Last week Hellmann’s and OgilvyEntertainment launched “The Hellmann’s Chicken Challenge” – it’s latest campaign designed to show people that America’s best selling condiment can be used not only as a sandwich spread, but as a cooking ingredient that can help families free themselves from some of the most boring dinnertime routines.
Archive for September, 2011
Remember when people actually said what they meant in emails? It’s a lost art for sure. Between legal disclaimers (most of which are longer than the actual emails), web etiquette, emoticons, and general fear of Big Brother, you’re lucky to find anything other than cliches and “dial-in” details in a company email.
Which is why this Note from Carol Bartz, now the ex-CEO of Yahoo, was so refreshing.
Quick. Find the closest millennial, and ask him/her/it to name the original Muppets. You might be surprised to find your youth subject can rattle off an impressive roster: Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, perhaps even Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem (featuring my personal favorite, Animal).
Beauty is a polarizing concept. One person will tell you that the women who walked the runways at New York Fashion Week exemplify what it means to be beautiful – long, lean, stoic, composed. Another will tell you Tina Fey’s comedic genius, confidence and enthusiasm for hot dogs is what truly defines a beautiful woman. One thing is certain; beauty is more than just a pretty face.