Dr Pepper has come a long way from Morrison's Old Corner Drug Store in Waco, Texas back in 1885. According to the Dr Pepper Museum website, under “History of Dr Pepper”, the inventor was Charles Alderton, who was a young pharmacist working in the drug store. In his spare time, he had a hobby of mixing carbonated beverages for customers.
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Sarah Heavner July 9, 2012 English 015 Rhetorical Analysis Paper Dr. Pepper Ad Analysis What would you like to drink? Something we all hear quite often, whether it is at a restaurant, in our own home, or while we are shopping at the grocery store. One of the most common choices of beverage would be a cold and refreshing soda. Companies such as Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and specifically Dr. Pepper aim.
Diet Dr Pepper’s share of voice at the onset of the advertising campaign was only 4.8 percent in this highly competitive and advertising sensitive category. Campaign Target and Objectives. The target audience for Diet Dr Pepper consists primarily of adults aged 18-49 who are present or prospective diet soft-drink consumers.
Dr Pepper Ten has calories and sugar unlike its diet counterpart. Instead of the “dainty tan bubbles” on the diet can, Ten will be wrapped in gunmetal grey packaging with silver bullets. And while Diet Dr Pepper's marketing is women-friendly, the ad campaign for Ten goes out of its way to alienate and denigrate women.
Discovery Research Group 3 Brand Analysis: Dr Pepper 2014 Selected Twitter Comments: “Halftime contest winner at SEC champ. game just thanked God and Dr. Pepper.First time ever both used in same sentence.” “Dude thanked god for the opportunity to throw footballs into a giant Dr. Pepper can. “the kid just won 100k getting a football through a tire hole.
The advertisement gains more attention with this portrait for the simple fact that the celebrity is looking straight at the audience. However, the celebrity is not smiling or staring at the audience. It is only a conventional look, in fact, the one that people give when they are talking to someone.
This timeline shows Dr Pepper Snapple's annual marketing and advertising expenses from 2008 to 2017. In 2017, the ad spend amounted to about 547 million U.S. dollars.