แคมเปญโซเชี่ยลมีเดียเจ๋งๆ จากต้นปี 2017

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เพิ่งผ่านกันไปสองเดือนกับปี 2017 มาลองดูกันว่ามีแผนการตลาดอะไรบ้างที่ประสบความสำเร็จกันไปแล้ว

1.การแสดงพลังสตรี ณ กรุงวอชิงตัน (Women’s March on Washington)

เป็นการรวมตัวของกลุ่มสตรีในประเทศสหรัฐอเมริกา เริ่มต้นจากการนัดพบตามอีเวนต์ในเฟซบุค เพื่อแสดงพลังต่อต้านกระแสการเมืองในประเทศหลังจากที่มีข่าวว่าประธานาธิบดี โดนัลด์ ทรัมพ์ เคยแสดงความเห็นเชิงดูหมิ่นเพศหญิง

จากอีเวนต์ในเฟซบุค ก็พัฒนาจนกลายเป็นการเคลื่อนไหวครั้งใหญ่โดยมีผู้เข้าร่วมกว่า 5 ล้านคนจากทั่วโลก โครงการนี้ถือว่ามีการวางแผนการตลาดแบบ Event-Based มาเป็นอย่างดีในช่วงเริ่มต้นที่นัดพบกันตามอีเวนต์ในเฟซบุค โดยมีการโพสข่าวที่นำเสนอข้อเท็จจริงอย่างต่อเนื่อง และได้พัฒนาต่อเนื่องจนกลายเป็นแผนการตลาดแบบ Goal-Based เช่น แคมเปญ “100 Actions/ Days” ที่มีการตั้งเป้าหมายสิ่งที่ต้องการจะทำให้สำเร็จไว้อย่างชัดเจนภายในระยะเวลา 100 วัน โดยมีกำหนดการรวมตัวเพื่อแลกเปลี่ยนความคิดเห็นและแสดงพลังอย่างต่อเนื่อง

   


  1. โฆษณา “มิสเตอร์คลีน” จากเกมส์ซุปเปอร์โบวล์ครั้งที่ 51

แบรนด์ผลิตภัณฑ์ทำความสะอาด มิสเตอร์คลีน (Mr. Clean) ได้ทำให้งานที่น่าเบื่ออย่างการทำความสะอาดบ้านกลายเป็นเรื่องสนุกสนานด้วยการเนรมิตรคุณผู้ชายหรือท่านพ่อบ้านใจกล้าทั้งหลายให้กลับสู่วัยหนุ่มและหล่อล่ำขึ้นเป็นเท่าตัว ในการปล่อยตัวอย่างโฆษณาออกมาครั้งแรกนั้นทางแบรนด์ตั้งใจทำเนื้อหาให้มีความล่อแหลมเพื่อเรียกเสียงฮือฮาและสร้างกระแส Word-of-Mouth โดยปล่อยตัวอย่างออกมาล่วงหน้า 1 สัปดาห์ และเมื่อโฆษณาได้มีการฉายจริงในช่วงโฆณาของเกมส์ซุปเปอร์โบลว์นั้นก็ได้เสียงตอบรับที่ดีจากผู้ชมทั่วประเทศอเมริกา การปรับโฉมแบรนด์ครั้งนี้ยังช่วยเปิดทางให้ใช้ไอเดียได้อย่างต่อเนื่องในช่วงวันวาเลนไทน์อีกด้วย

  


  1. ซอลต์เบ (Salt Bae)

ในช่วงต้นปี 2017 เรียกได้ว่าแทบจะไม่มีใครในวงการโซเชียลเน็ตเวิร์คที่ไม่รู้จักเชฟชาวตุรกีสุดเซ็กซี่คนนี้ หลังจากคลิปการทำอาหารที่มีลีลาอันเป็นเอกลักษณ์ของเขาได้ถูกแชร์กันต่อจนทั่วโลกกลายเป็นไวรัลในช่วงข้ามคืน ทุกอย่างเริ่มต้นในวันที่ 7 ม.ค. เมื่อนาย Nusret Gökçe ได้โพสคลิปขั้นตอนการทำอาหารที่ร้านอาหารในเมืองอาบูดาบีของเขาลงในบัญชีอินสตาแกรม ซึ่งทำยอดเข้าชมสูงถึง 2.4 ล้าน views และในวันเดียวกันก็มีผู้ใช้บัญชีทวิตเตอร์ @lolaissaa นำคลิปไปแชร์โดยมีการคอมเมนต์ว่า ”นี่สินะ #ซอลต์เบ” (So this is #saltbae) จากนั้นก็มีผู้คนทั่วโลกมากมายทำคลิปตลกล้อเลียนโดยใช้แฮชแท็กนี้ และกลายเป็นเทรนด์ที่แชร์กันต่ออย่างสนุกสนาน

ล่าสุดมีข่าวว่าจาก NBC ว่าเชฟซอลต์เบท่านนี้กำลังวางแผนจะเปิดร้านอาหารใหม่ในเมืองนิวยอร์ค หากเป็นจริงก็ถือว่าเป็นการใช้ประโยชน์จากกระแสไวรัลที่ทำให้ตัวเขากลายเป็น International Brand ได้อย่างดี


  1. โฆษณาเบียร์ “บัดไวเซอร์” จากเกมส์ซุปเปอร์โบวล์ครั้งที่ 51

ค่ายเบียร์ยักษ์ใหญ่อย่างอันฮาวเซอร์บุช(Anheuser-Busch) ผู้ผลิตเบียร์ยี่ห้อ บัดไลท์ (Bud Light) และ บัดไวเซอร์ (Budweiser)  นั้นเป็นที่รู้จักกันในวงการการตลาดในฐานะแบรนด์ที่ประสบความสำเร็จในการสร้างผลงานอันเป็นที่น่าจดจำหลายต่อหลายชิ้นในช่วงโฆษณาเกมส์ซุปเปอร์โบวล์ รูปแบบของโฆษณาในแต่ละปีที่ผ่านมาก็มีการใช้เนื้อหาที่หลากหลาย มีตั้งแต่การใช้ลูกสุนัขที่น่ารักไปจนถึงม้าพันธุ์ยักษ์ในการถ่ายทอดเรื่องราว ซึ่งในปีนี้ก็เป็นเรื่องราวเกี่ยวกับการอพยพย้ายถิ่นของผู้คนในประเทศสหรัฐอเมริกาในสมัยก่อน

โฆษณาชิ้นนี้ได้กลายเป็นโฆษณาออนไลน์ที่ถูกแชร์ต่อมากที่สุด และมียอด views สูงสุดในหมู่โฆษณาจากเกมส์ซุปเปอร์โบวล์ในปีนี้


  1. เอ็กโก้ วาฟเฟิล

จากที่ซีรีส์สัญชาติอเมริกันจากเน็ตฟลิกซ์ อย่าง “Stranger Things” ได้รับความนิยมสูงทั่วประเทศ เอ็กโก้ (Eggo) ซึ่งเป็นแบรนด์วาฟเฟิลแช่แข็งก็ได้รับผลประโยชน์จากกระแสตอบรับนี้ไปด้วย เพราะในซีรีส์นั้นมีฉากที่ตัวละครหลักที่ชื่ออิเลฟเวินใช้ผลิตภัณฑ์ของเอ็กโก้ และในซีซั่นที่ 2 ทางเน็ตฟลิกซ์และเอ็กโก้ก็ได้ร่วมมือกันทำคลิปโฆษณาย้อนยุคของเอ็กโก้แบบสั้นๆ โดยทางทีมงานของเอ็กโก้ได้ใช้โอกาสนี้ให้เป็นประโยชน์สูงสุดด้วยการโพสแคมเปญที่เกี่ยวข้องกับ Stranger Things ในบัญชีทวิตเตอร์ของแบรนด์เอ็กโก้ ทวิตครั้งแรกนั้นได้มีการรีทวิตต่อกว่า 1 หมื่นครั้งอย่างรวดเร็วเมื่อเปรียบเทียบกับแบรนด์อื่นๆในเครือเค็ลล็อกซ์(Kellogg’s) ด้วยกัน


จะเห็นได้ว่าเหล่านักการตลาดเริ่มมีการใช้เทคนิคใหม่ๆสำหรับแผนการตลาดผ่านทางโซเชี่ยลมีเดีย อย่างในกรณีของแบรนด์เอ็กโก้และ Women’s March on Washington ส่วนหนึ่งน่าจะเป็นเพราะความเข้าใจของนักการตลาดเกี่ยวกับพฤติกรรมผู้บริโภคที่มากขึ้น และเชื่อว่าเราจะได้เห็นแคมเปญที่ใช้ความคิดสร้างสรรค์แปลกใหม่กันตลอดทั้งปี 2017

The Top 5 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before Applying to Business School

1. What is my cost going to be? 

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Tuition- like buying a new car or house – is going to be expensive. Expensive, because you are not only paying financially, but with your time. Each individual’s situation will be unique in circumstance, and you should consider more than financial costs before you intend to apply.

At the same time, it is important to mention that you should not allow your own financial situation to determine the opportunities available for you. A lot of business schools offer scholarships for attendance based on academic performance, which can bring the costs down to zero. Some schools even offer accellerated dual degree programs, where you can multiple degrees with less time spent in school, paying less tuition over time.

2. What am I passionate about? 

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The best way to determine if the decision of applying for business school is right for you, is to first write down your goals. Follow these three easy steps:

Step 1: On a blank piece of paper, write down 10 things you want to do or be doing in the next two years.

Step 2: Then write down 5 things you want to do or be doing in the next 5 years.

Step 3: Look at your goals carefully and discern if a business degree will better help you achieve all of the things you wrote down in the short term and long term.

If applying for business school aligns with your goals then great! You should begin to look at schools to apply for.

3. Am I competitive? 

Business school is notorious for being competitive, I mean it is just business as usual- right? However, competition is not simply going head to head with everyone in your class. Competition requires careful preparation and teamwork. In Business School, do not expect a free ride, you will have to create and collaborate with all sorts of people.

Spoiler Alert: you will not like everyone you have to work with in business school, but that doesn’t mean you are excused from delivering a finished product. Part of the learning experience from going to business school, is facing new challenges, and more importantly overcoming those challenges in whatever form they take.

 

4. Where do I want to live? 

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Where you choose to get an MBA greatly influences where you may live. The reason for this is because business school are networked. There are numerous opportunities for both the extrovert and the introvert alike, and in taking classes full of experiential learning, you may meet potential employers or discover new passions.

I always say that there are two ways to learn by doing:

  1. You do something, and you like it. Do it more.
  2. You do something, and you hate it. Do it less.

 

5. How will I pay for School? 

Now we come the BIG question. I said it at the start of this listicle, and I will say it again: Tuition is expensive. If you think business school is the right path for you, then plan, budget, and do whatever it takes to get what you want. Fill out the FAFSA, apply to scholarships, talk with the schools you are considering, and find out about every possible opportunity to fund your education. In business school, you essentially learn how to identify and solve problems, so think of this step as a warmup to carving a path for your success.

GOOD LUCK!

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The Top 10 Sass Masters of Social Media

The top 10 sass masters of social media

Social media marketing strategy is certainly not “one size fits all.” A textbook approach may recommend content marketing that includes high quality product images and promotional videos that are appealing to a target audience and include a call to action. It may also recommend social media monitoring to assess customer feeling and insights, and interaction that is helpful and professional. These approaches may sound appealing, but they certainly won’t make a post or thread go viral. More companies are beginning to encourage customer engagement by breaking all of the traditional marketing rules – ridiculing other brands and customers, posting highly controversial content, and rarely mentioning their own brand. How do these companies strike a balance between funny and offensive? And how have these companies achieved such an engaged following? Here are some examples of companies that are breaking all of the rules, going viral, and leaving other brands jealous and confused.

1. Wendy’s – serving up sassy roasts

Wendy’s is doing something on social media that few companies dare to attempt – acting in a way that is wildly inconsistent with the brand’s image. Imagining the innocent pig-tailed Wendy behind sassy and inappropriate tweets is laugh-out-loud funny alone. It seems like Wendy’s is trying to serve up a different kind of beef (fresh never frozen) – and people are loving it! Wendy’s engages with customers through “trolling,” by responding to every insult or joke thrown its way with an even icier one. These conversations have quickly gone viral, spurring user-generated content and reaction videos. Wendy’s proves that a company in a highly competitive environment can stand out through social media, and carve out a unique space that others can’t easily copy

2. Groupon – wildly appropriate interns?

The post above about a banana protection container called the “Banana Bunker” could have posed a huge threat to Groupon. The post quickly racked up suggestive comments, most of which were jokes about the product’s sex-toy-like appearance. However, Groupon saw this an an opportunity, and a team of three Groupon employees replied to the 200+ comments. The comment replies manage to play off of customer jokes without pushing any professional boundaries, by using a tongue-in-cheek tone. The banana bunker post is Groupon’s most popular Facebook content ever, with more than 12,000 comments, 18,000 Likes and 43,000 shares. Groupon strikes a perfect balance between calculated and spur-of-the-moment responses to customer comments.

3. Denny’s – Embracing the weird

Denny’s has certainly taken a unique approach to the social media world in making their content stand out. The two pieces of content above demonstrate Denny’s willingness to go outside typical media strategies in order to appeal more to the humorous side of their consumers. They regularly use pop culture references to make spoofs of their own brand. This is clever because it not only demonstrates the ability to poke fun at their brand, but it also utilizes relevant culture in order to reach a certain scope of consumers. Let’s be honest, today’s consumers are much more likely to partake in Denny’s if the brand uses pop icons like Queen Bey and Drake as hooks. Take it from the millennials, they love Denny’s weirdness like XO.

4. Oreo – Dunking on social media  

Oreo has some of the most well rounded social media marketing strategies among top brands. They have developed company specific hashtags and exercise compelling engagement both with consumers and other brands. The first piece of content demonstrates one of their #Dunk campaign engagements. They launched a particularly successful piece of content using the #Dunk campaign during the Super Bowl when the power went out. Oreo was ready with a witty response with the tagline “you can still dunk in the dark.” This successful campaign adaption to an unexpected situation underscores Oreo’s agility in the social media realm. Additionally, they are able to interact with competitors in a way that attracts more consumers without necessarily tarnishing the other brand.

 5. Charmin – butt of the joke    

#ThatAwkwardMoment when you have to post about toilet paper on social media…Somehow, Charmin has been able to overcome taboo surrounding bathroom talk and succeed in normalizing the discussion of their product on social media. With content as smooth as their product, Charmin has really been wiping up the competition. Rather than trying to beat around the bush, the toilet paper brand is focusing on a category that they know best: the bathroom. Aside from your everyday poop joke, Charmin has been able to normalize tweeting while taking a number two, while also bringing up the relatable issue of running out of toilet paper, just remember to wash your hands after those tweets!

6. Smart Car – totals it

Let’s face it, we’ve all ripped on Smart Car at one point or another. But when it comes to social media marketing, Smart Car compensates, BIG TIME. Smart Car distinguishes itself among other auto manufacturers by emphasizing functional, yet appealing style, while also taking the product’s small size in stride. A key component of Smart’s social media strategy is to include its customer’s personality. In addition, Smart Car aligns with pop culture, producing relatable brand value that is recognizable among its customer base. And while Smart Car has a reputable persona, it isn’t scared to occasionally throw people off with a sprinkling of playful wit. Needless to say, on social media, it’s not always about size.

7. Taco Bell – social media sniper

When it comes to social media, Taco Bell’s content is as fiery as its sauces. Our favorite late night fast food joint manages to score free celebrity endorsements, even from Ed Sheeran. It jumps into conversations started by individuals, celebrities, companies, and pretty much any twitter account that poses a unique opportunity for interaction. These types of tweets and responses result in an increase in customer engagement on social media by playing off what’s trending. Taco Bell continues to dish out spicy tweets that are almost as popular as its tacos. You do you Taco Bell, keep thinking outside the bun.

8. Whole Foods – the relevant hipster

Whole Foods is a social pump in the grocery industry. The company leverages its outspoken customer base to create conversations around products, social activism, and the natural foods movement. Whole Foods uses a variety of recognizable hashtags, such as #MeatlessMonday and #PhatTuesday (referring to its large sandwiches) to establish talking points, then keep them relevant through quick responses and mentions. They are also an example of a brand that is willing to embrace the perceptions of its consumers. With the hipster movement in full blast, Wholefoods has been able to use this trend to its advantage, so that potential consumers see them as an approachable company that doesn’t always take itself too seriously.

9. Chubbies – The modern gentleman

Ah Chubbies, the wardrobe staple of frat-stars. Using their vibrant prints and trademark mid-thigh shorts, Chubbies takes a sarcastic stance on rigid dress codes by leading a short shorts revolution. Their media inspires a call to action among millennials that produces a humorous conversation around formal life events, like weddings and job interviews. The majority of their content focuses on creating engagement around their “old glory” shorts, which are often displayed outdoors. This strategy is successful in appealing to those who wear the shorts or want to wear them, and also those who probably shouldn’t wear them…   

10. Newcastle Brown Ale – no bollocks

Their most “social” move was last August’s #NewcastleAdAid where they got Twitter and Facebook followers to send them personal photos which they then turned into absolutely awful, yet hilarious, Photoshopped ads for Newcastle—an effort that slyly derided all the “post your photos using our product!” social media marketing trend while fully committing to it at the same time. That’s engagement baby, with none of the condescending disingenuous. They got to have their beer and drink it too, but not in a chalice.

Takeaways

After researching and analyzing the different social media strategies that successful brands use, there are several trends and key takeaways that can be observed.

First and foremost, many brands, particularly food vendors, use specific tactics on social media to lower their barrier to activation. Many of the brands above, such as Wendy’s, Denny’s, and Taco Bell, use humor to appeal to their consumer base. These fast food products aren’t particularly glamorous to discuss, and so these brands have found rather sarcastic approaches to differentiate themselves and make their products relevant and easier to talk about.

Another tactic that appears to be highly utilized is interacting with other brands, competitive or otherwise, on social media. This gives brands a chance to showcase what differentiates themselves from the competition, as can be seen in some of Wendy’s and Newcastle Brown Ale’s social media posts. However, some brands, such as Oreo, have taken this approach in a different direction. Rather than trashing another brand, Oreo has actually posted some pieces of content in which they praise a competitor, as can be seen in the Oreo/KitKat twitter post above. While this may seem counterintuitive to traditional marketing strategies, Oreo has yielded significant positive results and made their brand appear humble and down-to-earth with a little humorous flair.

Most brands have also realized that monitoring and interacting with their consumers is a great way to amplify themselves in the social media market. Many brands are recognizing the value in responding to their users. Groupon, for example, takes a “wildly appropriate” approach in engaging with their consumers in which they respond in a blunt, yet humorous, manner while never crossing the line. This allows them to encourage more users to interact with their brand while still maintaining a certain reputation. By responding directly to consumer comments, whether they be positive or negative, brands can create a very personalized experience for those that engage with them, this both creates a lasting impression on the consumer and makes them feel relevant in the face of an enterprise giant.

Overall, what makes brands special on social media are the various approaches they take in differentiating themselves. Wendy’s is that classmate who always has a sarcastic remark locked and loaded, Denny’s is your weird cousin who you’ve never really been able to understand but somehow, they make it work, Chubbies is the all-American frat house next door, and Charmin is that friend who always just tries to make the best of a crappy situation. Every brand is unique and offers a little something different, and as such, their respective social media marketing strategies follow suit.

Authors: Karin Hokanson, Lee McMillan, Julia Childress, Isobel Rubin

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9 Things to Watch for in the 2016 Olympic Games

With the opening ceremony of the Rio Olympic games coming this Friday, let’s take a look at all the important topics to watch this summer!

1. Opening Ceremony.  The opening ceremony is a spectacle watched around the world and can set the tone for the rest of the games.  Will there be a blunder like the little girl lip-syncing the national anthem in the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing, or a heart-touching moment like the late, great Muhammad Ali lighting the Olympic Torch?

2016 Women's Gymnastics Olympic Team
2016 Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Team

2. US Women’s Gymnastics Team.  The US women’s gymnastics team is the favorite to get the overall gold this year.  However, what might be more interesting to watch is whether another American can grab the All-Around Gold for the fourth straight Olympics. Three-time world champion, Simone Biles, is the favorite to win the gold. But, she is competing against reigning Olympic champion Gabrielle Douglas, 2012 Olympics fourth runner-up Aly Raisman, and hot newcomer Laurie Hernandez.

3. Conditions in Rio.  Zika, water pollution, gang violence and security issues are plaguing Rio.  For nearly a year, Brazil has been in a state of emergency as they battle the Zika virus known to cause birth defects in babies.  Several athletes have declined to travel to Rio this year and Zika is expected to be behind those decisions.  Water pollution also threatens the sailing events this year and athletes have been told to spend as little time as possible in the water due to untreated human waste in the water.  The World Health Organization has suggested athletes to “cover cuts with waterproof plasters prior to exposure.”  In addition to health issues, there are threats of gang violence and the Olympic security firm was fired less than a week before the games.  There have also been issues with the athlete’s Olympic village where “uninhabitable” conditions have kept athletes in nearby hotels instead, and the Australian team was robbed during a fire evacuation after returning to the village.

4. Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt.  Do these two all-time great athletes still have what it takes to bring home the gold for their countries?  With some out-of-the-pool issues and a suspension from Team USA, Phelps is said to be more focused than ever and ready to prove himself again.  Meanwhile, Usain Bolt, who is turning 30 on the day of the closing ceremonies, has seen his times get slower in the past years.  He is looking to win the 100m, 200m, and 4x400m relay for the third consecutive time.  No other person has ever done this twice.

5. Team Russia and Doping.  The Russian Olympic team has taken a huge due to doping.  The International Olympic Committee originally banned nearly 400 Russian athletes after the entire track and field, rowing, and weightlifting teams were all banned for doping.  The IOC announced it would not ban the entire team, but has still banned more than 110 Russian Olympians for this year’s Olympics, by far the largest of any Olympic games.  Will the remaining athletes be able to make a splash at the games?

6. US Basketball Teams.  While the Men’s team has a couple decent challengers in their pool, the US Women’s team has been absolutely dominate in the Olympics – winning 7 gold medals with an overall record of 58-3 in Olympic play.  They also enter the Rio games on a 41 game winning streak.  Despite several top athletes abstaining from this year’s games for the Men’s Team, they still figure to be the favorites led by Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins.

7. New Sports.  Rugby Sevens will make its first appearance in the 2016 games.  Rugby Sevens is made up of seven active players for each team, compared to the 15-player teams in traditional rugby.  Golf is also making a return after a 112-year hiatus.  Baseball and softball, karate, squash, and roller sports all vied for the open two spots.

8. Can Brazil Take Gold in Men’s Soccer?  Brazil has five World Cup championships, but has never won gold in the Olympics.  Can the home team finally overcome their Olympic challenges and bring their country gold?

9. Allyson Felix’s Fourth Olympic Games.  At the age of 30, Allyson Felix is looking to become the third woman in Olympic history to win the 200m and 400m races in the same Olympics.  She boasts six Olympic medals and four individual world championships.

While we wait for the opening ceremony on Friday, check out how things are going with Donald Trump or just watch some cute dogs rolling around.

Eating Clean Cooking Dirty

Increase Your Family Time and Decrease Your Kitchen Time without Sacrificing Healthy,  Clean,  Food

Everyone cares about health. Parents want to eat well and parents want their kids to eat well. And yet, a huge challenge lies in finding time to make healthy, scrumptious meals, that your family and kids will all love.

Eating clean can be fun, quick, easy, and as delicious as you want. Throw away your assumption that you can’t do this, you can – here’s how.

1 .Family Meal Planning & Prep for Clean Eating
As with many thing, you will begin with your prep work. No successful changes happen without a plan and prep work. Here’s a super simple guide to meal planning and cooking prep.

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This took me about 2 hours to prep, and gave us lunch and 4 dinners!
2. Start Simple
Now that your prep work and planning are complete, start your program with a simple, fun, and meaningful clean-eating change- upgrade your kiddos’ lunch box with this simple list of great clean and quick lunch ideas.

3. Start Cooking!

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Here a few starter recipes: 
Finger lickin’ good chicken.

I prepped this on Sunday (took about 5 minutes) and let it sit in my fridge until Wednesday. Wednesday evening, I dumped it out on a sheet pan and stuck it in the oven; cooked while Stella and I played games. Voila, dinner was ready and I literally spend less than 10 minutes in the kitchen.
Comfort food all the way
When you’ve had a week full of hard decisions, disappointments and major major changes, it is natural to turn to comfort foods to nurture your soul back to health.

4. Sign Up! 

Interested in learning more?

Check out the website for a free weekly meal plan trial.

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10 Reasons Why Corgi Beach Day Is Awesome

Saturday July 30, over 1,000 people descended upon Cannon Beach, OR with their beloved Corgis to enjoy a day a the beach.  The Portland Oregon Corgi Meet Up Group has organized a Beach Day for the past 4 years and is growing every year.  This event benefits the Oregon Humane Society and has fun activities like a costume contest, a silent auction, photo stations, Corgi Corn Hole games and a group photo.

Check out why we loved Oregon Corgi Beach Day here:

Look how this small gathering of Cori  lovers has grown over the years!

The 1st Oregon Corgi Beach Day 2013
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2nd Annual Oregon Corgi Beach Day 2014
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3rd Annual Oregon Corgi Beach Day 2015
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2016 Oregon Corgi Beach Day

For more more information on this event and to learn how to participate next year, click here: http://www.portlandcorgi.com/Corgi-Beach-Day.php