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Anheuser-Busch recently announced its Super Bowl plans, and one of its beloved beer brands will be absent from the big game. In order to raise awareness for the COVID-19 vaccination effort, Budweiser will forgo its national advertising spot during the broadcast for the first time in 37 years.A 30-second Super Bowl ad cost $5.6 million in 2020, according to CNBC. Spots for this year's Feb. 7 broadcast are slightly cheaper—only $5.5 million. The money that would have went toward a Budweiser ad will instead be reallocated to support awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine all year long, Anheuser-Busch said in a statement. (Related: The Saddest Restaurant Closures In Your State.)But other beverages under the Anheuser-Busch umbrella will be featured in four minutes of air time, as well as a corporate spot focusing on the beverage giant's role in recovery efforts."A key learning from 2020 is that we must prioritize humanity and purpose," Marcel Marcondes, the U.S. CMO of Anheuser-Busch, said. "So you'll see us show up differently at the Super Bowl this year, starting with a bold commitment from Budweiser, alongside spots from Michelob ULTRA and Stella Artois that provoke us to think about what matters most in life, as well as Bud Light who is celebrating all of their legends in an epic spot."This isn't the only company scrapping commercial plans for this year's NFL championship. Pepsi is also forgoing a minute or less ad to focus on its 12-minute halftime show featuring The Weeknd, which Matt Voda, CEO of marketing company OptiMine, calls interesting."This way, they get the best of all outcomes: they avoid the risks of striking the wrong tone with poorly executed spots, they still get the awareness-generating boost from sponsoring the halftime show, and their brand can be all about the party," he says. "That's a smart move. Pass the nachos!"To get all of the latest grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
Plano, Texas–based buffet pizza chain Cici's is going bankrupt. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday with a pre-approved sales deal which will see the chain bought by its primary lender, B&G Investors.Just a decade ago, Cici's operated more than 650 locations and had ambitious plans to open another 500 restaurants in the following decade. Instead, its footprint dwindled down to just over 300 locations, which is what the chain currently operates along with its franchises across 26 states. (Related: The Saddest Restaurant Closures In Your State.)The buffet restaurant, which is home to bottomless pizza, pasta, salad, and dessert, had slowly been squeezed out by larger competitors which were better prepared to meet the demand for digital ordering, delivery, and takeout services, according to the court filing.Once the pandemic hit, buffet-type restaurants proved to be particularly vulnerable due to the open nature of their food displays and self-serve lines which don't allow for proper social distancing, adding to the company's declining sales. The mandated dining room closures "significantly disrupted Cici's restaurant operations and severely limited customer demand," as the vast majority of the chain's pre-pandemic sales came from their dine-in operations.B&G Investors is acquiring Cici's alongside its $82 million debt, and will provide the chain the necessary financing to see it through the bankruptcy process, which is supposed to be completed by March. The company itself owns 11 restaurant while the rest are owned and operated by franchises, which are not part of the bankruptcy filing.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.