Brand Names Don’t Always Travel


Friday 06 June, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Every country has its own brand names, and some are used internationally too. But ever so often, one has to wonder if some consulting branding specialist had a sense of humour 😀

This is a sun umbrella found on a beach the other day. The brand is for a make of ice-cream. Okkkk, no problem here.



Now look closer at the brand label of the actual umbrella… oops.



So there is a brand of Snot Umbrellas??

As Sir George Takai would say, “Oh my!”


10 thoughts on “Brand Names Don’t Always Travel

  1. But I still don’t understand why Marathon had to become Snicker?


  2. fredrieka says:

    Snot likely we will use their product unless the have tissues woof


  3. Dragnfli says:

    You know, if the snot is flying, an umbrella is not a bad idea…

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