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Burger King serves beaten up burgers to highlight bullying

Burger King is known for doing fun PR stunts, however this time they’ve decided to do one with a very important underlying message, and it’s a brave move considering they p***d off a few customers in the process. In an undisclosed restaurant, Burger King employees serve beaten up Whopper Jr. hamburgers, and to no one’s surprise 95% of the customers get up to complain. Alongside this, a kid is...

Google launches Home Mini by touring America and giving the public a chance to win the new gadget – with the losing prize being a doughnut!

The Home Mini, Google’s latest version of its home assistant, is the size of a doughnut. So of course, to celebrate its debut, Google is giving the public a taste of the Home Mini with a pop-up doughnut shop tour. Inside the store, there will be mini conveyor belts carrying doughnuts and Home Mini devices. The visitors then have the chance to win the home assistant by asking the Home Mini a question. Those...

Period Pad plasters aim to destigmatize menstrual hygiene around the world

The 11th of October marked #dayofthegirl which aims to highlight challenges girls face throughout the world, while promoting girls’ empowerment and their human rights. ‘Plan International UK’ launched its new campaign supporting #dayofthegirl with a fun new product. Aiming to tackle the stigma around menstrual hygiene the company created boxes of ‘plaster pads’ and sent them to celebrities and...

‘Up yours, I quit’ vandalised car WAS a PR stunt, and here’s who was behind it

There’s a slim chance you missed it last week, but in probability given the make-up of this site’s readers, you will have spotted the story of the ‘up yours, I quit’ vandalised car in Leeds. It was covered widely by the UK nationals, and picked up steam across social media. It was clear to the trained eye that it was a PR stunt of sorts – and now we know the answer. The idea,...

Sonos creates large 3D lips mural in Shoreditch to promote its smart speaker

There is now a large 3D lip mural in Shoreditch courtesy for Sonos, as it promotes its smart speaker. The lips are to show that the SonosOne speaker is the first speaker that people can talk to, which then helps people interact with home audio in a more accessible way. Although this stunt hasn’t received national coverage, it’ll certainly capture the passer-by’s attention, which will then intrigue them enough...

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