Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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People rarely put tic tacs straight into their mouths. Usually they spill a few into their hand then shove them into their mouth. Ample time for a little subliminal exposure.

Company logos can be etched onto each mint, and distributed worldwide using their already-established supply chain.

Sure this would cost extra to implement, but the new revenue model would easily accomodate for this cost.

Clever geographic segmentation can be developed for this. local companies can order thier logo to be branded on tictacs sold in their corresponding region - highest bidder wins!

NB. I'm no whore for advertising. on the contrary, but just saw a little gap, and thought I would share.

shinobi, Nov 21 2006

Logos on the wrappers, I like your idea better http://www.victorys...logo&OVMTC=standard
[xandram, Nov 21 2006]

Custom M&Ms http://www.mymms.com/
As mentioned. [jutta, Nov 21 2006]


       You can already do this with M&M's.
Chefboyrbored, Nov 21 2006

       really...? If it wasn't clear, i meant advertising for other companies.
shinobi, Nov 21 2006

       You can put your company name on an M&M. Check out the M&M website.
Chefboyrbored, Nov 21 2006

shinobi, Nov 21 2006

       Tic tacs are horribly small... why them? why not a bigger candy?   

       But I suppose that pretty soon every last bit of surface area real estate will be branded and labeled with sponsors and whatnot.
twitch, Nov 21 2006

       I'll give you a bun for that one, but I'm going to print my logo on it first.
wyrm, Nov 21 2006

       I've baked my croissant into the shape of my company's logo.   

       Have to agree with [twitch] on this one maybe on a Mento?
kdmurray, Nov 22 2006

       I like this idea~ [+] Tic Tacs are good because they are a great socializing tool for the office crowd, especially now that smoking has been greatly curtailed.   

       "Want a Tic Tac? Sure. How are things in accounting?"   

       "Fine. What Logo did you get? Chase? Oh I LOVE that bank!!"   

       I like it!!!
r_kreher, Jul 18 2008


       Maybe we can go one further and give Tic Tacs little voices-- like a Birthday Card. So pop it in your mouth, and you hear a ten-second advertising blurb through your teeth.
Bcrosby, Jul 19 2008


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