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People have a beef with Oscar Meyer for ditching the name of the iconic hot-dog-shaped vehicle after 87 years.
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Marketing experts say that while Chick-fil-A may not have wanted to boost Popeyes' sales, "they created a lot of exposure for themselves, too."
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Seriously, stop suggesting your product honors those who died in the Sept. 11 attacks.
The name change to IHOb was part of a marketing campaign to promote the chain's burgers.
Marketing experts, therapists and parents weigh in.