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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

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02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Sam. And see you soon. Thanks, Mark. My mind just exploded. Yeah, my brain expanded. I feel like I just learned so much. What was your take away from Mark? I feel like that every time I chat with Mark, he has such a wealth of knowledge and he really thinks like an enterprise executive because he has won. So the fact that we have someone like Mark, who's been CMO of all these amazing huge companies and a business leader, really leaning in and evangelizing web three to his pure set. I think is incredible. And the work they're doing at Salesforce web three studios is really an illustration of everything that Mark has been talking about from the advisory board to the partners at the collaborating with to really looking at this as a community building initiative. It's really nice to sort of see the early foundation of where that's going and having a big company like Salesforce, creating a product that enterprise companies can use that fits within their existing serum infrastructure is pretty incredible. And it's not going to happen tomorrow and it's not going to happen next month, but I think we're going to look back in several years and see really the fruits of the labor that they're putting in right now to evangelize this and to also build a product that is enterprise grade. We've spoken so much about what Starbucks is doing. We spoke to Spencer's recently on Anheuser Busch and these folks that are talking to millions and millions of people. I think when you think of it on the sales first level where hundred and 50,200 thousand clients have also hundreds of millions that are not billions of customers around the world and then them being able to empower them to sort of build these systems into their sort of marketing and sales and engagement funnels, the impact might just be giant. And I think that there's something just very inspiring to me about that. Yeah, same. I'm really glad we had an honest a guest. And I'm excited because I know in the next couple of weeks we have other guests who've actually leveraged the Salesforce web three platform and technology on behalf of their brands on certain drops. So stay tuned, dear listeners. Indeed, and with that, we're going to wrap up. Thank you so much for listening, and we always love to hear from you. So hit up Avery, hit up myself, hit up our team, and we would love to just get your thoughts on our episodes. Yeah, it tell us what you think. Thanks everybody for taking the time to tune into Gen Z and we'll see you next time.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

03:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"If you read that was such a fantastic conversation with Spencer, I think I actually first met him through either you or Andrew or mutual friend. And from the minute I met Spencer, I was like, he gets it and gets us so much more than the traditional brand manager. What are your thoughts on hearing him? I have the pleasure of working with Spencer a lot and he's a brilliant guy and I loved hearing his insights on his bush's web three journey. They were one of the first brands really active in the space and they'd maintain a really strong level of commitment actually even building out a web three team internally to help bring all these projects to life and manage them across all the different stakeholders that need to be aware of it. So it was incredible to hear his perspective on how the journey is going and a little bit about what they're going to be cooking up for her next year. The big takeaway for me is really the idea that in web three brands last forever. And if you think about that on your strategy going in, taking that approach compared to the way a lot of other brands have come into the space where they kind of do a thing and then they run away. They don't recognize that that thing's going to be out there forever and someone at some point is going to do that profile on how terrible this drop was. Whereas I think Spencer is taking such a long view of approach and the other thing that we're hearing from him, which was just super inspiring for me is, you know, over the years, I'm sure you and I have both come into, you're talking to one division at a brand, and you know that that division doesn't really talk to the other division, which doesn't talk to the other division. And so the project is done in a silo. Whereas it seems like they've been able at AB to really weave in the ethos of what they're trying to do in web three across multiple properties, multiple brands, and think about it just as another layer of loyalty and membership that I haven't seen done as well with any other brand that I see them do. You know, my key takeaway is the million little things that they're doing that go beyond just like the one or two PR moments that somebody might read about and add aids or trade press. There's so many little moves that are leading up to these sort of big swells. And ultimately, the commitment that they have to building a community and what Spencer was sharing around how this is different for a beer brand than it might be for GDC retailer because they don't traditionally have that direct relationship with consumers and leveraging web three is an infrastructure layer to create deeper consumer connections. I think it's so incredibly interesting. And I think it's something that we're going to see a lot of CPG brands. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow, but in the coming months and years, understand this as well. This is a way to better understand your consumers, have deeper connections with them. And develop something that's far more than just a digital collectible or a piece of art, but really a meaningful insights engine. Absolutely. All right, well with that, let's wrap the show up. Thank you, Avery. As always, for being such a great partner in this, I am in Vegas here for CES. I'm going to go hit the tables and see what else is happening out here on the show floor, which I'm pretty excited about and see if I can stack these chips or not actual tokens in the crypto ecosystem. As far as I know, but we'll see what we can do. But until then, thank you all for listening. We really appreciate it. So we'd love to hear from you and make sure you share it with us. Amateur loving ginseng. Yeah, thank you all so much for tuning in, have a great day or night wherever you are in the world. Thanks for listening.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

05:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"I think what you're seeing is a lot of new brands that are created that are web three native, that may or may not be working well because of the volatile environment around them. I think it's the responsibility of brands like ours to help build the infrastructure the right way. To help bring credibility and stability to something that is unknown is not there. And also to be a first mover and innovator within our own industries. I think what you're seeing from Starbucks and Amazon and Nike and Adidas and Anheuser Busch is bringing our brands in the best way and being a first mover because we can and because we have a lot of access that can add to the community. I think over time, more and more people will delve into it. And it's going to be less and less visible web three and more and more infrastructure of web three. And I think to me, that's the key component is you're not going to know as a consumer that you have an NFT. You're going to have an email address and that email address is your unique identifier with a token or some type of build behind it that is unlocking and giving you access. So if you're a really big fan of XYZ brand and you go to their website, you automatically get the benefits of becoming a club member, becoming part of the community, et cetera. So I think that is definitely on the way that's definitely going to happen. I think the environment is a little bit clunky today. And that will get smoothed out as more and more big brands come in and demand kind of web two user interface and infrastructure to a company kind of the web three technology, decentralization, visibility, and transparency that come with it. So I think it's going to start with a couple of the bigger players. It will evolve, and then more and more people are going to come in, but it's not going to come in in the same form. But I can't predict the future. So I'm just going to try and iterate and learn as we go on the way to getting there. We love that. I want to ask this question, which is more, you know, the gaming industry has seen some backlash when they were introducing web three. And I think part of their worry was how is this going to make everything more expensive? How is it going to make it even more exclusive? I'm wondering because you guys were early entrance, but also you have a really passionate and very large fan base of your brand. Did you see any of that same backlash when you were launching your web three product? Luckily, I don't think we did, but I think that's because before we did anything, we made sure to kind of understand and study the space. And we took a series of kind of methodical and strategic steps to help us get to that type of program and get to that type of launch. The first thing we looked at is what are consumers doing, they're buying ENS do names. We should do that. So we bought beer dot eth. We talked about what projects are people talking about that are doing really well with our creator led that are building the community that are giving back, we saw Tom Sachs rocket, they use Budweiser creative. We invited them to our brewery to launch one of their rocket launches. We've made it our PFP. Now all the people are saying, wait, Budweiser, this brand that's been around since 1876. And one of the most iconic American brands in existence, they're starting to test and learn and innovate. They know what they're doing. This is interesting we should evolve and see it, right? Then by the time we're doing our job, I don't think we face backlash because I think people were expecting it, seeing what we were bringing to life. And we were very deliberate, but here are the expectations. Here's what you get if you're. And we delivered on that. So I think for me, you know, we have to set our expectations and deliver against this expectations. And I think that's been one of the cooler things to see, is once you do that, you start to build not just community members, but advocates. People that are like, man, Budweiser's doing it well. This is a great community. They are giving back to the people who are bought in. They are rewarding the members that are here. They're taking and listening to the feedback that we talk about in here. And then iterating from there. So I think from that perspective, we did a very good job from the upfront. What I would tell you though is we've had mishaps along the way. I'm not going to deny. People are demanding. As they should be, right? I'm a fan of a lot of other brands, and I'm also demanding. So I think for me, I'm not going to pretend that we did everything right from day one. We didn't vote. The one thing we did right is we have an ongoing dialog. And we're listening. And we're iterating. And we're reacting to where we think the industry is going. What we think is the best consumer experience, and also how we can make sure that we take care of the people that know and love our brand so dearly. And I think for me, that's the journey that I'm most committed to is, okay, to have a community means you need to be a member of the community. And people don't know it. But I'm in the Discord all day. I'm reading their content. I'm talking with them. I'm liking their posts. I'm getting to know them in their digital selves. And then we're also having experiences where we're getting to know them in person, which has been really cool to get to know the people that support the brand. So I think for me, it's an ongoing conversation. And I think with gamers specifically, listen, gamers have really strong communities. That's one of the best things about gaming is you can get into something you can play with people you've never met before that are on a microphone in a different area. You can watch them on Twitch. You can chat with them on Discord. I think there's a sensitivity to other communities coming in. But when you can really be yourself, add value to either community, both gaming or to NFTs or web three, there's room for both. And I think that's what we kind of have to keep discovering and pushing for. So Spencer kind of summing up you're talking a lot about community building. You're talking a lot about consistency. You're talking a lot about testing and learning and also being very hands on with building these communities. You know, I've seen just posts everything from online crypto Twitter to LinkedIn in the Discord all the time. People calling out cool stuff that you all have done. Sometimes it's big moves. Like, you know, putting the NFT in the Super Bowl and sometimes it's small things. I actually saw at age recently

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"The right balance of scale versus intimacy? And having the ability for people to kind of enjoy the program and be there. And that to me is the Discord channel. That is the area for us where you can kind of balance the easier barrier to entry than web three. It's also a harder barrier to entry with more intimacy and two way dialog than maybe what you would see on Facebook or in a TV commercial. So I think for us, it's towing that line and then the question of how we do that brand by brand goes back to what is a brand stand for. What are the passion points that we can deliver the right utility, the right access for how do we make sure that people know the brand and expect us to show up in that space? We don't want to do something completely novel completely new because we want to make sure that they're familiar they're joining for a very specific reason. So I think we're still learning, but I think it's been a really cool way that we've adapted and brought some of our main programs to life. Yeah, and Spencer, the pickup game you're talking about is on flow, right? How did you choose to go with dapper labs and flow versus going with an Ethereum based solution, which I believe you guys had done for some of the previous drops. Yeah, absolutely. We started with Ethereum because it was where most of the action was happening. When I think we saw brands to individuals coming into space, it's where crypto punks happen. It's where you see a lot of the different big projects that were coming to life from an open sea perspective. I think ultimately though, when we were looking in the partnerships, who was the NFL working with because they're a partner of ours and they signed a deal with dapper labs to help them work on their NFL all day pass. We wanted to have parallels where we could cross pollinate both communities. So you could benefit within the public community within the NFL community and vice versa. We also looked at how do we make it a little bit easier for people to join. So Ethereum, I think, was amazing. I think price Ethereum were going up. A lot of people were coming into the space, people were willing to buy and test and learn. But then ultimately, we wanted something where you could sign up with the credit card and an email address. Because at the end of the day, it lowered the barriers to entry significantly. And it brought a lot more people into the space. So I think for me, when you think about our brands, there are multi-billion dollar brands, they touch tens of millions of people across the world, you know, our web three community wasn't there yet. It's something that, you know, we're talking tens of thousands of people as opposed to tens of millions of people, and we feel like as the space grows, which we are bullish on, and we think it will continue to grow over time. We want to be there to welcome more people coming into the space. And we thought that flow was a better kind of transition for the web two consumers to meet the web three community. And so I think from that perspective, we really like that. I think it's something we're also testing and learning different change, different possibilities to based on the partner based on the brand, based on the maturity, but we love the program. We're assuming we're definitely going to continue into the future. What I think the lesson I'm taking from that, which I think is a great lesson for our listeners is web three isn't a single tool set, right? There is no one stack that you need to be thinking about, that there are opportunities for you to think of, what Ethereum could do, what polygon could do, what a tezos could do with a flow can do. And then there are opportunities to build across those, but still have one cohesive strategy for how you're engaging. The other thing which I think is, to me, the biggest lesson here, and it reminds me a little bit Avery and I had a conversation with Matt Kayla as from DraftKings, I think was one of our first guests. And when you think of sports, you think of kind of beer and that sports culture. It's really native, but it also isn't one where you have to nudge people too far to get them into why web three matters. The fact that you said, oh, I can hold an NFT and maybe that gets me an opportunity to do on the field visit is so cool if you're a sports fan, right? And that just feels like a really native opportunity. And you can think of the micro versions of that and the macro versions of that. But it's also something that you know the fans already want versus trying to create new and different behaviors that I think make people feel a little less comfortable and then like, oh, I have to do all this work. You're like, no, why wouldn't I do this? Because I get access to these player chats or whatever it may be. So I think that to me that's just like a really inspiring way to think about this and just so the thoughtfulness that you and props obviously to Avery and the Vayner team have helped think through this strategy. So I just want to say that that's really impressive in thinking about that. And it is the takeaway that I think a lot of people have to think through. I appreciate you saying that for sure. I think it's been interesting journey. A lot of learnings, a lot of things that we can do. But it goes back to the key point of what does your brand stand for? Are you authentic to yourself? And I think what's the role that you can play for consumers. So for us, we're a fan of the fans. People are not consuming Bud Light on the field. They shouldn't be. They're playing the sport that they're going and doing. But the fans are holding those beers for those meaningful moments and we want to be there with them. And this is a great way to kind of accompany that. So I totally agree. So Spencer, I also love how, you know, we've been discussing this idea of community built brands and also creating an area for Bud Light fans to chat with one another to compete with one another to talk about games. What do you think is going to be the future of sort of community built brands? Do you see this as a lean when where many fortune 500s will be playing, especially in an era where cat costs are going up? There's a lot of sort of pushback against the duopoly. Do you see this is something that other brands are going to dabble into as well? I think the answer is yes. But the question is when and how long will it take for a lot of brands to be there? Well, I think you're seeing today is brands that are really strong brands that are iconic to stand the test of time. They're entering the space and they're having success there.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

05:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Discord and community building in general played into your web three strategy, both what you guys have done to date and then what you see is the opportunity in the future. It's a great question. I think we've kind of evolved where web three is the infrastructure, the enabler to helping us build community. It's like one of those things where a lot of people move into space. And for us, the space, as I mentioned, kind of a little bit earlier, is a way to have that two way dialog. And Discord is an amazing place because you can host an AMA. You can have private chats for people. You can DM consumers, you can have a phone call. You can have group chats. There's a lot of different elements that can kind of go into it that we're really excited about. I think what's unique about this is you actually have proof of someone either buying in or claiming or redeeming something that can then join the community. I think for us, that's something that we're looking to scale and bring more people into. I think one of the limitations we see in web three is the barriers to entry are pretty high for a lot of people. You have to go and set up a wallet and buy a cryptocurrency and then know how to mint and claim and then refresh the metadata to make sure it shows up on the right page and there's a lot of issues that come with it. Discord is not like that. Discord is like signing up for a slack channel, a Facebook page. It's a little bit more complicated. And I think it's going to get simpler over time as more and more people join. It's more and more web two folks come into web three. And therefore, it's a very good place to have constant iteration, explain things, answer questions, give the transparency and ultimately from there, build community because now that there are in web three and they are coming into our programs, we can actually reward them. We can actually identify who is a holder who's not a holder who's been to an event who hasn't been to an event who's participated in one of our q-and-as and who hasn't. And I think the functionality is what we're really excited about because all of a sudden you have that unique identifier and a place where you can actually have that two way dialog. So I think from that perspective, that's really where we're leaning into, I think, as we evolve, especially with the current environment. Yeah, things are going to come and go prices are going to go up and down, right? The number of people who are buying and trading or holding NFTs might change. But what's not going to change is people like talking to other people, there's more and more passion points more and more niche communities that have to exist. Our brands need to make sure that we're offering the value to them. And that we're learning from them, that we can understand and ask, what do you like? What do you not like? How do we evolve, which we consider doing? And I think that's how we're kind of orienting ourselves for the future. One of the things that I think is fascinating. And I was looking at the heritage can collection. There's been, I think, over 2 million in secondary sales. I know you guys get, I think you took a 0% creative royalty on that. So you're really giving the opportunity to the collectors, which I think is pretty fascinating, right? And so you have this rabbit collector base who all do these things. They love sports, they love beer, they love to travel, they do all that stuff. Then you guys, because your Budweiser and your subsequent brands, you have a million places you pop up digitally and physically. And so I would love to think about, as we go into 2023, how are you looking at the idea of what token getting experience is and the ability to sort of tear that for newer newer audiences as well as those who may have been in the beginning. Is there a way that you're kind of creating a funnel strategy if you will through your web three ecosystem? Yeah, it's a really good question, Tim. This is something I think we're also testing and learning and iterating. But what I would tell you, I think Bud Light is actually a really, really good example of a brand that we're using and how we've kind of changed the environment, but how we've kind of included holders and try to bring more people in. Bud Light is the official sponsor of the NFL. We actually started our web three journey last year in Super Bowl by having the first ever NFT in the Super Bowl commercial, which is like a really cool experience and kind of kicking off around NFL. And then basically over the course of the year, inviting people into a pick them game where you buy an NFT, or if you're a holder of one of our earlier drops, you get the NFT for free that you can claim. And then basically every single week you make a pick, and over the course of the season, as you make your pick, you're able to kind of redeem for certain pricing if you are able to advance and go into it. And for me, what's really cool about this is we're leveraging our NFL relationship to partnerships, the platforms and things that we have with utility and access that you can not get as an average consumer. So from this perspective, we invited our holders to do it. We also talked about it on our social media channels as Bud Light because we're promoting the Bud Light NFL cans and creative and partnership all the teams posted about it. The players that we have are talking about it are Discord channel is firing on all cylinders about NFL content and creative and what's going on and trades that are happening in the industry and fantasy and all these different things that are there. And then you see the community start to participate and as they pick and as they go on, they're rooting for one another, they're competing against one another. They're buying cans from people who have streaks that are going and ultimately they're redeeming for utility that you can't get in real life. For example, we have a lot of our players drop into our Discord channel to talk to the fan base. You can actually go to do private stadium tours with the teams that we go and sponsor. We gave tickets and on field access to some of the people that are holders within it. People were able to get NFL all day passes. They were able to get jerseys and merchandise from Bud Light and other things that come through. And all of a sudden now, people are really gung Ho and we've actually just brought our entire community to support the passion point and the brand platform, which is the NFL. And we have multiyear agreements with the NFL, we sponsor a ton of the teams. And all of a sudden, it's a good way to connect the dots. So in this way, what started as lower funnel where you're getting web three people who are really interested in a certain community became kind of upper funnel because we're connecting it to our commercials and into our social media content into our programming. So it's all the way through the line. And I think what we're seeing is that it's difficult to get people into a web through environment. The barriers to enter are high. It's easy to get people into something that has millions of viewers like the NFL.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

06:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Experiential entertainment and draft line our in-house creative agency at Anheuser Busch. So it's everything that kind of relates to our partnerships in our marketing investments. Also, Sam Avery, thank you for having me today. I'm very excited for the session together. Spencer, no lie when we were first coming up with guests, you were at the very, very top of the list. So we're still honored. They're taking the time to be here and to hang out. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself, your career, and how you got to be the group VP of connections today Anheuser Busch. I know you've had a long career at AB and done a lot of cool stuff. Yeah, absolutely. So I actually started with Anheuser Busch in 2012 as an intern, and I've been with the company kind of ever since. So I've hopped around a variety of different roles and functions within the company. I've lived in Chicago, St. Louis and New York, where I currently reside today. And basically that kind of worked my way from the bottom up to this role. I spent a lot of time in digital marketing in media, brand management, internal consulting, and resource allocation, and then ultimately about 5 years ago, I moved over to lead our digital marketing team. I created draft line, which is our internal creative agency within draft line. We kind of introduced a lot of new capabilities to the company so that included influencer management, programmatic media, data acquisitions, and loyalty programs, content creation, production, and basically from there was able to elevate myself from a senior director to a VP within the team and about 9 months ago took over what is called the connections group and merge strath line within that group. A key part of my role over the last few years has been, how do we lead digital innovation? How do we connect with consumers in a more meaningful way? And so a lot of the capabilities that we've introduced over the last few years have directly related to some trends that we've seen in the industry. And most notably, and what I'm very excited about and why we're here today is talk about web three. So I think from my perspective, web three represents a lot of the future of where I think loyalty and consumer connections are going. And it's something that I think we've been very bullish on from that quote start of brands really diving into the space. Let's pick that apart, Spencer. What was that moment that started you down the web three journey? And what was interesting about it to you more so from how you could apply it to your business case, although I also want to hear kind of personally what you were involved in this. Yeah, maybe I'll start with the personal Sam. I think it might help a little bit in that front, but I'm a big sports fan. And you know, I think Pete COVID seeing NBA top shot take off. My Friends talking about it almost like the fantasy collectible nature of it tied into a passion of mine was how I ultimately got introduced to it. It was kind of like for me the Trojan horse of NFTs. I think a lot of people have the same type of journey. That was kind of what kicked it off. What got it interesting? And then you quickly start reading about the sales and the collectibles and some of the headlines. And I think from that moment on, it sparked some interests for me for a few others, including some of our most senior leadership at Anheuser Busch. When you start to see people get involved and kind of the headlines that come through. And I think we were kind of quick to identify then, okay, there's a lot of people who are passionate about it. There's a lot of headlines and things that are generating talk conversation PR. This is actually a business opportunity, like forget the PR, forget the individuals. Look what this did for the MBA in this space. It's a brand. It's an entertainment vehicle. They are able to capitalize and have this fan engagement in this community building. How do we do the same things? And we started looking into we have some of the world's most iconic brands, like $1 billion brands. Brands that have been around Budweiser, for example, since 1876, international brands, things that people really care about, beer is meaningful and near and dear to a lot of people's hearts. And I think we thought, you know, this is a great way for us to kind of connect in a new way. And ultimately, when you think of what web three and what NFTs can do, it's actually a differentiator for us in our environment here in the U.S. and the beer industry. So for not familiar with the beer industry, we work through a three tier system where we sell to wholesalers who sell it to retailers who sell the consumers. Therefore, it's very difficult to have a meaningful two way dialog and relationship with that ultimate and consumer. And now we have a way to monetize and to have digital relationship with a lot of different people to have a two way dialog. And that was kind of like the unlock for us. Is now you're able to attach something to a lot of the different assets properties, you know, quote the utility that we can offer and bring to people in a new way because this technology exists. And so for me, then the journey began really to summer of 2021, I would say, where we started looking into, okay, now that we know we can get into space, there was a ton of logistical hurdles for us to bring us to life. So when you think about a beer industry, company that's been around for a long time with international capabilities, teams, different brands, different countries, regulations. It's kind of like a vice category. It's heavily regulated. We need to be super careful. We had to convince a lot of internal stakeholders to kind of bring this to life across legal procurement finance within legal compliance and treasury and there's data components that we had to think through. Then brand teams and a lot of different facets. I worked to kind of lead a cross functional task force to bring these people together and show them the business opportunity for us. How we can build brands, how we can have a direct relationship with consumers how we can build community for the team. And then ultimately we decided to launch with Budweiser. We said, you know what? This is the most iconic brand. It's an international brand. The beauty of cryptocurrency is it's international. You can transact in ether and U.S. or England or China or a lot of different places and same thing with Bitcoin and polygon. So we started looking into, okay, let's use one of our most iconic brands before we ventured into this space. We thought about, you know, a lot of people in this space, just the decentralized nature of cryptocurrency, they don't love institutions. And we're a major institution. So if we're going to join in, how do we make sure that we add value? How are we authentic in this space? How do we enter in a way where people are like, wow, that's awesome. That Budweiser did it. Yeah, they know what they're doing. It's an interesting project. We should get involved with that. And I think that was the journey that we really faced on. And Avery and her team were a massive help in this. Being experts in this space, knowing what's going on, teaching us internally, what to think about what to look for, what to do, who to partner with. And then I think from there, it became, let's make a relationship. So let's do things the right way. Let's see what's working and not working. And then ultimately test and learn and kind of see what comes to life from there.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

06:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"A luxury brand, I think that doing auctions or scarcity focused drops can really be a challenge. If you're a luxury brand, it's expected. If your Tiffany's and you're doing 250, you're doing that because you want to really bring in that level of luxury and scarcity. But if you are a cracker brand, or you are a media brand, and you're really looking at a way to create a deeper connection with consumers, the more the merrier for participation standpoint. So I think we have kind of two schools of thought on open editions, the sort of normal consumers. They don't think anything of it, the NFT dabblers think it's an interesting way to participate. But the NFT purists or big collectors often are not as much fans of open edition because there's far less sort of treating activity often on those collections. But Sam, you span the gauntlet. What's your take on open edition? I think it's super fascinating for two reasons. I think one for the creators and the artists. It is a really easy and accessible way for someone to get something interesting into their wallet that they might want to look at. And if they can do so at a low fee no fee, then it starts to get you interested in their work in general. And so therefore maybe you get an open dish maybe by having the open edition that gets you on an allow list to mint their next piece at a bit of a higher price. And so therefore you can sort of be part of their world that way in a really easy way. I will also say, I think we saw a lot of open editions in this last couple of weeks because of open seas change in legacy contracts on royalties. So for example, I minted one purely to have a contract that was part of the legacy group so that in the future, if I want to do something, I have an existing exempted grandfather did in contract that allows me to mint with the royalties built in. So that was one reason I think a lot of creators got in. But the second thing and I think this goes to the world you and I spend a lot of time in is when you think of a classic marketing funnel, the idea of what's the easiest, lowest barrier access. If I can get a couple of thousand people to mint something for free, that really just says, are you willing to learn enough to basically paste this into your wallet browser or into your regular browser and connect your meta mask and get the thing and maybe you paid $3 in gas in order to collect that, then I've now said maybe that piece gets you into the Discord. And then you start to say, oh, here's this other part of the Discord. I can't see because I don't have this other thing. Maybe I want to know what's going on there, so then maybe I sort of start to buy up. And we all know the marketing funnel is about the biggest and widest groups that slowly go into kind of who's spending more time, spending more money, spending more attention, who's sharing out more. And so you get to the inner circle. And so from a pure marketing funnel strategy, I think, in open ambition is the easiest way for a brand that is committed to thinking about that. And I'm really excited about our guests coming up because I think this is where his lane is, but that it's such a great way of opening the gates to someone to get them in through the door, and then let them start to choose how they want to play next. All right, so now we've talked about open additions. I think there is an interesting thing that happened towards the end of the year. And I just want to get your thoughts on this. We saw a really major NFT collection that was designed on Solana, announced that they were moving from Solana to Ethereum. It was a project called D gods. I don't think you know, it's a very insight NFT conversation. So it's not as much of a brand play, but the thing that was just interesting was them going from one major chain, a layer one team to another major player one chain. And the thing that it sort of made me feel, and I wanted to get your thoughts on it. If I was a brand building today, is there any reason really not to be on a theory and really Ethereum polygon, because it seems like that's where all the energy is right now. How would you advise your clients right now to think about chains? Well, degas is very interesting project Frank, who's the leader of the project, has had a number of major announcements, everything from moving to zero royalties to being very bullish on Solana to now announcing the move over to an EVM compatible team. I believe it's polygon. So they never dull woman with the degas crew. My perspective is at this current moment with the information we have in front of us. EDM compatible chains are the place where it makes sense for most brands to be investing their time and their resources. I won't say all because there's always edge cases. There's always unique situations. We recently did a project on flow because of an existing partnership and that was an interesting one for us to explore. There might be times to explore leveraging a chain link Solana, but I'll say over the maybe almost a hundred different NFT programs we've done over the past year and a half, 98 of them have been on EVM compatible chains. So whether that's Ethereum mainnet or polygon or some of the other ones that exist, we are very leaned into the sort of Ethereum compatible ecosystem. I will also say though, that I think in the future, there will be a lot of bridging. I think what degas means is I don't know that there are actually planning to bridge it. I think that they are planning to make a full transition over to Ethereum. But in the future, I think there will be a lot of this sort of cross chain compatible. I believe that the future of NFTs is going to be cross chain. It's going to be multi chain. And it won't only be one, but kind of interesting learning that I think we can probably get out of this degas situation is you don't actually have to be very to a one chain forever. You can make a change at Vayner three we're very bullish on the EDM compatible ecosystem, but there are always opportunities for us to be exploring new things. Amazing. And with that, let's get to our guest. So I'm very excited about our guest today. Spencer Gordon, Spencer is the group BP of connections at Anheuser Busch. Spencer is someone who I have been sort of talking about this ecosystem who Avery has been working with in this ecosystem for going on about a year and a half. And it's just so smart and how he is leveraging web three across the Anheuser Busch portfolio. And when you think of Anheuser Busch as a company that has such legacy brands that people absolutely love, whether Stella artois, whether it's Bud Light, whether it's Budweiser and so many others, you got to actually be cautious about how you show up in this space because you have so many millions of fans and customers who could get really pissed off if you don't do it correctly and AB has been one that has done it really, really well. So I'm really just excited to hear it both his story and what the last year or year and a half has looked like for Anheuser Busch in the web through space. And we will get to that after the break. Is join coin desks consensus 2023, where web three

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

04:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"Hello everyone, welcome to Gen Z, generation crypto. These are the people who were raised on a different philosophy on how they look at money, how they look at identity, how they look at privacy and how they reimagine their relationships with the communities and companies they interact with. On Gen Z, we focus on how web two and web three brands are building for this audience. I am Samuel and from Queen desk, our co host, as our leads as Avery act in any from Vayner three, Avery, how are you? I am doing great, excited for another episode of gen C, we are back from the holiday break and we have such an incredible slate of guests for the first part of this year. I'm so stoked for it. And really, really, really looking forward to today's show. Absolutely. Before we get to today's guest, let's just sort of do a quick little wrap up of what's happening out in the crypto world as it relates to brands. Avery, I am out here in Las Vegas. I first trip of the year for CES. I'm sad you're not here, but I also understand that Miami was calling. I'm really interested to see how much web three is going to be sort of in the conversation at CES. We saw a lot of dark Basel. We talked about that last month. We certainly see it a lot of places like south by Southwest. This is the first time in a couple of years that I think it may show up at CES. Do you have any clients out here, anything you're hearing, anything you're interested about? Yeah, it was the tough decision to sit out CES this year because I think there's going to be a lot of conversations about web three, particularly metaverse. I've been invited to a couple of different things and heard from a couple of my friends in different partners and ecosystems. There's going to be a lot in the world of metaverse a lot in AR, VR, how brands can build interesting new things. CES is ultimately a technology show. So I think there will be a lot of more sort of hardware related metaverse experiences. That would be my take. I'm sure there will be some stuff about the crypto ecosystem. Some suffer around DeFi from stuff around NFTs, but my bet would be the majority of the attention on web three will really be in that kind of metaverse pillar. They've got a couple speakers covering off on different things and you all are doing a web three studio talk there. And yes, I do have quite a few of our current partners at Vayner who are checking out different things this year. I've got a couple of folks on the ground from our team at Vayner as well, checking out the latest and greatest. CES has always been a hardware show, right? And I think that's the thing that's interesting. You know, you come here 5 years ago and all you would see was aisles upon aisles of headphones and new ways to power your computer or your phone or like iPhone protective cases or the newest monitors or that kind of stuff. I'm sort of really interesting. Are we going to see an entire area dedicated to cryptomining of different coins? Are we going to see NFT frames, things that kind of power the web three industry? That's what I'm going to be looking at. Coin desk is running a bunch of conversations on the main stage, as well as we have our web three studio. So hopefully we'll be showing more of that stuff on coin desk dot com starting next week. But it's going to be really interesting to see what's going on. As sort of CES becomes more web three friendly. So the next thing up, I don't know about you. I found at the end of the year, everyone was dropping, open editions. And so first, why don't you tell everyone here what an open edition is? And then why people are interested in. It is definitely open edition season and open edition is an NFT mint that doesn't have a fixed supply. There might be particular hours or days that it's open. A creator or a brand or an organization might do an open edition mint for something very short, maybe it's something like X copy, I think he did just a couple of minutes on nifty gateway. That was like 6 months ago. We also have seen brands do open edition mints that go on for weeks. Our partners at Pepsi just did one for new year's. It was an open edition mint over a course of a couple of weeks. We have seen this really take off in popularity in the last couple of months. For a couple of reasons. First, I think open edition provides a much more accessible entry point, whether that's free or much more cost, open edition NFTs tend to be less about speculation and less about scarcity and more about collecting something. You know, we've seen brands like time to open editions for key moments, whether that's a make a Johnson into the metaverse cover or others that they've done that sort of tap into that idea of collecting a moment, like a digital stamp. I was there. Less so around a rare piece of art. So from a creator perspective, I think, open editions create a way for a broader group of collectors to participate and own a piece of that artist's work from a brand perspective. I'm absolutely obsessed with open editions because I think the vast majority of brands should be looking at NFTs and their web three strategies as a way to connect with consumers and build communities. And unless you're

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on Fore The People

"That reminds me of a story from Augusta national, actually. When I was playing a practice round there, it was how quiet it is. There are SK what normally. And I was there in March, the month prior for my last trip there before the masters. And you have to be with a member if you're bringing anyone to play. Jeff Knox came out and just the token Augusta national member. And we were talking and he was telling me some stories about that place. He was telling me who was on site that day. And apparently the guy that owns Anheuser Busch is a member there and Peter kurz, the guy that owns Coors brewing, they're obviously competitors, but they're both members at Augusta and they were the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was there that day. And Peter kurz had gotten wind that the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was going to be on site that day. So he called the day prior. You know where I'm going with this. He called the day prior and bought all of the Coors light on the property. All of the coolest products. He spent like $30,000 and bought all of their products and had them shipped off. So when Peter corris got there the next day to play golf at Augusta national, there was no course products. He had to drink Bud Light or Budweiser or an Anheuser Busch product. That's the kind of shit that doesn't happen anywhere else in the country. But like a little snicker ha ha, I made him drink my beer. That happens all the time at Augusta national. There's little bitty things where they run their, it's like their own government inside those gates. They have no rules except for what they want to do. It doesn't even feel like they have anyone over them. They are the rules in Augusta,

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Anheuser-Busch vs Coors Brewing Company at Augusta National

Fore The People

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Anheuser-Busch vs Coors Brewing Company at Augusta National

"That reminds me of a story from Augusta national, actually. When I was playing a practice round there, it was how quiet it is. There are SK what normally. And I was there in March, the month prior for my last trip there before the masters. And you have to be with a member if you're bringing anyone to play. Jeff Knox came out and just the token Augusta national member. And we were talking and he was telling me some stories about that place. He was telling me who was on site that day. And apparently the guy that owns Anheuser Busch is a member there and Peter kurz, the guy that owns Coors brewing, they're obviously competitors, but they're both members at Augusta and they were the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was there that day. And Peter kurz had gotten wind that the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was going to be on site that day. So he called the day prior. You know where I'm going with this. He called the day prior and bought all of the Coors light on the property. All of the coolest products. He spent like $30,000 and bought all of their products and had them shipped off. So when Peter corris got there the next day to play golf at Augusta national, there was no course products. He had to drink Bud Light or Budweiser or an Anheuser Busch product. That's the kind of shit that doesn't happen anywhere else in the country. But like a little snicker ha ha, I made him drink my beer. That happens all the time at Augusta national. There's little bitty things where they run their, it's like their own government inside those gates. They have no rules except for what they want to do. It doesn't even feel like they have anyone over them. They are the rules in Augusta,

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

"Life is very hard very challenging but but you cannot be a victim of your circumstances right. So if. I don't like what's happening right now. What change it or find a way to improve it. But don't don't feel that. I'm limited right now because i can't do anything and i think what helped me to was by by these surrounded by people that were really extraordinary with. They did allow me to see and learn how they got there in. Everybody had a story None of was Overnight in all circle back people. It was all about people and i think today more than ever hours when i meet somebody. I'm looking at people looking at the character. I'm looking at the way. They behaved discipline. How appreciative they are. And because you can always teach skills you can always push you can always drive And a lot of times we'll have opportunities to in a company and And somebody might say why need years of experience to do this. not necessarily. we're looking for a total package. 'cause you can be an expert on this but have not the best behavior as a person as a human being. We can't change that you know there's tracy's in people that you can't change and i'm sorry that you're not fit the famer because yes we tell them earlier. They're not. They don't waste all their time in that they're not gonna be destined to be able to fit speaking of which you somehow decide. The opportunity of creating nekia. Novak is a good opportunity. A lot of people with the executive role that they have with one of the biggest companies most successful companies in the world. that is not going nowhere it thrives in recessions thrives pandemics it thrives and good times. You know there's always a good purpose or reason to engage with anheuser busch but more importantly you decide that it's not enough and know for you. What was the decision making process to start negative novak into get into space. You know that other people once again would probably be afraid of..

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on The Playbook

"David meltzer day with entrepreneurs the playbook i am so excited i have a killer entrepreneur beco- he is an has started the co founder of nekia. Novak but he was a former executive with anheuser busch. What a transition. We're gonna talk about today. Welcome to the playbook..

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Anheuser Busch says Americans who enter its promotion will get $5 gift cards for free beers after 70% of adults are vaccinated. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS There are still a lot of questions about how Massachusetts will spend the majority off more than $5 billion in federal aid from the American rescue plan. Now a bit of a staring contest over $100 Million of that funny Governor. Baker's administration says the Legislature's plan to transfer the entirety of the nearly $5.3 billion to a separate account. Would prevent him from directing 100 million of the discretionary funding to the hard community hit communities of Chelsea, Everett, Methadone and Randolph, as he has pledged. The governor's office also says the federal aid does not require legislative appropriation and should be put to work without delay. A new cyber attack targets U. S infrastructure, this time of the service that runs ferries between the Cape and Islands of Steamship Authority, said a ransomware attack was impacting the ferries between Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard and and tuck it, the organization said I t professionals were assessing the impact but try Revelers were braced for delays. Ransomware attacks have been increasing, including the one that targeted JBs, the nation's largest meat processor. The plants are again operational while authorities traced the origin of that breach that is ABC seven. Cutter ski Coming upon WBC the fate of suspended Boston Police Commissioner Dennis White continues to hang In the balance for 33 traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of doing that all wheel drive Catholic God the threes to stay busy. Busy Wednesday, Michael Yeah, we're only halfway through the week. Boy. It's looking like a Friday afternoon. Out there been we could only wish right South found the expressways just crawling out of the tunnel. Get this most of the way to route 24. That's not pleasant at all. The North Island Expressway backs up a little after Furnace Brook Parkway, a passing upon such circle and then delays coming up towards the tunnel to about 1. 28 Southwell. The backup starts before Highland F goes pretty much all the way down onto 93 north into Canton, three South Delays coming off the expressway. Three north delays coming up towards the expressway towards the split too awful delays on the mass turnpike westbound starting a little afternoon corner all the way out towards the state Police barracks in western from earlier problems there. Let's take this time to check in with the WBC news radio traffic copter. Well, you know what is a matter of fact, we were just out in western at the Western state Police barracks, and I have some good news to share that earlier trailer that was on fire just got taken away in a flatbed record about two minutes ago. So all of the traveling Zehr open. There's nothing left in the breakdown lane to look at. We'll see how long it takes to sort through this backup, which were chucking out now in West new, It's not pretty. Kristen at WBZ Radio Traffic copter downtown. The lower decks back near Hood Park store. Oh drives back into which tunnel the Ted Williams tunnel westbound jammed right into the connector tunnel with connections to 93 South. Pretty bad there. Up to the North Route one nor found crawling Sergent straight up towards the Lynnfield Tunnel Delays on 1, 28. And worst of it is from Route three a up into Lynnfield about 15 minutes to get through that south down. Just slow going from one day in Beverly back into Peabody to my King Kennedy bc's traffic on the three We've got some clouds around and will be mostly cloudy overnight to died. About 60 or so downtown fifties of the suburbs. Some morning showers tomorrow. More humid day and we may get a couple of.

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Free Beer, Other New Incentives for Biden's 'Vaccine Sprint'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Free Beer, Other New Incentives for Biden's 'Vaccine Sprint'

"President Biden says the nation needs to pull out all the stops to get more people vaccinated in coming weeks as he looks toward a self imposed July fourth deadline his goal is to have seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by independence day read sixty three percent of adults with one shot so the president's call in June a month of action highlighting ways of making shots more appealing to those who've resisted them so far they include free game tickets free child care and free beverages Anheuser Busch announced that bears on them on July the fourth the company says it'll by everyone twenty one and over around a beer once the seventy percent goal is reached part of what the president calls an all American summer of freedom and joy Sager mag ani Washington

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The Art of Business Wars: In With the New

Business Wars Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

The Art of Business Wars: In With the New

"Today's lesson is about how life and business can change on a dime especially if you underestimate your competitor. In japanese martial arts practitioners cultivate. Something called zong chen. It means that even at the moment fighters facing off against an opponent they also have to remain aware and alert to new threats when the hero of the movie systematically vanquishing each bad guy even though they're all attacking him at the same time that's zong chen it may take a martial artist a lifetime to master the ability in the business world. You'd better learn it sooner. New competitors arrive on the scene all the time lose sight of them and your company may become a part of history next two names like blockbuster kodak and borders remember them august busch the third believed in the concept so much he launched a corporate coup in the early seventies against his own father at stake was control of the beer giant. Anheuser busch his father. August anheuser busch junior known as gussie had overseen the growth of the budweiser brand to its position. As the king of beers gussie was so focused on attacking the number two brand schlitz that he didn't even notice that there was a new threat on the horizon. The miller brewing company had been acquired by philip morris. The company developed a new less filling beer and had a smart marketing strategy as a result miller lite was making steady gains in the market. You may remember. The argument that sent sales skyrocketing. The best part is that it tastes great. Bet spot is. It's less filling tastes great less filling as great list. Philip less filling. You know even less about basketball. That's it heinsohn but august. Bush was less myopic than his own man and ready for every threat after taking over the company rains. He faced a union strike against automation. At the bottling plant in a twist that would make game of thrones riders envious august and his colleagues had anticipated the teamster troubles and stockpiled enough budweiser to maintain distribution. The company was able to outlast the union and its demands

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Quite a bit accidentally. Anybody remember of Super Bowl eight? It's way back there, 1974. That was the Miami Dolphins in the Minnesota Vikings. Okay, I don't remember the game real clear. But I'm going to go out on a limb. And guess that the Vikings lost. Yeah, they did, because they're over four. Did you know? That if you watched Super Bowl eight Between the Dolphins and the Vikings in 1974. That was the last time That during the Super Bowl You saw a commercial for any brand of alcohol. That was not produced. By Anheuser Busch. Really Anheuser Busch, since 1975 had the has the exclusive rights to national beer ads and alcohol during the Super Bowl. Why had never given that any thought? I mean, either you haven't seen a Miller high life. You haven't seen Miller lite? No, You haven't seen anything. Heineken? No. Well, hina, can I think they may now because it's in bed. I think. Anyway. That's all a precursor to the fact that Sam Adams has an ad featuring Clydesdales. It will air during the Super Bowl. And some local markets. For the first time in 37 years, Budweiser won't have a Super Bowl commercial and by Budweiser, I mean Budweiser, Budweiser. Because there will be some Anheuser Busch commercials. But light Michelob Ultra Stella are 12. They on that too? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, I think that's all that toast and live Sam Adams, taking advantage of their absence by stealing World famous clients feel horses to heip. Their wicked hazy I P a In the commercial. Somebody on hitches a.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Chicago Tribune. Sales of non alcoholic brew are growing. Initially. Anheuser Busch Oh duels and Miller's sharp What's really coming on strong. Is Heineken. That's right. Heinie can non alcoholic beer sales were up 38%. In 2020 to 188 million. Now, here's the deal for people who really, for whatever reason, want to avoid alcohol yet? Like the taste of beer. Duels and Miller's Miller Had an infant fissionable incontestable. Whatever the term is Like 0.5% of alcohol in the beer. There was just a little tiny bit in there, okay? Just a smidgen. The O duels. Idea deals, the Heineken has zero Okay, There's absolutely no alcohol in the heinie can non alcohol beer. Just saying, just say it, and now we continue with the beverage section of our report. You don't let me get so leave me alone. Let me go home. Let me go home. Mr. With sellers. Overflowing American Airlines plans.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says. During the overnight hours, someone vandalized all of the flags hanging from the first responders. Appreciation overpass at Exit five in west Barnstable. All of those flags now have big holes in them. They melted them all. Basically looks like someone took acid dumped him on each flag, and it Melted the flag. Eggs are Oh says the Good Samaritan has stepped in to help, including offering reward money for information leading to an arrest in connection with the vandalism. Gentleman stopped in the possible police station. He lives in the area. He loved seeing the flag, so he told them. He would make a donation to pay for the new ones and be offered a $2500 reward him Tom, a Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio, The living room will remain the classroom for students in the sockets, public schools. System. Last night, the school committee voted to pause plans to reopen as we hear from Carl Stevens. It was a somber Saugus School committee meeting Thursday night. The plan was to finally reopen schools their clothes since last spring next week with a hybrid model, But Superintendent David Derosa, citing the recent number of virus cases, the surgeon cases recommended they put it on hold. I'm getting e mails from parents questioning again. The common theme rational Why you trying to open when all the telltale signs say Please stay close, he said. Everybody concerned would be a lot more comfortable re opening what a vaccine becomes more readily available. The school committee voted to pause the reopening, and so it's more remote Learning in Saugus. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, Massachusetts public schools report 930 nuke over 19 cases from last week. This includes 523 cases among students and 407 among staff members. It's one await joining us again over a Bloomberg Here's Andrew O'Day. Give me a good sign for the pandemic battered economy. Laurie US manufacturing cranked higher in December That is the eighth straight monthly gain, but it's being countered by another reading today, showing an unexpected 0.7% decline. In December U. S retail sales right now the Dow was falling. 18 NASDAQ Losing 67 has to be 500 down. 19 Michelob wants to help you save the planet one can at a time Anheuser Busch InBev. Teaming up with metal.

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Bud Light to launch hard seltzer lemonade as new rivals enter market

Pat Thurston

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Bud Light to launch hard seltzer lemonade as new rivals enter market

"Any of the new, hard sell, sirs may be a new lemonade flavor will get you interested. There is a new entry into the hard Seltzer wars. Anheuser Busch in bed is launching Bud Light Salter lemonade into the increasingly competitive category. Spiked seltzer. Sales surged 160% last year as beer consumption has declined recently, so companies are becoming more creative in the category. Y plot remains the leader with more than half the market share, followed by truly but the Bud Light brand has been gaining in popularity and Anheuser Busch InBev says the new Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade has done very well in taste tests.

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"anheuser busch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"anheuser busch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Manny Light Seltzer. Anheuser Busch Air Force wins the face off coming out of the time out Now, Kans bring it into the Nagra end over here on the near side power you with a swipe at the pump. With sonnet Falcons keeping alive down from the blue Line one is thrown at the net from the perimeter that got through. Ah, lot of traffic, forcing course in to make yet another save that came from John. No, Shawn. No high at the center point. And why not? They had a couple of bodies down in front rhyme was down there, as was horn. So throw that puck in there. Let those four words go to work and If not, you forced the goalie to cover up which Carson did their force gets an offensive zone face off. This will be Daskal to take it with a 56 left in the second. Face off over here in the near circle. That's the stick side, of course, and the junior not of Gary in Illinois, transfer out of Denver University and ex pioneer Mark is still in the circle after the face often now skating out of there with it, Magritte. He pitched it ahead. What's gonna be intercepted by Sam Brennan. Brennan looks for help and finds Blake bride who then finds Robinson Robinson sends its head and the Falcons spin it in. And go after it. Bounces off of players along the boards near side. Finally, Chris Harper catches up to it for the Purple Eagles, and he collides with an air force defender both fall down, the puck comes lose, and it's kept in play along their side. By Eric Cooley For Niagara Cooley looks up finds a man Here's a rush up by summer summer puts on the brakes turns makes an old pass intercepted. Bye. Blake Bride Bride's got baskets two on one pass across, so broken up nicely by the defender. I think that was Cooley who got his stick on it. Maybe Pomeroy. Falcons handed two on one numbers there, but they couldn't cash in. This is cook. For Air Force with the park long past gets it ahead to bride bride knocked down from behind. That was Dylan Mills doing the honors there and the takeaway after the hit by the Purple Eagles. They bring it in, but it's intercepted by cook who sends it right back. Pomeroy settles it down. They get it to Mills, who fumbles it, and it's taken away by air Force. They get it to Adams at the blue line, and Adams went in, came back out, but he was offside. On the play. Adams was diving in. Gavin turned and fired that puck two minute was behind him. If that box inside Adams has some good legs. He's got some momentum going in the puck was just a little behind him and offside on air Force Marty into take this face off in the neutral zone with 7 30 left in the second. 20 to 9 favor here. Four shots on goal one. Nothing Niagara on the scoreboard Power play goal earlier in this period. There's the face off just outside the Purple Eagle Blue Line, and Niagara has it. Long past broken up its center ice by Air Force. And that's Adams, who sends it ahead. Trying to get it back to him. Buddy over skated it with the pop here. Gore sack protect a shot blocker saved made by Little Rock. On.

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Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

First & 10s

12:22 min | 2 years ago

Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1

"Question. How did he do? Okay. So here's the thing about Joe Brown. This is why I think you like him so much. Oh, it's a really great quarterback that just plays hockey team. So he's like your deck Prescott your a bitch. I thought you were like the light bulb in my head went off last night when I was watching it. I was like, well, he's a good little quarterback like Dak Prescott. He just plays for no wonder Jasmine likes them so much. By the way, I have you know you Optimus Prime Don the word shity so it cut out on you said shity team. That's all right. I show you going to say that we were going to like look we could be an item now. I'm just disappointed. Oh, I'm sorry. Now he's to you guys wouldn't match very well. He's back to blonde hair doughy eyed, you know, he still has his dreams and happiness. I was just that his way too innocent for you. You know, you just strip him of all of it off. I would fare. I tend to do this with all men though. Let's be real I tend to slowly take away their hopes dreams, you know their desk for Life their happiness any kind of happiness life. It's it's what I do to all the men that are in my life. Okay, so so that's your analysis which fuck off so that's no that's my analysis regards to jobber. Okay, my analysis in regards to the Browns. All right. Here's the thing about the Browns obj less. Always he had headlines Amy. Okay. This team has a boss ass offense page. There is no reason why they shouldn't be scoring touchdowns all the fucking time. I mean think about the players that they have Nick Chubb Fremont who both went off last night Jarvis Landry. I mean you couldn't get you can get that is a fantasy leagues dream right here, right? Yep. There is no reason why this team shouldn't be amazing because you know what their defense is really cool. Good to this team should be really competitive and making the playoffs and they're not understand now Grandma, who knows what's going to happen tell you what happened last night watching this game Baker Mayfield just he changed into a different person. Like when he like a human in a good way in a good way when he came off the field. He didn't go and sit down on the bench. He stood on the sidelines and watched his defense playing and then he I mean he rallied those guys. He was not going down to Joe burrow. I mean, you could totally he's like, there's no fucking way. This guy's going to show me up and there's no way I'm losing to the fucking bangles and you know what he totally carried his team. He really truly did stepped up it was offensive. Now if they can do that every single weekend this team is really like it has all the weapons that it takes to be a fantastic team which made me. Made me Ponder the fact that there's some teams that you just expect to lose and then there's some teams that you expect to win like the team's you expect to when you expect the steel real attacks right now. You expect the Cal you expect to win. You don't expect the Lions or the Bangles or the Browns. I mean the low-hanging fruit, you know, you don't expect those teams to win. So when they have when they have rosters long, the Browns have their own turning into a team that you they should be winning with what they have. So it sounds to me that the Browns are basically like if you're looking at it from a fantasy league point, it's the guy in league who basically cheese his way to get the best team because everybody else is internet either sucked or they were on auto draft or they forgot there was a draft right? That's the guy in the if you're equating it to a fantasy team roster birth. Okay. Number one. I liked it. You know I prematurely said shut up about the Cowboys cuz I thought you were going to say that you expect them to lose and I like that you're saying that you expect them to win because that's what you do you absolutely suck. Oh you that's what we do problem. That's where we are a we are an elite Lord team. Anyway, that's what you're going with I am. Well, I don't know the baker Mayfield is still a shitstain to me so good for him rallying his team. He's still a shitstain. I do love his Progressive commercials their home like the latest one. Yes. They are the latest one where he's like. Oh, it's getting ready to rain. Help me cover the furniture. And two guys like you mean the stance he's really good in those commercials. If you could only be as good a quarter as he is in those commercials. We would be set the dog pound would be set. Well, we are you a dog pound or now. I mean, I you know, I have a soft spot for the Browns just cuz they always lose. And ever since that movie came out draft day with Kevin Costner yet. Oh, I'm out. I'm done with you. done with you Amy. Your brown spot is showing. I know I know you know, I just I'm weird that way I don't understand it. Either it is I don't either try to figure you out every day and I just you know, I do too and since I'm like, oh I get myself today and then sometimes I'm like now he's nope don't understand myself today, but that's okay. That's most of us as well. Amy. So rest assured you're not in Company by yourself. I think it is twenty-twenty it is. Okay. Well that's sad because now Joe burrow Hollow be his name Falls 200 and two. Yeah, it does and but you know what this guy he's he's a good quarterback. He is is there he should be in his helmet I think time to get mr. Guys. Sometimes he tries to carry his offense which isn't great because then he gets pummeled by pencil like he got pummeled last night several times. Well, you sure. Why does LSU brain sure what he's trying to win? And I totally get it. But at the same time he needs careful because you know, oh, he's a starting quarterback in the NFL. Well getting them know and you just see a lot of what he was doing at LSU that worked and I think you know like every rookie has this learning curve right where you come out transition from college to the big leagues and it's like, oh, okay, it's funny cuz I was like really different style of football right? I said to Bruce last night. I'm like, surprised that they just threw this guy in the deep end. I mean they just started. Oh totally, I mean, they didn't granted he dangles. What else do they have? I'm. That's the problem. They don't have anything else but you know like places in my where to get backing up Fitzpatrick that makes sense. It makes sense for him to kind of, you know way into the NFL same thing with Dwayne Haskins, you know, he he was back up for a while until he kind of learned his name. Yeah, now Joe girl, man. They just threw him in the deep and they're like here you go, bro, you go bu. Yeah. Well, you know what gotta he is trying I mean, he's playing his ass off out there. No he is but he is and that's why I'm like super team Joe burrow like we gotta do this man. Like I'm telling you. It's the stogie. We'll do it get this guy that mean that you're a Bengals fan know how fucking no. No, I like. Oh bji in a Browns fan. I like Joe burrow Ina Bengals fan, you know, I will always bleed silver and blue Amy. That's the only color I would leave home. Anyway, let's move on to the Chiefs. Okay, love us and Pat Mahomes you love some Andy Reid do that cheaper mofo back, right? So Andy Reid's big old windshield mask that he had on. When was it last week? I can't remember. Yeah. We're only in week to segregated windshield wipers. Yeah, so people were like what the hell and so like it was fogging up. You couldn't see shit, but this may be a thing. This may be a thing coming to a coach near you because off on the first Sunday of the NFL season when this happened several coaches were seen either one not wearing masks or to not wearing them properly because the mask police were out and the league is not going to stand for that. It's currently vice president of football operations. Troy Vincent issued a memo this week saying protocol requires all individuals with bench area access including coaches and members of the club medical staff to wear face coverings at all times failure to adhere this requirement will result in accountability measures being imposed against offending individuals and or clubs. However, Amy, there is no word on what those accountability measures will be so that to me that phrase is what kind of sticks out to me. What does that mean? do you do find them? Probably I mean you can look dead. Here's the thing. They're coaching on the sidelines of talking into Mike's they have to be able bird they have to be able understood. It's really hard for all of the to happen on your face plus all these guys are around each other all the time. They're all you know, I practiced together around the field. They're hitting each other all in each other's faces, you know, I mean and how many people have tested positive since the start of season one? Yeah. They did a very good 2700 players so very good job with with that right off because like you said, they've been implementing measures. They've been following the rules, you know, they've been testing a lot, you know, we got into this, you know leading into this actual season. Jeez, how many coronavirus updates that we talked about on this podcast about hey, this is what the League's doing. This is what they're making them do kind of thing. So something is clearly working. It's really great to see that that's positive news that you know that they're only seeing that wage. Chat, I think I that they should I really think they should go with a handy read mask to be quite honest can still see the coaches face. The microphone can kind of be up underneath it. So they may be able to understand what the coaches saying and and you're shielded. You know, when somebody comes up to your face, you know, I mean, think that that's fine but having to wear them like when it's just, you know covering your face in your nose again, like it's hard for me to understand people when they're wearing a mask and talking to me. Yes, I mean, so imagine imagine being on the field the quarterback coaches saying the guys in booth coordinators up in the booth are trying to understand what the guys on the field coordinators on the field are trying to say, I mean, it's just it's a it's crazy. So it's a shitshow you gotta be able to walk. You gotta be able to your job. I would take that looking like I've got the windshield of a Camry in front of my face the whole time vs Lee having something on my mouth cuz that's frustrating me. Yeah. Give me the telephone number. Windshield all day long over the you know, suffocating face masks which by the way speaking of Tesla. Did you see that their reports of some them being janky like getting like parts that were like really cheap shity on some of the Tesla's that were falling apart marvelous. I know so yet twenty-twenty doesn't happen. Just wanted to put that in there for you. All right coming up next in offsides, you know fall like we said is upon us. Although you wouldn't know here in Texas. It's still like an anus outside but here's something for your home that will make it fall feel less anus e okay Mom handles some new ones that are coming out and they're actually already out and we'll explain to you with those candles our next. All right, let's get into offsides and we've got some candles to tell you about so Amy, yeah, you know football's back. So if you want to get a little piece so that game day experience at home along with fall. This might work. Okay. I know you love candles. There's a company that's owned by Anheuser-Busch call Babe wine. They just created three football scented candles one smells like an artificial turf field. Okay one smells like a Nachos not bad and one

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With Jockstrap-Scented Candles, Babe Wine Wants to Bring the NFL Home

Business Wars Daily

04:16 min | 2 years ago

With Jockstrap-Scented Candles, Babe Wine Wants to Bring the NFL Home

"Wouldn't want to spend twenty nine dollars on a candle that smells like a jockstrap well, plenty of people. But Hey, if that's your thing now you can babe wind. The official wine of the NFL has launched a line of Senate. Candles intended to bring the entire football experience including the locker room into your home. The twenty twenty NFL season kicked off last Thursday night, and with only a few exceptions, fans can't be there in person this year. So what better way to experience the joys of life football from the sweaty jock straps to the smell of overpriced eighteen dollar Nachos then to invest in Sports Senate Kennels at least. So goes the thinking of the marketing folks at bay wine babe is a can wine owned by anheuser Busch inbev parent company. Of Budweiser, when founder Josh Ostrovsky started the company back in Twenty fifteen it was his goal to make babe the bud light of the wine world know Somalia needed here guys behind the cheeky ads. Is a strategy intended to pump up online sales and the funny bones of Anheuser Busch's most coveted hard to win over market of millennials. As we've reported here before beer sales have been flat lining for some time younger drinkers in particular are increasingly turning the cocktails hard seltzer wine and wine spritzers although it's still the tiniest of all spirits, categories, sales of canned wine or bubbling over over the twelve months ending this June off premises canned wine sales grew by almost eighty percent according to Nielsen off premises. Sales are all those purchased outside bars and restaurants by the way clearly where all the action has been happening the last six months. All these stats are serious business for Babe wines huge parents searching as it is for ways to continue growing as its core product beer struggles. But let's go back to the locker room. Shall we examined the connection between Anheuser Busch's falling beer sales and candles that smell like musk and men's deodorant? Well, no one's buying the bud light of wine for the way it's grapes are grown now they're buying it 'cause babe wine is an instagram hit Ostrovsky is better known by his instagram handle the fat Jewish. He has ten million followers. The brand has one hundred, eighty thousand. So far Ostrovsky is nothing if not both funny and provocative, the brand partnered with dating out, bumble this summer to pay the moving costs to people sick of the X.'s they got stuck living with during the pandemic the two companies mocked up a bright pink truck emblazoned with the sign, your XS canceled babe and Bumbler here to help you move on literally. To enter the contest participants needed to what else tag themselves on the Instagram Post like the signature background in all of its ads, babes, stunts, or designed for instagram especially to attract younger women market anheuser-busch fervently wants to grow. If it's not obvious by now the candles themselves may makes some money. You can buy all three for sixty nine dollars, but they're primarily an attention getting device it to get you to stop scrolling in hit the buy button on a box of canned rose eh read or Pino Griego it's online marketing shrewd. You might say but it's not like babe wind has the wind can market to itself. There are at least one hundred brands of canned wine as makers scrambled to get a sip of this growing market while no single brand stands out as the most popular one that poses a challenge to babe wine is yes. Way Rosa like babe wine. Yes. Way Rosie was launched on Instagram in two thousand thirteen friends Eric Blumenthal and Nikki Hugo near started as an instagram account celebrating Rosie wine. Selling actual y came later the fashion editor and art director soon had a hit on their hands in twenty eighteen there bottled Rosa caught on at target just this year they began selling their grenache blandon Pastel pink cans. Yes Way Rosa doesn't have the NFL stamp of approval minds you but with almost no one in the stands that stadium branding is far less valuable than it would have been pre pandemic and that gives the women behind Guess Way Rosaiah a lot more runway. But they're going to have to come up with something pretty startling to steal attention back for turf, Nacho and. jockstrap scented candles.

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Nikola Badger electric truck reservations open

CNBC's Fast Money

08:10 min | 2 years ago

Nikola Badger electric truck reservations open

"Hot new electric vehicle maker. Nikola has been surging since it's June. Fourth debut up over seven percent next week could be a major moment of truth of the company joining us now is Trevor Milton, founder and Executive Chairman of Nikola Motors. Welcome back Trevor Great to speak with you. Mondays win reservations. Open up what you're expecting. Expecting a lot of fun and a lot of excitement, so we've all been waiting for this. For a long time Negro finally allows people to make paid reservations for the Nikola, Badger. It's the coolest. Truck pickup truck. The world's ever seen so Yeah, it's a big day on Monday on also those reservations turn into. Tickets for Nikola world happening December, when we show off the Badger, so it's just the next four or five months is just going to be an incredibly fun time you mentioned. It's the coolest pickup truck. The world has ever seen. The world hasn't seen it. Has It traveling I mean at what point will will the world actually see a truck and one that can operate as opposed to seeing mock mockup pictures because that's that's really the question for a lot of analysts and investors, they like the long-term vision they see the total addressable market is very large. The potential is very big, but then they go back to you. Guys have not made a truck yet. Well, we have made a truck. Actually meet the most advanced semi truck. The world's ever seen. We showed it off last year driving on fuel-cell, we made deliveries with anheuser. Busch these are big semi truck, so the technology's all done, which is now bringing it into the into the smaller market, and it's kind of fun I mean. Yeah, we haven't showed it off to the world, but that's the fun of it. The next four months everyone's gotta wait gotta get in line and Monday. The reservations open in December. They'll all get to see it in person so all the critics lot. Trucks. In December I understand that at unequal world. You're going to line this up against competitors. You might do a little I don't know racing or comparisons. Will it be operable in? December will actually be a truck that people be able to test drive. Who are there or that? You'RE GONNA. Actually drive onto the stage or or something to that effect. Oh, yeah. I'm probably going to rip up on whether it's ours or someone. Else's I can't promise you. WHO's is GonNa win, but I promise you is going to be a show, so yes, it will be operable in a bumper is coming off one of the vehicles, maybe even a whole rear end of a truck. I mentioned this because you had an interesting tweet. The June about Nikola world, not being a fake truck show, and there is a Bloomberg article article a couple of weeks ago, that that asserted that you had misled the audience back in two thousand sixteen when you were unveiling the Nikola one making references to a truck that was drivable when actuality it lacked parts that would enable it to operate at all. Are you suing Bloomberg over this, did you? Did you not make those comments? Was it in fact, this sort of a fake truck show in two thousand sixteen. Knows a total hit. Job Is really sad. I talked with him before he even had the cloud, it was all recorded. He refuses to release. The recording. Any would show the world the truth. I mean the answer was as every part on that truck was functionable. We just didn't feel safe driving. And at that time that was our first chuck what four or five years ago? Ago It was all operable, but it wasn't really that safe like it could have killed someone in the audience. We didn't know we are new. And so all the parts were there, though even took him out and showed them on the table, the people and and so it's kind of sad that I think it was just. It was just a hit job. Someone wanted clicks. Just, wasn't that cool, but that's okay I mean it comes with the territory when you're when you're coming out here with this kind of valuation and excitement, everyone always targeting for you and I. I kind of laughed with them as I said look, there's a lot of things you can hit me on. This is one that's kind of crazy. Because that's five years ago and the people there Oh tell you everyone there. We actually talked about it at the show so sure why he picked that. That fight okay, so between now and December thirty th when when Nikola world happens, you're asking investors to basically say we believe you in terms of your timeframes for delivering these vehicles whether it'd be the Nikola one or the Badger. We believe you in terms of the reservations turning into actual actual orders. What can you tell us? Though in terms of tangible progress towards meeting production targets whether it be who partnered with for the Badger or what what stage you are in the manufacturing process. Yes. We've got a couple of big cities going on over the next four or five months giving a lot of comfort to people one is we ever factory in Germany with the BECO-? We did a joint venture with them. We have the first ever zero emission semi truck coming off the assembly line right now, handbuilt units. I'll be taking videos of those. Showing some testing of those to the world as well over the next day following months. That'd be a Lotta Fun. The badger will be leaking videos to the public as well when they're. You know it's all about the leader. I mean the four months. All the way into. I guess our many months until December that leading into that as the excitement, so we don't want to give it all the way at once, but we'll be announcing who build Nikola Badger with us in the next couple of months. I'm on how many reservations we have the open Monday this Monday eleven o'clock eastern all that Nikola Badger reservations open up so people can get in line with them and they. They also get a ticket to Nikola world, so there's GonNa. Be a lot of data leak videos I've done if you follow me in the last few days, I've done on our battery technology wherever the only submerge battery technology really out there. That's really really danced pretty awesome. Idea deals on that Beatles are infotainment system. All these systems that people thought were fake, and so it's just kind of cool to like. Kind of fun to prove the critics on a little bit every time, not just give everything away in one day you. Can See Trevor that proving the critics wrong involves actually not just making videos and talking about these fantastic technologies, but actually putting them to work, so there's a little bit of skepticism amongst critics at this point, because everything or many things that you're promising are still promises even though they are, they are there and they're. They're promising technologies. I WanNa ask you about what has pressured the stock in recent days, and that is a registration of warrants on file with the SEC is expected to become effective in the coming days I. Don't know if you have any comment as to win. You expect that to happen because that could be a major overhang for the stock jp P.. Morgan is estimating in its initiated notes that that can mean tens of millions of shares coming to market of Nikola. y'All to answer the best. TRUMP SEC so ultimately, you're warrants that are gonNA come in, and once those are approved by the year with our ask finally. We're waiting on the SEC to give one approval that could take anywhere from a couple weeks to months. No one has any time line on that because it's the SEC, and so it's kind of interesting. A lot of people are putting articles out there that all these shares are hitting, and it's not even true is not accurate. Some will eventually shares come online. People bought shares Dave the desert on. But we don't know when they're gonNA. Come in when they do. Come. Most of these share folders that we have our long-term shareholders. They're like you know what I have. No desire to sell minutes for the long run. There are some that will cause. The value is increased so much that they're required to sell some of their portfolio because they can one item that much value in a portfolio so I. Guess that's the that's the. Punishment for doing really well, so some will sell some, but other people will buy, so it's just a stock market. That's how it goes. Travers speak with you. We hope we'll talk to you again and keep us informed on on. How are you can give us a number? On Monday. Monday because we'll be getting all that data in we'll see it depends on depends on all the data, but I will be given out some information coming after that after that day of just not sure win because it just. Data look far to trevor thank you. Trevor Milton of. All Right Guy, what do you think? I was absent that day in high school. We did the periodic table, so I'm not familiar with the properties of hydrogen, but what I will say is J. P.. Morgan just initiated with a forty five dollars price target and feels like that's where the stock is going to go. This could very well be be K.. Put It in the draw stock much like Tesla was literally have ten seconds. Would you say it's put in the door, vk? I would absolutely not. It's not a putting the dry. Thank God. Trevor's very enthusiastic and probably the best salesperson his company could. Could ask for

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Super Bowl Commercials in 2020 and Who's Buying Them

Dave Plier

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Super Bowl Commercials in 2020 and Who's Buying Them

"Now some advertisers are making the Superbowl debut with Facebook and homeless brand sabar joining regulars like Anheuser Busch avocados from Mexico and Pepsi in all this the game is also gonna get political this year with president Donald Trump Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg's presidential campaigns buying sixty second ads tech companies are making their mark like Facebook Google Microsoft and Amazon are airing commercials so tonight we're gonna take a little preview at this your spots

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IBM's Ginni Rometty is stepping down as CEO

Squawk Pod

03:50 min | 3 years ago

IBM's Ginni Rometty is stepping down as CEO

"In corporate news. IBM says its longtime CEO. Genie is stepping down effective April. Sixth Rometty has served in that role since two thousand and twelve eight years Arvind Krishna. I know it's been tapped as her successor. IBM says remedy will remain executive chairman through the end of the year the stock rising on the news. Oh here's a look at how. IBM shares have performed under remedies tenure. In the eight years but she will have been there through that time under the during that time we could see right there. It's down by about about twenty three percents it's been a a saga and it involved. It involved massive turnaround people like Warren Buffett. Who probably I believe when he was in the stock and I I've had some other people? I guess I won't go into people that all along said look. The revenue is not is not rising zing. And it's not goodbye hit other people and I think Jeff's Asana thought it was gonNA come out and make the case. It was very difficult to position. IBM for the future is in a difficult spot. Somebody said to me you didn't think about it. Initially someone said Oh. Is this a laugh glass cliff situations and I said I don't think so from you know they talk about. Sometimes when women are put in positions of companies how position on fixable position with Yahoo far they wrote articles about Mary Barra being put in this position. GM borrows done very well or this is at the time when she got the job. You would have never known how difficult it was ask. Because their predecessors appeared to be rockstars and yet they really left her holding the bag the whole time was trying to get rid of what she called. The was at the calories Sir revenues revenue that was not profitable and that was not going to be. This isn't even trying to transition like a Microsoft future. which was when did that camera? Nineteen eighty eighty or something this the fifties and sixties in big blue and John Acres and it had had to be repositioned a couple of times. Already Gerstner I had to come in Palmisano. Had to come in and turn it around so I mean have. IBM to even know what it is anymore. How about digital equipment? Anyone remember member digital equipment. How about data general about signed computer? How about what was that? Novell remember the biggest high flier in the world was novell and they're just totally elite. It's been tough and there are some people that think with Whiter. Seren Red Hat. Maybe it's position well for the future so I don't think we can. We can talk. I take away. Yes sharing that in Sonnenfeldt said that's not the first time journal says that's an interesting issue but how to measure her tenure. You're by the way you should. I mean you probably have the same emails than I did. There's so many people in the CEO Community who love her Jamie diamond. Tim Cook I mean the list goes on and on I think talking do. She's on the show. This is round table with Jamie but in terms of measuring her legacy legacy. You're either gonNA say she kept the company alive at a time when it was a real struggle or if you if you have a less generous view she didn't do what you what could have done so counterfactual I mean you really have to think you're in a position to take one of these legacy company that has a mainframe in frame or whatever it was. There's a lot of examples of companies that do something in the old days. They didn't become facebook Google. They didn't become even Microsoft. They didn't try new. Oh companies seem to take that man with guys in the guys in their garage. Just tell del there in the garage and they figure it all out under subtly. It's even better than the previous thing and even have. IBM still around in playing in the cloud as a viable competitor. And I don't know I don't know how to measure.

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Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

"Fan Heiser bush's buying out the rest of the Portland brewing company that it doesn't already own this deal values craft brew alliance of over three hundred twenty million dollars that's expected to close sometime next year and has a bush says craft brew alliances portfolio breweries is an excellent complement to its family of craft Parker's craft brewers associates has brands including cold red hook and Widmer

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Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

The Opening Bell

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

"Morning news about Anheuser Busch buying out the rest of Portland's brewing company based brewing company that doesn't already own the craft brew alliance deals worth over three hundred twenty million dollars expected to close sometime next year and hide your bush says CBS portfolio breweries and lifestyle brands is an excellent complement to its family of craft partners CBS portfolio includes companies such as Connor red hook and Widmer

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Today's Top Business News

Bloomberg Best

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Today's Top Business News

"I'm dead prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York let's check this hour's top business stories in the markets the U. S. says Chinese vice premier Leo we'll be in the U. S. early next month for trade talks treasury secretary Stephen Yushin made the announcement in Houston also said the visit to American farmers by a Chinese delegation will be rescheduled after being abruptly cancelled late last week at the same time we are told China is buying nine hundred thousand tonnes of U. S. soy Facebook has agreed to acquire the start up control labs the company build software to let people control a digital avatar using only their thoughts we are told Facebook is paying anywhere between five hundred million to a billion dollars board members of we work are considering calling for the ouster of company C. E. O. Adam Newman we're told the board is expected to discuss the prospect as soon as this week apple said the next version of its high end macbook pro desktop computer will be assembled in Texas this move came after the company received terror of waivers from the U. S. on key components. Anheuser Busch InBev has priced the Hong Kong initial public offering of its Asian unit at twenty seven Hong Kong dollars apiece this is at the bottom end of the market

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AB InBev pulls Budweiser listing, canceling year's largest IPO

Face the Nation

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

AB InBev pulls Budweiser listing, canceling year's largest IPO

"Equity analysts say Anheuser Busch InBev his decision to scrap what was slated to be the year's largest IPO is a bad sign for the pace of its debt reduction and future emanate Macquarie calls it a meaning fully negative development the world's biggest brewer said Friday that it had decided not to proceed with an IPO of its Asia Pacific unit citing market conditions AB InBev the U. S. depositary receipts fell three percent on that news in Friday afternoon

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Why Doesn't Alcohol Have Nutrition Labels?

BrainStuff

05:30 min | 3 years ago

Why Doesn't Alcohol Have Nutrition Labels?

"Today's episode is brought to you by Oregon. You know, when something goes wrong at home, and you just freak out, I have definitely had my moments especially when it comes to pests ants in the mirror. Nara, cockroaches hanging out around your bubble bath and uninvited rat, a your daughter's birthday party. Don't let pests ruin the moment, get an organ tech out to your house tomorrow. Bill, protect your time and your temper. Visit organ dot com slash brain to save fifty dollars on your first general pest service with the promo code pod. Fifty. That's P, O, D, five zero Orkan home is where the bugs aren't. Welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel, bam here if you feel like you can't even consider consuming a candy bar without being confronted with its chlorine content. You're right. The same thing goes for just about every piece of packaged food you see in stores, plus every bottled canned or carton beverage a nutrition facts label depicts detailed info on the amounts of fat sugar. Sodium and more found inside. But while your favorite breakfast, cereals sodas and sandwich fixings are subject. This type of in-your-face transparency, you may have noticed that booze is typically off the hook residing behind fact labels. So what gives the answer lies in the powers that be while the food and Drug administration or FDA regulates the safety of you guessed it food, including non alcoholic beverages? It doesn't govern the alcohol industry that honor belongs to the alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau or TB an agency that doesn't require labeling while beer wine and spirits companies aren't league. Alie mandated to print, the nutritional info on their products. Consumer advocates have been calling for the TB to change that. And it has sort of in twenty thirteen the agency made nutrition labels optional for alcohol, but somehow, experts don't feel the move was bold enough Johns Hopkins public health researcher Sarah Blake told vox in two thousand fifteen many adults take in a tremendous amount of calories from alcohol, and they have no idea. She should know her work revealed that the average American regularly consumes four hundred calories a day from alcohol alone. A pint of PA contains about two hundred fifty calories a glass of red wine has about one hundred twenty five and a shot of liquor has about one hundred. The reasons behind the disparity in label requirements between the FDA and t t b goes back to prohibition when the ban on the production and distribution of alcohol in America came to an end congress passed the alcohol administration act of nineteen thirty five which eventually led to the establishment of the t b but its rules around labeling have historically been a bit. Messy substances. The people might be sensitive to, like, sulfites have to be labelled, but other ingredients, do not wines, contain fourteen percent, alcohol, or more have to display alcohol content while wines from seven to fourteen percent. Don't have to list, alcohol content, if they're considered light or table. Oh and wines with less than seven percent alcohol. Those aren't regulated by the TB at all. Those are under the jurisdiction of the FDA, and so they're required to display nutrition facts. Labels confusing. Isn't it? A few brands corona light, Guinness Heineken, and course, light do put calories and some nutrition information though. Not the ingredients on their bottles, or packaging, but it's typically very small print or hard to find you might even have to look on the bottom of the six pack to find it who looks their Bud Light on the other hand began voluntarily including obvious, leibels listing its beers calories fat carbohydrates and protein per serving, as well as other ingredients in February of two thousand nineteen since then and Heiser Bush's added similar labeling to some of its other Bud Light line beers, including Bud Light lime, Bud Light orange, and Bud Light lemon tea change is brewing though. At least in the beer industry industry leaders, including Anheuser Busch Miller Coors, Heineken USA constellation brand beer, division, North American breweries and craft brew lions which together produce more than eighty one percent of the volume of beer, sold in the United States have agreed to voluntarily displayed nutrition facts by twenty twenty. Today's episode was by Michelle Constantinople ski and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works ruinous lots of other well labeled topics. Visit our home planet has two forks dot com and for more podcasts from my heart radio, visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts, wherever you listen to your favorite shows. This week on ephemeral. You do the math. I think they're two million plus spreads of our work in the collection. I don't even think about brain can hold them. Any emphasis tough to comprehend it. And we got four thousand every year I didn't really as much. To intellectual passions as a teenager, and they were crossed puzzles, and chess. So I thought I would love to be able to be a Professional Chess player or cross greater for a living. I tried chest but by age fifteen or so was clear. I was not going to be the next Bobby Fisher. So I thought, well, okay. Maybe, maybe I'll be the Bobby Fisher us. 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Lets Get Crafty: Boston Beer Buys Dogfish Head

Business Wars Daily

04:35 min | 4 years ago

Lets Get Crafty: Boston Beer Buys Dogfish Head

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one day, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday may twenty-first these days, it's not easy being a beermaker craft beers have become victims of their own success. The fizzy artisanal stuff is become so popular that being a beer, entrepreneurs, practically an occupational category of its own craft beer battles are enough to send any beer company, owner to drink. You saw that one coming, right? Especially nowadays, because beer-drinking is actually well shrinking, which brings us to the latest in craft beer collaboration, Boston beer, the company behind Sam Adams is buying dogfish head ale for three hundred million dollars, but this acquisition is not actually about the bruise, according to Boston beer, founder, Jim cook beer sales are losing market share to wine and hard liquor. According to the beer institute, so savvy brewers like Boston beer are turning to alter. Unitive 's although sales of its flagship beverage, Boston lager, fell by double digits last year, apparently customers were pounding down. It's hard cider in spike seltzer. Now cook is thinking ahead trying to figure out not what next year's beverages should be. But what the next decades drinks should be. That's where dogfish head founder, Sam Kelly. Joni comes in. It looks like coke wanted Caledonia's well known creativity just as much as dogfish is successful sour beers. And as why for two reasons, actually, I because the seven thousand strong craft beer market is unlikely to get any less competitive second because big beer has been buying its way into the microbrews market since twenty eleven bud. Light maker Anheuser-Busch has been on a buying spree acquiring. At least ten brewers from coast to coast. Today, the king of beers is the country's largest craft brewer believe it or not for the owner. Her of Sam Adams that kind of competition calls for innovation and dogfish. Head's Cal Joni has a reputation for quirky creativity. He started dogfish years ago, making beer out of overripe cherries in a homemade still in his dorm room. He's out on a limb enough that a two thousand eight New Yorker profile of him featured, a photo of the entrepreneur, apparently naked sitting in a beer barrel. Plastered with mash, the picture suggests who knows exactly what he'll come up with next that out of the barrel. Thinking is just what Boston beers cook is making a bet on he wants called Cal Joni. Fearless as Boston beer faces competition from above Anheuser Busch. And from below bows. Crappier makers a little fearlessness could go a long way. From what we, this is business wars daily era in history. This much Cesca. Well, what about yours truly see if you're learning something every day listening to us, give us a rating in a review on apple podcasts and watch out for beer wars over on business? Thanks bunch. I'm David Brown. We'll see tomorrow. Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Corngate Update: MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Lies

Business Wars Daily

04:59 min | 4 years ago

Corngate Update: MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Lies

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this March twenty ninth and it's Friday perhaps time for a beer after work. But before you reach for that icy golden ale, you might have had 'cause recently to wonder what's in this stuff. Exactly. And if you have perhaps it's for reason Anheuser Busch, which makes bud and Bud Light wants you to be wondering ever since the Super Bowl. The company's been calling a lot of attention to one ingredient. It claims is in the beer of its rival Miller Coors during the Super Bowl Anheuser Bud Light brand ran three ads claiming Miller lite and cores light. Beers contain corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup. Here's a clip from bud lights, add special delivery. King. This corn syrup was just livered. Let's not ours. We don't prove like with corn syrup corn syrup. Does take it to them at once. Horn syrup. That's the ingredient we've all been avoiding and everything but beer for the last several years. It's inclusion on a list of ingredients practically spells bad for you processed foods on Twitter. It's been likened to poison and it certainly not known as a beer ingredient. And it is not Miller Coors says vehemently last week. It sued Anheuser Busch for what it says it's false and misleading advertising. The suit asks for monetary damages and for Anheuser Busch to stop the campaign and produce what it calls corrective advertising while it admits to using corn syrup to aid the fermentation process. Miller Coors denies that. The ingredient is actually in the stuff you drink and it wants an Heiser Bush to stop running ads that Miller Coors argues are outright lies for its part and Heiser Bush says is just calling for ingredient transparency responding to the lawsuit. Bud Light maker said its campaign is truthful and that middle cores has admitted to using corn syrup officials from the company told at age magazine that they stand behind the campaign and have no intention of changing it the whole brew ha ha has been nicknamed corn gate, the companies continue to unleash a volley of ads attacking each other volley that's become faster and faster as each response to the other. Whatever happens in court, though, may miss the point see both brands have been falling lately with Bud Light sales declining to three times as much as Miller Coors. According to a trade publication called beer marketer's insights, maybe the two historic rivals should save their breath and stop battling so hard with each other. Instead, perhaps they should throw their resources at their bigger competitors. The entire world of frapp, Bruce. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton. Grant McQuillan is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown CNN tweak. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash be w daily again get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash VW daily.

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MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over Bud Light corn syrup ad

Jim Bohannon

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over Bud Light corn syrup ad

"Place the beer wars between Miller Coors. And Anheuser Busch is going to court Miller Coors, assuming its top competitor in federal court for the ads Anheuser Busch has been running since the Super Bowl regarding the use of corn syrup Miller. Core says the ants are intended to frighten. It's Miller lite users to switch the Bud Light over a misleading. Claim that corn syrup in the fermentation process

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For Bud Light, A War Between Taste and Calories

Business Wars Daily

04:43 min | 4 years ago

For Bud Light, A War Between Taste and Calories

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Friday February first happy Super Bowl weekend. Everyone the Super Bowl is of course, a celebration of spiking smashing and snacking. But this Sunday as you Nahshon, nachos and toast. Your team Anheuser Busch hopes you'll take a moment to consider the calories in your beer. Yes. You heard that? Right. The makers of Bud Light are voluntarily adding nutrition labels to their brews in an effort to flaunt the one advantage. They think they have over craft beers low calories and the label will show off something else. The company's proud of a short list of what it claims her high quality ingredients for far too long people have been less to wonder what ingredients are in their view as your leader. That handsome leader. I put an ingredients label on every case of Bud Light this way. The people will be sure that the kingdom's favorite light lager is brewed with the finest ingredients. It was really great. Did you get that supposed to be writing that? Now, it wasn't until twenty sixteen that brewers began putting ingredient labels on beer, and even then the voluntary lists weren't comprehensive. Now. Anheuser Busch is posting a more thorough label on Bud Light more like the USDA required. Labels on packaged foods in hopes that you'll trade in say a bottle of bell breweries to hearted craft beer at two hundred twelve calories for a one hundred ten calorie, Bud Light. Will it make any difference to its sales though, it could there's growing evidence that drinkers just like eaters are getting more health conscious Michelob ultra low calorie beer also from Anheuser Busch. Druids sales by sixteen percent. Twenty eighteen one of only two major beers to do. So the other was Maddelo Mexican beer. Now also owned by Anheuser Busch. Craft beers have been taking more and more of the market, but the health trans even applies to drinkers who prefer that beer which typically runs between two hundred and three hundred calories per bottle and craft brewers are paying attention dogfish head craft brewery, the twelfth largest craft brewer in the nation is releasing a ninety five calorie beer called slightly mighty. I ta made with monk fruit to give it body. So what do you say? Would you cheer on your team with a monk fruit based beer and say celery sticks? Well on Sunday. We'll find out which will win the patriots or the Rams or perhaps a robust frapp beer versus low calorie brew. From wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grant, they're edited by Emiko Lynn, Jenny lower bagman. Our editor and producer our executive producers marshal Louis created by non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. CNN? This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a semi pro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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