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10/15/2009

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Rachel Geller

Surely consumers knew they were or were not buying Kellogg's when they reached for the box in the store. So following the logic, this is meant only for loyal users, to further 'imprint' their brand preferences. I can't really see how this would help get occasional or competitive users back. Brand imagery/a character/the brand story would be a much more powerful way for people to think - gotta have the real corn flake.

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Luella

You know what, I'm very much icnelind to agree.

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