Tag Archives: Corona

Today in Awesomely Named Mexican Establishments…

Say what you will about Mexicans, but you can’t deny we have the best names for everything. Everything. Filing under “Mexicans: How can anyone not like us?” Via: Reddit

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Corona Beer to Trump: America is not a Country, you Dimwit!

America Great Again? Bitch, please… In a jab to “President” Donald Trump, Corona Beer this week launched a new video on its YouTube page, which basically makes a point this blogger has been hammering pretty much all her [adult] life: America … Continue reading

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‘Let’s Have a Beer Brand Sponsor our Air Traffic Control Tower’

…Said some Mexican politician.

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It’s Cinco de Mayo! Time to Mix Drinks That Make no Sense

I hate Cinco de Mayo in the U.S., not so much because it’s a reminder of how clueless people are about Mexican history, but because it is also the time to market some of the stupidest, senseless food & drink concoctions … Continue reading

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Corona Wants you to Have a Very ‘Appy’ Hour

If you are going to get creative with your advertisement, and use the top of two beer bottles as substitute for the letter “h,” you might as well want to spell check your copy, so that winners will “receive” prizes and … Continue reading

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At Last, Advertising That Delivers a Relevant Message… and Will Actually Move Product

Hat tip to my friend Carlos F., who found this ad in a magazine whose name he prefers to forget…

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