Due to recessionary concerns, the Kellogg Company has asked it’s Kellogg’s ® division to recycle some of their old cereal box designs due to the unexpected layoff of their entire marketing department. John Harvey Kellogg VI ® the great great grandson of the company’s founder created this design at his Battle Creek, MI ® home. Kellogg, a marketing novice, decided to capitalize on nostalgia and rejuvenate the classic 70’s mascot Big Yella by giving him a golden toothed grill. Kellog explains, “The mascot is new, the cereal is new. Just look at those Pops now. Everyone was always complaining how they were rotting teeth out and marketing changed the name from Sugar Pops, to Sugar Corn Pops, and finally to Corn pops. It’s ridiculous. Now that those marketing losers are at home collecting unemployment where they belong, I’m putting things right.”
Look for Gold Tooth Crunch later this month at your local grocer.