Kellogg’s Suffering the Consequences of Phelps Dismissal

February 25, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – It looks like the dumping of Michael Phelps from the Kellogg’s sponsorship wasn’t the great PR move the company had hoped.

A new report released from Silicon Alley has shown that Kellogg’s has moved from the reputation of 9th in the country, to 83rd, making it clear that the pot smoker’s threats of a heavy boycott worked the way they said it would.

“Not even an industry-wide peanut scare inflicted as much damage on the food company’s reputation,” the report claimed.

It’s true. The massive salmonella outbreak, in which they were found to have been aware of potential contamination, took a back seat to the Phelps scandal, and it now seems that the company’s reputation could be damaged beyond all repair.


One Response to “Kellogg’s Suffering the Consequences of Phelps Dismissal”

  1. AFV on February 25th, 2009 8:00 pm

    The second I heard of Kellogg’s actions I knew what to do. They took a position position against a hero to stoners across the land. We don’t care about Kellogg’s reputation or products. By pulling their sponsorship they made the decision they don’t care about us and now they can live with it.

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