas.
Converse's Instagram, Twitter and TikTok will showcase emerging creative talent. Select creative work will be commissioned to help tell the Converse story. Along the way, Converse will provide access to the best of our community: tools, products and collaborators.
J.K. Rowling has launched an online Harry Potter hub for kids, families and fans to tap into during the coronavirus lockdown.
Ryan Reynolds gave unlimited data to subscribers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Wingstop announced that it's giving away free merchandise and Venmoing $10 to each person who posts an ad about Wingstop on their public Instagram.
This year's State Of The Industry conference went virtual due to COVID-19 and opened it to the public for free.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in people working from home with their pets, so Electronic Arts is backing The Sims 4 with an augmented reality lens on Snapchat that lets them virtually work from home with their pets.
To promote its new series Spy Wars, Smithsonian Channel hosted an immersive event on March 4 at New York’s Spyscape, proving that in order to catch the bad guys you need keen covert skills—and a strong martini.
With no live football taking place, League Two football club Leyton Orient FC seized the chance to be on a level playing field with the largest clubs in the land and kicked off a global call to join an inter-club, inter-league FIFA tournament.