The Aflac Duck is a real duck, which began appearing company advertisements in 1999 for the American Family Life Assurance Co. in Columbus. His quack isn’t real.
Captain Morgan is a brand of flavored rums, named after the 17th-century Welsh privateer of the Caribbean, Sir Henry Morgan. It serves as it’s logo and it’s mascot created in the early 1980’s.
Chester Cheetah is a fictional character and the official mascot for Frito-Lay's Cheetos brand snacks as well as Chester's Snacks which consists of flavored fries, popcorn and puffcorn.
Colonel Sanders is best known for creating a fried chicken recipe that would launch the world's largest fast-food chicken chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken. He As a symbol of the KFC brand — A fictionalized Colonel Sanders has repeatedly appeared as a mascot in KFC's advertising and branding.
The mascot of Cocoa Puffs, was introduced in 1962. The cartoon mascot of the General Mills breakfast cereal Cocoa Puffs
The Most Interesting Man in the World was an advertising campaign for beer. A golden pilsner-style beer made from pure spring water and the choicest hops.
Bunny is the marketing mascot of Energizer batteries in North America. It is a pink mechanical toy rabbit wearing sunglasses and blue and black striped flip-flops that beats a bass drum bearing the Energizer logo.
Is the head elf and the friendliest of the bunch. The elves have appeared in countless television advertisements throughout the years, shown baking their unique products.
Was founded in 1903 in Le Sueur, Minnesota. It used the brand name "Le Sueur Z" for canned vegetables starting in 1903; "Le Sueur" by itself was first used in 1933.
A red and white cow depicted as being jovial, and almost always wearing ear tags that look like the round boxes the cheese comes in. On April 16, 1921, Léon Bel trademarked his brand, as La Vache Qui Rit, in France
An American humor magazine founded in 1952 by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines, launched as a comic book series before it became a magazine.
Tyre Man is the official mascot of the tyre company. His Real Name is Bibendum. A humanoid figure consisting of stacked white tyres, it was introduced at the Lyon Exhibition of 1894 where the brothers had a stand.
Is a brand name and mascot, owned by the American company Procter & Gamble, used for an all-purpose cleaner and later also for a melamine foam abrasive sponge. "There's no clean like Mr. ___
Was first introduced as a chocolate powder mix in 1948, with the ready-to-drink formula following in 1983. Its famous bunny brand mascot, Quiky, made his television debut in 1973, and has had a big hand in helping to make chocolate milk s
Mario is widely considered to be the most famous video game character in history, and has been called an icon of the gaming industry.
Is an advertising mascot for the Pillsbury Company, appearing in many of their commercials.
The mascot – also known by the name Julius Pringles – has found himself with some new eyebrows and a smoother moustache, even if it has come at the price of his hair.
Is the mascot of the board game of Monopoly. He is depicted as a portly old man with a moustache who wears a morning suit with a bowtie
are the cartoon mascots of Rice Krispies, a brand of breakfast cereal marketed by Kellogg's.
Was an advertising figure and mascot for Taco Bell from September 1997 to July 2000. She was voiced by Carlos Alazraqui, and developed by TBWA.
Ss the cartoon toucan mascot for Froot Loops breakfast cereal. The character has been featured in advertising since 1963.
The focus of the store changed in June 1957, and dedicated exclusively to toys rather than furniture, was opened by Lazarus in Rockville, Maryland. Lazarus
The name of a fictional character, first used in 1946, as a reference to an African-American Texan rice farmer.