Don’t call it a hamburger.

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Famous for Steakburgers

We made the Steakburger famous.

When we started working with Steak ‘n Shake, they were a regional chain with about a hundred locations. Customers liked the food, but they saw the restaurant as just another burger joint. So we helped customers see an important distinction: While other places sell hamburgers, Steak ‘n Shake sells Steakburgers.

For 18 years, we drove home that message, reminding diners that Steakburgers—and everything else on the Steak ‘n Shake menu—are a cut above fast food. And as we did, our work helped Steak ‘n Shake almost quintuple its business, growing to more than 500 stores.


TV

“Barbershop Quartet Wind Machine”

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“Melt Callouts”

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“Shake Reflection”

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“Not This One”

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“Coconut Suggestion Box”

0:30

“Order To Order”

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“Four for $4”

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“Name Game”

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“Recommendation”

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“Pepper Waiter”

0:15

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