Brands allow customers to opt out of Mother’s Day marketing and Brewer’s selling beer in the 8th inning is already over.
Then we talk to Joe Flick, Lydia Riviera, and Otto Ohlson about this Saturday’s first Battle of the Badges – Milwaukee’s Finest v. Milwaukee’s Bravest go head to head in a boxing match.
More brands are now offering a way to stop the flood of Mother’s Day marketing emails, sparing customers who don’t want them from potentially bittersweet messages or even painful reminders.
Mother’s Day can be difficult for a host of reasons — the loss of a family member or infertility, for example. By introducing the possibility of opting out from receiving promotional materials, companies are prioritizing empathetic communications over potential flash sale profits.
What seasonal or holiday marketing campaigns would you opt out of?
Swing and a miss – After a month-long trial run selling alcoholic beverages into the 8th inning, the Milwaukee Brewers announced they’ll once again stop sales after the 7th. The MLB says the change errs “on the side of caution and practicality,” citing the vast majority of sales still happen before the 8th.
Speaking of beer, how expensive is Brewer Beer compared to other stadiums? How about our hot dogs? USA Today investigates.
KNOCKOUT 911. FIRE VS POLICE! ONE NIGHT! AN EPIC SHOWDOWN INSIDE THE RING!
Battle of the badges. This Saturday it’s Milwaukee’s Finest vs. Milwaukee’s Bravest in…. Boxing.
We talk to firefighter Joe Flick, Officer Lydia Riviera, and Otto Ohlson, owner of Dropout Fight Club about Saturday’s big event.
A clash of the shields where all proceeds will be going to two amazing Milwaukee charities:
Tickets are sold out but you can still “place your bets” (donate) to either corner and Individuals: