With Christmas creeping right up around the corner, all big brand names are racking their brains up (or rather shaking things up with their advertising agencies) about their marketing game plan. And Raaw Foods is going mobile this year. The Non-GMO verified fruit and vegetable company just announced their new tie-up with America’s Got Talent inger, Cas Haley for their Christmas promotion.
Cas Haley who lives in a small community in Paris, Texas as of todate proclaims his undying love for fresh juice even when he and his troop is touring the country. With the Strawberry Purple Carrot fresh fruit juice from Raaw Foods being his favorite, it is only ‘natural’ that Raaw is now offering its consumers and the fans to download a free Christmas song from Cas Haley, Gifts to Give, when they buy the fresh fruit juice and scan a QR Code.
Executive Vice President of Raaw Foods said that they have been looking around for a good partnership with a good singer-songwriter since the launch of Playlight Live during a Youtube conference and that the timing was perfect when they found that Cas Haley was willing to do the promotion with them because they are each others’ mutual fans. It is always great to partner up with people who like what you do, I think and so, this news is really fantastic news. Even then, Paul Gregg went on to say that like their fresh fruit juices, Cas is Rawsome!
All this while Cas Haley’s been touring around the country and in between them, he spends time creating new music and performing and appearing in local radio shows and morning news television.
Cas said that he loves making his own fresh fruit juice but things are difficult when you are consistently on the move. Even when you are home, I think, juicing is sometimes a bit of a chore, therefore, chances are, we put it off or just grab something which is already ready to drink and bottled up.
In the meantime, Raaw Foods has always worked hard to bring consumers fresh juice but also to offer them unique combination of flavors and vegetables. Their focus has always been natural fruit juice that comes as close to juicing them yourself.
So, with this tie-up, whenever you buy the Strawberry Purple Carrot flavor fruit juice from Raaw Foods, you can scan a small QR Code on the bottles which will bring you to a site where you can download Cas Haley’s Gifts to Gift down to your mobile phone or device.
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