How Brands Celebrated Pi Day

As today marks the Pi Day of the century (3.14.15), it’s not surprising that this would be one of the most trending topics on social media today. And of course brands are celebrating this big day on social as well. Here is how some of the big brands are showing their Pi Day spirit:

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It’s only natural that pizza brands would take advantage of the prominent Pi[e] Day, and Pizza Hut is no different. Using an image of a delicious-looking pizza with pepperonis forming the shape of π to send out its Pi Day message on Facebook, Pizza Hut also took this chance to appeal today’s gluten-conscious consumers. Since they now offer a gluten-free pizza in select stores around the U.S., it only made sense to ask those “gluten haters” to celebrate Pi Day with them.

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Barefoot took to Facebook to share its Pi Day spirit as well. Known for their wine-themed play on words, Barefoot asked fans if they were also celebrating the day with some “πnot Noir.”

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McDonald’s stayed true to it’s “lovin’” message and focused on its classic Baked Apple Pie.

Screen Shot 2015-03-14 at 8.16.19 PMDunkin’ Donuts also kept it very product-focused, promoting its “Boston Kreme Pi” donut.

Many other brands of this variety took to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more to send out their “Pi Day” messages to consumers, but what about those non-food related brands who don’t have as strong of a link to the “pie” aspect of it all? Well, here’s an example of a brand outside of the food industry who joined in on the conversation:Screen Shot 2015-03-14 at 9.09.25 PM

There is usually a way to join in on the conversation, sometimes you just have to get creative.

Anyways, Happy Pi Day everyone!

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