Cat Gets the Cream with Mackie’s Scooping Sweet Media Coverage
Friday, February 9th, 2018
on behalf of Mackie's of Scotland
Haggis Ice Cream is a Hit Across all Forms of Media, thanks to Food and Drink PR
CELEBRATING Rabbie Burns, Mackie’s of Scotland developed a limited edition haggis and marmalade ice cream for Burns Day, which was piped from Aberdeen’s Marischal College through front doors of Mackie’s flagship ice cream parlour – 19.2.
The ice cream was a big media success, with three newspaper hits, nine online features and a local radio station running the story. Together, this coverage gained a reach of 737,471. Social media also went crazy for the sweet treat, with tweets from well followed users celebrity tweets and forums going into overdrive.
Coverage highlights included:
– Tweets from popular blogger Lotty Earns (29.4k) and Trainspotting actor Kevin McKidd (13.8k), with McKidd also posting on Facebook
– Printed in the well circulated Daily Record and Evening Express
– Online coverage from STV, the Sunday Post, the Herald, Scottish Field and the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce
– Strong presence on the North Eastern news cycle, with multiple mentions on North Sound radio as well as print and online coverage through the Evening Express
– The story was discussed at length on popular online forum Reddit
An exciting story like this needs to reach a large audience across important publications, so we were proud to get Mackie’s on the public’s radar, creating excitement and buzz about their controversial Burns-themed flavour.
Not only does the coverage we secure reach and create a potential customer base, but it also highlights the company’s ability to engage across all forms of media, portraying Mackie’s of Scotland as a leading brand in the food and drink industry.
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