Posted by Abe Sauer on June 9, 2010 11:30 AM
It's a special World Cup Brand Bites, starting with the tiny streaker (above), who's also on Facebook. Can you identify what brand it's a viral for? (Still stumped? Click here.)
The World Cup by the numbers: "£120 Cost of the grey 'England' suit modelled by Theo Walcott in a Marks and Spencer ad that came out just before he was cut from the England squad"; "3,300 Trademark violations in 84 countries from the 2006 World Cup, according to FIFA."
What happens when a Hyundai overdoses on the World Cup?Walcott cut from team gives red card to brand campaigns.Colombian jeweler Carlos Sotelo brings ring bling to South Africa.World Cup gets Louis Vuitton cup-holder.Run a Google search on "world cup" and find the Google Gooooooooooal easter egg (below).
Why World Cup goals have a big net effect on business.Somebody get this woman a brand sponsorship for her "how to" guide to each nation's World Cup make up. Wal-Mart may be American but it's reaping the benefits of the World Cup. Most places.Another retail sector benefitting from FIFA fever? LCD TVs.Celebrate this Dutch Football Federation 2010 FIFA World Cup t-shirt design.The World Cup as seen by Lego:
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