Last month the International House of Pancakes pulled a stunt that put its namesake at risk.
The pancake giant is offering short stacks for 60 cents on July 17, 2018 from 7am to 7pm nationwide.
On June 11, the International House of Pancakes made a big announcement: they were changing their name to "IHOb", at least temporarily, standing for "International House of Burgers", and unveiling a new product on the menu.
"We'd never turn our back on pancakes (except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers)", it read in part. The brand has already changed its name on its website and all social media platforms. IHOP's "word of mouth" score skyrocketed following the name change, according to YouGov BrandIndex data.
24 dead, hundreds hurt, as train derails after rain in Turkey
In January 2008, nine people were killed when a train derailed in the Kutahya region south of Istanbul due to faulty tracks. Television images showed several wagons laying on their side and emergency personnel walking to reach the crash site.
Pancakes and burgers coexist in harmony.
After the name change, that number jumped to 30 percent.
A YouGov poll found that 19 percent of adults said they talked about the store in the two weeks before the IHOB campaign, Business Insider reported. That's what we're after: "giving more people more reasons to come to IHOP more often".
- Trump privately indicated that he has settled on a Supreme Court nominee
- Elon Musk visits Thai cave, brings his kid-submarine
- Donald Trump Names Brett Kavanaugh Winner Of ‘Survivor
- How Trump's SCOTUS nominee will change the Court
- Billy Dee Williams Returning as Lando Calrissian in Star Wars: Episode IX
- Italian brand unveils special Cristiano Ronaldo jewellery anticipating Juventus move
- It's a wrap for filming of Captain Marvel
- Guitar man Kevin Anderson wants rhythm not blues against Roger Federer
- Thierry Henry's 'heart will be split' by World Cup semifinal
- LiAngelo Ball Joining The JBA's Los Angeles Ballers