“A feast differs from a dinner, or even a well-executed banquet, in its embrace of excess. More, more. That’s what makes feasts intriguing.”
We sent out The Selling Eating Newsletter yesterday. Did you get yours? Personally, and speaking as someone who’s both hyper-self-critical and aware that he’s written 389 posts (including this one) which often criticize the creative efforts of other people, well, I think it seems pretty good—the Selling Eating Team (there actually is one) and I are offering it as…
“A pun is rarely funny,” wrote Charlie Hopper. “Sometimes it forces you to laugh grimly along with it, but that’s not humor. That’s force of personality.”
“They’ve really struggled to come up with a consistent communications message—really all over the board, and the only consistent thing that seems to have worked besides $5 footlongs is Jared,” said Charlie Hopper with ad agency Young & Laramore.