Folgers will provide funding to 10 initiatives, Daou Vineyards announced a long-term deal with Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), The J.M. Smucker Co. and Akron Children’s Hospital announced a multi-year partnership, Heineken launched a new campaign titled Go Places 2.0, and Jim Beam unveiled its new global marketing campaign.
Mila Kunis to be featured in social, digital ad campaign
August 8, 2017
Jim Beam, a brand of Chicago-based Beam Suntory Inc., announced the latest addition to its flavored portfolio: Jim Beam Vanilla. The product blends Madagascar vanilla bean liqueur with Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey.
Recognizing the rising popularity of bourbon, White Coffee Corp., Long Island City, N.Y., is partnering with Jim Beam, a brand of Deerfield, Ill.-based Beam Suntory, to present a line of non-alcohol coffees including single serve and 12-ounce ground coffees: Jim Beam Bourbon Flavored Coffees.
Packaging redesign part of Make History marketing campaign
April 15, 2016
Jim Beam announced that its complete lineup of bourbons was transformed with all-new packaging. The new packaging rolled out this month in London and other parts of Europe and will hit U.S. markets this summer.
Jim Beam, a brand of Deerfield, Ill.-based Beam Suntory Inc., announced a new partnership with Snapchat, making it the first whiskey brand to leverage the app for marketing efforts, the company says. Currently active, branded Jim Beam video content, targeted exclusively at consumers of legal drinking age, will appear throughout various Snapchat Live Stories. The partnership and branded content will run in the United Sates through the end of October coinciding with existing marketing efforts supporting new Jim Beam Apple, the newest flavored whiskey from the company.
Jim Beam, a brand of Beam Inc., Deerfield, Ill., launched its Live Music Series in support of the nation’s troops. This year, the series includes six concerts featuring artists who have partnered in the past with the bourbon brand, including Kid Rock, Daughtry, David Gray, Darius Rucker, Bush and Train.
Beverage Industry’s November issue highlights the 100-year advocacy of the American Beverage Association and what’s next for CEO Katherine Lugar and a new plastics initiative, Every Bottle Back. This issue includes a special report on craft beer, an Up Close With feature on PRESS hard cider and what is sparking innovation in natural colors. Read more about how protein is powering up beverages and how warehouses are using WMS and WCS systems to streamline operations. As usual, the latest trends in new products, packaging and ingredients are highlighted.
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