This week, Twitter was filled with #biketoworkday2015, #FridayFeeling, #BBKing.
Commuters are expected to hit the roads on Friday for Bike to Work Day. Tapping into this holiday, The Vitamin Shoppe delivered a healthy endorsement of the holiday, while Jamba Juice reminded bikers not to forget to grab a cup and go!
— The Vitamin Shoppe (@VitaminShoppe) May 15, 2015
— Jamba Juice (@JambaJuice) May 14, 2015
Natural and organic food maker Annie’s Homegrown has also jumped onto the #biketoworkday2015 bandwagon by reminding bikers that their natural products make for healthy snacks.
— Annie’s Homegrown (@annieshomegrown) May 14, 2015
#FridayFeeling seems to be an easy way to start a conversation on Twitter. Energy drink Red Bull stayed true to its brand and posted a Tweet that did (perhaps unintentional) double duty by featuring a cyclist of sorts.
— Red Bull (@redbull) May 15, 2015
Home furnishings chain HomeGoods had a win with comfy pillows. Who doesn’t want to feel relaxed on the last workday of the week?
— HomeGoods (@HomeGoods) May 15, 2015
Twitter also took a mournful turn Friday over the passing of Riley B. King, the legendary guitarist known as B.B. King, who died at the age of 89 on Thursday. Many brands paid their tributes to the blues innovator on Twitter.
Getty Images posted a touching photo of B.B. King performing at Royal Albert Hall.
— Getty Images Gallery (@gettygallery) May 15, 2015
HardRock remembered B.B. King as well.
— Hard Rock (@HardRock) May 15, 2015
Do you think brands respectfully mourned B.B. King this week? Any favorites we missed? Tell us in the comments below.
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