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Will egg-vertising suit all?


Eggfusion is a company that produces branded eggs. To put their logos and messages to the farmers it will charge marketers for on-egg messaging. The unit here is “one egg” as it hopes to be paid for per egg.

Its tag line says, promoting freshness with every impression.

The company is reaching to advertisers, retailers, producers and consumers with specific custom plans. I am sure marketers will be excited about the plans.

I wonder whether all marketers will find the vulnerable (and easily breakable) egg cell worthy enough to advertise. There are some whose brand image will definitely don’t match with the medium. I only presume, some of them may be,

Insurance Bonds
Human Resource services
Security Lock Manufacturers
Anti-virus software solution providers
Real Estate Developers
Civil engineering firms
Switchgear manufactures
Auto parts

Via [Brandinfection]

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