StarKist® announced today that Charlie® the Tuna, the alTUNAtive 2016 Candidate, is leaving the world of high stakes politics behind so he can do something even bigger: become the President of Charlie's® World–a 3D undersea adventure filled with videos, activities for kids, tips for busy moms and plenty of recipes! Using innovative 360-degree technology, fans will be immersed into this new digital water oasis. By simply moving the mouse or mobile device, consumers will be able to navigate, play and engage with the separate sections of the microsite to discover all the fun and flavor StarKist has to offer.
“To Charlie's® loyal supporters, don't be sad or disappointed. Charlie® always had a vision: provide options to consumers in order to keep meals and snacks from being the same old, same old,” Andy Mecs, Charlie's® campaign manager and Director of Marketing and Innovation at StarKist, said. “Charlie® did what he set out to do: he brought levity to this Presidential campaign with a focus on a bit of humor and delicious recipes. But, now, he has found a more appropriate job as President of his own undersea world!”
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StarKist® announced today that Charlie® the Tuna, the alTUNAtive 2016 Presidential Candidate, is launching a nation-wide Facebook sweepstakes to help find his ideal Vice Presidential Candidate.
Charlie® and his trustworthy StarKist® political counsel have already selected three potential swimming-mates, but they are leaving the final decision up to the fans. Participants who cast a vote through November 2nd will be entered for a chance to win four years worth of tuna, the length of Charlie’s® potential first presidential term. The official VP and the grand prize winner will be announced on November 3rd.
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Off the coast of Central America, the Sea Diva, a tuna boat, sinks. Members of the crew are missing and what happened remains a mystery. As the case goes to trial, a missing crew member is believed to be at fault, but new evidence comes to light and the finger of guilt points in a completely unanticipated direction. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/1LHfMJ0
The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), the world’s premier culinary college, sent six of its distinguished faculty and degree program students to catch fish off the coast of Louisiana in Plaquemines Parish and experience firsthand the purity and taste of the region’s seafood.
The team of four chefs and two culinary arts students from the CIA’s Hyde Park, New York campus toured the Parish and sampled shrimp, crab, oysters, tuna, and snapper straight from its waters. The two-day tour culminated in “A Celebration of America’s Best Seafood,” a four-course dinner at the historic Woodland Plantation.
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