Hershey kiss Christmas handbell commercial?



Asked by: Shanna Rosales

Why did Hershey Kisses change their Christmas commercial?





Hershey’s says the change came about because it was the cookies topped with Kisses that were always the real icon, warming hearts and homes each season. The evolution is the company’s way of honoring holiday baking traditions.

When did the Hershey Kiss Christmas?

1989

The Hershey’s Kisses Christmas bells ad first aired in 1989 and has since remained largely unchanged — until now.

How old is the Hershey Kisses Christmas Bell commercial?

This classic ad dates way back to 1989
It’s the holiday season, and if you’ve watched any TV at all over the past few weeks, you’ve likely seen the classic Hershey’s Kiss commercial — one in which an assemblage of chocolate drops ring out a Christmas tune — more than a few times.

Who created the Hershey Kiss Christmas commercial?





John Dunn, Hershey’s brands manager at the time, headed to San Francisco to create a series of Kisses commercials, all focusing on the idea of “whimsy.” He was working with advertising firm Ogilvy & Mather and Colossal Pictures, a production company, to create the ads, and when he realized they were working ahead of

What is the controversy with Hershey Kisses?

The Pennsylvania chocolate maker faced social media backlash after changing its popular Hershey’s Kisses Christmas bells ad for 2020. The ad debuted in 1989 and has remained essentially the same all these years. The 2020 ad starts out the same, with the Kisses playing “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” as a bell choir.