SALES LEADS: Denny’s, Target, Fresco y Más…
A summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the market and/or targeting U.S. consumers right now.
Denny’s launched its nationwide “See You at Denny’s” campaign to invite consumers back to its restaurants to experience improvements the brand has brought to life. As part of its brand revitalization over the past few years, Denny’s remodeled over 80% of its restaurants to be more modern and comfortable and overhauled a large majority of its menu to meet shifting consumer tastes. The new “See You at Denny’s” tagline is an invitation for guests to try out the new Denny’s, and with dedicated spots for multiple multicultural audiences, the campaign further solidifies Denny’s position as America’s Diner and its commitment to providing an inclusive and welcoming dining experience.To bring the “See You at Denny’s” campaign to life, Denny’s tapped agencies EP+Co, Conill and Fluent360 to create several spots. The creative was inspired by the diverse demographics of Denny’s guests and captures the inclusive gatherings of families and friends Denny’s is known for across America. The spots include dedicated commercials speaking directly to African-American and Hispanic guests. The advertisements will run on national TV as well as various digital and social platforms including Hulu, YouTube, Vevo, Facebook and Instagram.Denny’s is one of America’s largest full-service family restaurant chains, currently operating over 1,700 franchised, licensed and company-owned restaurants across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guam, the United Arab Emirates, Chile, Curaçao, El Salvador, and Trinidad and Tobago, and the Philippines.
Retail giant Target unveiled Roundel, its newly revamped in-house agency and media network formerly known as Target Media Network. Roundel will create campaigns and content for clients—namely, brands and agencies, including brands that aren’t sold within Target stores.This is not Target’s first extension into the “sell” side of media, Adweek has reported. The goal of this rebrand is to get people to separate what Roundel does from what Target does.
- Fresco y Más
Hispanic grocery store Fresco y Más announced the launch of a customer donation program taking place now through May 28 to raise funds for the League Against Cancer (Liga Contra el Cancer), a community based, not-for-profit organization committed to providing free medical care to uninsured cancer patients.Customers who shop at any of the 23 Fresco y Más locations in South Florida during the month of May are encouraged to participate and donate to the local community organization, which has provided more than 66,000 low-income, uninsured men, women and children with world-class medical treatment, screenings and support since 1975. Southeastern Grocers, Inc., parent company of Fresco y Más and Winn-Dixie, has had a long-standing relationship with the League Against Cancer. Since 1980.Founded in 2016, Fresco y Más grocery stores serve Hispanic and Caribbean communities throughout South, West and Central Florida.
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- Vallarta Supermarkets
Vallarta Supermarkets, the Southern California-based, independently-owned supermarket chain announced that it will donate US$130,000 to various non-profit organizations. Donations will support youth education in the communities Vallarta stores serve.The donations will be made through Vallarta Supermarket's Gonzalez Family Foundation to educational institutions, scholarship foundations and grassroots organizations working to benefit communities across Vallarta's 50-store footprint in Southern California, the San Joaquin Valley and the Central Coast. The Foundation has a history of investing in the promise of tomorrow's leaders, and their gifts will enable these organizations to continue their support of California's diverse youth.Vallarta Supermarkets was founded in 1985. Since 1985, Vallarta Supermarkets has grown to a total of 50 stores throughout different counties in California (Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, Kern, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Tulare, Orange and Fresno). The Gonzalez family has adhered to their strong work ethic and has made it part of their company culture ensuring that all their team members.