Chock full o'Nuts – It's That Heavenly Coffee

Chock full o’Nuts was chock full o’Fun!

It’s a slow moving day.  I’ve got work to do.  When I feel this way, I don’t wanna move.  I turn on the TV and try to watch the news, but the world seems the same, so I’ll turn on the brew.  Simultaneously smooth and strong; all of the colors along with temptation of falling into another cup.  Chock full o’Nuts is how heaven wakes up.

In a fun contest to choose the best coffee to write a jingle for, Chock full o’Nuts fans proved to have the most loyalty, scoring two-thirds of the votes.  So we set out to have some fun in the studio and made a nice little video to go along with it.  It was especially fun when the Chock full o’Nuts marketing department sent us some coffee and a personal thanks.  I must say that we did brew some Chock in the studio that day!  Why did we do this?  Why not?!  The funny thing is, when I told Starbucks about this they wrote a nasty form letter back saying they would not participate in any solicitation.  Weird… this was just a fun thing to do.  Chock full o’Nuts actually posted the contest on their Facebook wall, leading them to victory and new customers!  I honestly had never heard of Chock full o’Nuts before I did this contest (I’m from the Chock-less south), but now I can say I enjoy their coffee!   

 

Chock full o'Nuts

2 Comments

  1. Alicia Beale June 22, 2012 11:22 am Reply

    LOL! Andrew, this is awesome! Nice meeting you yesterday at the pool. You and your friends are fun; I really enjoyed shooting the bull with y’all.

    • andrewmcgee June 22, 2012 11:25 am Reply

      Thanks 🙂 Nice meeting you, too! We’ll see ya around soon!

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  • About Andrew McGee

    I am from a small town in northwest Florida where I spent my formative years studying music and eventually attending college for Integrated Marketing and Communication Studies. In 2008 after moving to Nashville to be closer to the music industry, I realized I liked working in web communications. Always having a knack for storytelling, I began seeking opportunities to help small business owners with their online goals, and developed skills to communicate comfortably with clients while executing technically advanced tasks. I earnestly connect with people and enjoy taking the time to patiently explain complex, technical solutions to people who are justifiably more focused on running their whole business and less focused on the tedious details of digital.