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.
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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.
Danish agency Pong highlights the heartbreaking pace of wildlife loss
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ryan Reynolds gave unlimited data to subscribers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Long Drink launched a campaign donating $10 to the US Bartenders Guild per every Pantsdrunk post with a Long Drink to help bartenders in need, and $10 for every online order from existing customers until April 3rd, up to $50,000.