With Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (temporarily) adopting the name Boneless Thugs-N-Harmony to promote Buffalo Wild Wings, we look at some ways that local artists could cash in
Not all bands are as hungry for those #brand dollars (and boneless wings, apparently) as the Cleveland rap group formerly known as Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
Regardless, we had a few thoughts on potential pairings should any major corporations start sniffing around Columbus. All it takes is one deal to land us on the marketing map.
Rebranding the local crew as Chevy Astro Van Dale somehow feels very Dale in its own right.
Counterfeit Madison/Travel Wisconsin
Why settle for a “Counterfeit” when you can visit the real deal?
Brat Curse/Johnsonville Sausage
The scrappy pop-rock band doesn’t even have to change the spelling of its name with this partnership. It merely has to pronounce it with a slightly different inflection. SOMEONE’S COOKING UP JOHNSONVILLE BRA-AAATcurses!
Twenty One Pilots/Pilot
Imagine all of the stores stocking limited-edition 21-packs of Pilot pens.
Doc Robinson/Dr. Scholl’s
Doc Robinson didn’t attend band medical school for seven years to turn around and hawk Mr. Scholl’s.
The Saturday Giant/B&G Foods
The Saturday Green Giant has a nice ring to it.
Those daily diabetic injections will go a little more smoothly with the medical company’s new line of Sa-ringes.
The clothing retailer and go-to for bridesmaid dresses backs up the “Brinkman” truck for the aptly named, appealingly heavy crew.
Happy Tooth & Dug/McDonald’s
The inventively melancholic hip-hop band could inspire an endearingly twisted line of children’s toys in the fast food giant’s new Happy Tooth & Dug Meals.
Carried by Six/Six Flags
The local hip-hop super group heretofore known as Carried By Six Flags says that you have to be this tall in order to ride.
Good Shade/Tree Care Industry Association
Good Shade, meet the best shade.
The Worn Flints/American Zippo Manufacturing Company
At least one of these flints won’t wear.
This is what happens when you throttle Facebook traffic to our site, Zuckerberg.