Oreo has tapped star power to promote its new Golden Double Stuf cookie.
In a homepage video ad that appears today on YouTube, Donald Trump challenges Eli and Peyton Manning to participate in a “lick race” competition to buy the so-called DSRL or the Double Stuf Racing League.
The YouTube video includes a promotion pointing Oreo fans to follow the brand on Facebook and Twitter and visit a YouTube channel or microsite for the Double Stuf Racing League. The campaign also includes a sweepstakes to meet the Mannings in Florida.
Will using celebrities like Trump and the Manning brothers help a social media campaign? Perhaps. To me, though, it feels like Oreo — which has a huge following on Facebook — is trying a little too hard to stuff its brand into social media channels.
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