- Dippin’ Dots sales and franchisee inquiries soared after a public feud with Sean Spicer.
- The company’s CEO, Scott Fischer, told Business Insider that the feud had the impact of “50 Super Bowl ads.”
- “I think people have to have a hero and a villain,” Fischer said. “We may not be the hero, but Spicer was definitely the villain.”
Dippin’ Dots’ sales soared after a public feud with then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
- Target’s mobile wallet is finally here
- Pop-Tarts is slamming people for disgusting food creations on Twitter — and the police have now gotten involved
- The woman who pressured Massage Envy to take action against sexual assault says that sometimes companies ‘need a crisis’ to tackle problems