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Watch the extended version of the HEINZ Ketchup Game Day 2016 commercial “Wiener Stampede” starring the full Heinz family.

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There comes a time in every wiener dog’s life when you look in the full length doggy mirror and ask yourself, am I going to be a plain old boring hot dog forever? 69 more words


Heinz Has A Hit With Its Wiener Stampede Super Bowl Commercial

Ads with dogs tend to be very popular (provided that they also don’t have Sarah McLachlan). The reason is quite simple: dogs are cute. I’m fairly certain people will love “Wiener Stampede”, Heinz’s Super Bowl spot showcasing a bunch of hot dogs and costumed people dressed as condiments to put on them. 26 more words

Watch an Adorable Stampede of Wiener Dogs in Heinz's Super Bowl 50 Commercial

Dressed as hot dogs, a pack of pint-sized pups make a sprint for the condiments they can’t live without in Heinz’s Super Bowl 50 ad. 137 more words

Heinz Has Already Won The Super Bowl With This 'Wiener Stampede' Commercial

T.J. Miller previously stated that his upcoming Shock Top ad was “the greatest Super Bowl commercial of all-time,” but imma stop you right there, T.J., because Heinz has just debuted their 2016 Super Bowl offering, “Wiener Stampede.” Like any good Super Bowl commercial, the spot — which features a pack of hot dog costume-wearing wiener dogs racing through a field toward people dressed as Heinz’ various ketchup and mustard varieties — has little to do with the actual product itself. 75 more words


When did you join Heinz? 

4th June 1979.

What was the best piece of advice you’ve received in your career?

Trust but verify, don’t take anything for granted. 288 more words


#MeettheKetchups Kraft Heinz Returns To Super Bowl Advertising

“Kraft Heinz is returning to the Big Game with a new, 30-second television commercial for the Heinz brand – and this time, they’re bringing the whole family.  72 more words

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