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usatoday.com - 42 readers - Krispy Kreme apologized after a store in Hull, England, advertised a program for customers called KKK Wednesday.
theguardian.com - 10 readers - Hull, UK, branch of popular doughnut chain apologises for ‘inappropriate’ promotion of ‘Krispy Kreme Klub Wednesdays’ over Ku Klux Klan connotation
foxnews.com - 13 readers - A UK Krispy Kreme branch apologized for a promotion created to draw more kids into its store during Britain's half-term, a short holiday for students in the middle of each three periods into which the school year is divided.
csmonitor.com - 11 readers - Krispy Kreme is apologizing this week for a ‘KKK Wednesday’ promotion planned by one of its franchise owners in Britain. KKK, of course, is most widely known as shorthand for the Ku Klux Klan, but this Krispy Kreme was not organizing a white supremacist rally.
consumerist.com - 12 readers - Bud Light continues to creep people out with the implied lechery of its "up for whatever" marketing campaign. The latest apparent gaffe from the country's most popular watery beer is a tagline remi...
newyorker.com - 11 readers - The real culprit behind the automaker’s woes may be the nature of engine technology itself.