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How A Jingle Saved Wheaties

In this short, Tory talks the importance of a tagline. Wheaties was a failing brand before leverage one simple jingle. This jingle saved the brand and made it famous to what it is today. Have a marketing story you’d love us to break down? Let us know in the comments!

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