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You can now spend the night in the Coca-Cola Christmas truck!

The Coca-Cola truck is one of those iconic events that happen when Christmas is officially here and now, you won’t only be able to stare at the truck’s exterior, sip fizzy drinks and wonder what’s inside, this year some very lucky guests will be able to spend the night in that red Coca-Cola truck! The truck has been kitted out into a cosy room, complete with twin beds, thousands of fairy lights, and, of...

Marks and Spencer partner with Shelter to highlight homelessness at Christmas

High street retail giant Marks and Spencer has continued its partnership with housing and homeless charity Shelter, by giving commuters at Waterloo a taste of their Festive collection, a pop-up Christmas themed dining room and virtual reality experience. Diners will be immersed in three very different Christmas days, with a VR experience of real people, set in real houses, talking about how they will spend their...

KFC release Christmas decorations

I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, KFC has become masters of creating fried chicken products as a PR stunt. In fact I’m getting a little bored, nothing has topped the finger lickin’ good nail polish a few years ago. Yet here I am writing about it, because I love fried chicken, and regardless of it lacking in creativity or imagination, it’s done the job yet again. KFC in New Zealand...

Pringles launches full Thanksgiving dinner flavours

Being raised in Wales, I’ve never experienced a proper Thanksgiving dinner, but I’m pretty sure Pringles (or crisps in general) feature heavily in it. Until now! Pringles has launched the first ever Thanksgiving Dinner flavours. Each ‘dinner’ contains a tray of eight new Thanksgiving themed flavors: Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, Creamed Corn, Green Bean Casserole, Mac...

Deliveroo trolls UberEats by giving away free doughnuts because UberEats stunt fails massively

So I wrote a PR Examples post yesterday about the Krispy Kreme stunt with UberEats and the fact that it bombed when the UberEats app crashed. Today I see that Deliveroo has an awesome PR team because they saw what was happening with UberEats and decided to offer free doughnuts in person… with no risk of the website crashing. At least 1,000 doughnuts were handed out at Cannon Street, Liverpool Street and Kings...

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