Big Brands Celebrate July 4th
It’s a major American holiday and you can expect brands pulled out all the stops for their social. Today we’re focusing on a handful of images from big brands on Facebook. What do you think?
An adorably patriotic USA kids bike, what’s not to love?
Making a great play on their support of American jobs, Walmart posts a video in honor of freedom.
Macy’s took this celebration to the next level by sponsoring an entire evening of #MacysFireworks from the Brooklyn Bridge. Hosted by Nike Cannon, free download of The Star Spangled Banner by Idina Menzel and performs by artists like Zac Brown Band and Enrique Iglesias.
Going the promotional route, Taco Bueno plays on the 4, 4, 4 side of the holiday. Perhaps a much better option than camping out over a grill all weekend.
These days Taco Bell seems to be going in the precise opposite direction of most fast food’s super-planned, ultra-slick photography.
A perhaps too expected usage of their dipping sauces, Wendy’s takes a jump at more organic imagery.
While many companies steered clear of the sparkler’s trend we saw last year McDonald’s turned up the volume and added some delicious soft serve to boot.
UO kicks off July 4 with an iconic flag shot, then follows up with a more lifestyle focused stories.
Flags and signs complete an authentic moment.