Skip to comments.Wrigley New Campaign Increased their Revenue by 20%
Posted on 03/06/2018 8:28:37 AM PST by steve01
As per the Global Bubble Gum Market Size, Status and Forecast, Wrigley tops the list of Bubble Gum Industry with fellow players like Cadbury, Hershey, Unigum, etc. One quality that unites the marketing strategies of all of these brands is innovation and this is area where Wrigley is leading nowadays. Not to forget "Wrigley's How it Feels to Chew 5 Gum campaign", it went viral and still there are memes and videos all over the internet on that. Who's knows what they're up to this time as they're good in coming up with innovative ideas.
Doublemint Twins going topless??
They RUINED Juicy Fruit!
It now tastes AWFUL!.......................
Free the Twins.
That might quadruple sales.
Does anyone remember Beeman’s? Was my fave gum. I don’t chew gum anymore and haven’t for many years.
I remember seeing it. Never used it.
Remember Teaberry Gum?......
Didn't you hear? They mixed it with Tide Pods!!
It was my favorite flavor, but they changed something and now it’s just crap......................
Long before I met her, my wife and her sister in-law worked there recycling gum.
Gum that didn't sell/sat on the shelf too long, would be brought back and unwrapped and somehow be refreshed.
She said she wreaked of the smell and Juicy Fruit was the worst.
No recollection as to when it dissapeared, only that it did. Do remember chewing it on occasion. But not often.
No don’t remember that one. There’s a nostalgia candy store in Ventura that I go to and can get all the old candies, gums, and sodas. Most of them are still made on a limited basis.
Remember it; don’t remember chewing it.
There’s a nostalgia candy store I go to. Think the name is Rocket Fizz. I know they have an online store for sodas but their brick and mortars have every old candy and soda imaginable. Think it’s a franchise and all over the U.S.
Remember these candy’s
Bulk Candy Store
Also remembered an old wooden building housing a remarkable collection for sale. We passed the building twice daily every school day walking to and from. The wax red lips, wax Dracula teeth, the Coke/Pepsi wax bottles filled with unknown liquids, jaw breakers,The SloPokes, Rainbow Coconut bars. It was sold as penny candy...SURPRISE! Many only cost a penny each
There are a number of retro candy retailers on line. Some even venture into the retro sodas which are seldom found any longer.
I remember how it felt to chew gum and whatever it is they’re selling these days is NOT gum. It’s some sort of tasteless plastic. They’ve lost this customer.
Why THANK You. Just checked on line and found we’ve a Rocket Fizz 15 miles from us. :-)
This week, it’s time for a road trip. What fun, reliving childhood through candy. Forget the few extra pounds!
The smartest thing kg is placing 35c 5 piece packs at counter of 7-11
Yay! Have fun. Everytime we go in it’s like....hey! remember this? Then...hey! rember that one? lol
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