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There are a number of Fengshui Symbols. Each of them has its own energy that can infuse our lives with meaning and inspiration. When used and placed properly, the energy of these symbols can resonate to our personal energy.
Symbols, unlike words or letters, are not clearly understandable for us. This is because they have a much deeper meaning that can only be comprehended by our deepest subconscious mind. Our subconscious mind gives it meaning and makes our heart believe in it.
Lucky Charms was created in 1964 by John Holahan. General Mills management challenged a team of product developers to use the available manufacturing capacity from either of General Mills’ two principal cereal products—Wheaties or Cheerios—and do something unique. Holahan came up with the idea after a visit to the grocery store in which he decided to mix Cheerios with bits of Brach’s Circus Peanuts – Snow Flake Charm Pendant.
An advertising company employed by General Mills and Company suggested marketing the new cereal around the idea of charm bracelets. Thus, the charms of Lucky Charms were born. Lucky Charms is the first cereal to include marshmallows in the recipe. The mascot of Lucky Charms, created in 1963, is Lucky the Leprechaun, also known as Sir Charms, and originally called L.C. Leprechaun. The cartoon character’s voice was supplied, until 1992, by Arthur Anderson, who died on April 9, 2016. In 1975, Lucky the Leprechaun was briefly replaced by Waldo the Wizard in New England, while Lucky remained the mascot in the rest of the United States. The oat cereal was not originally sugar coated. After initial sales failed to meet expectations, the oats were sugar coated, and the cereal’s success grew. Piggy banks and plastic watches were introduced as cereal box send-away prizes as a marketing tactic to increase sales. The recipe for the cereal remained unchanged until the introduction of a new flavor: Chocolate Lucky Charms, in 2005. Later in 2012, General Mills introduced “Lucky Charms Marshmallow Treats” – Snow Flake Charm Pendant.
Following the product launch, the General Mills marketing department found that sales performed dramatically better if the composition of the marbits changed periodically. Various features of the marbits were modified to maximize their appeal to young consumers. Over the years, over 40 limited edition features such as Winter Lucky Charms, Olympic-themed Lucky Charms, and Lucky Charms featuring marshmallow landmarks from around the world, were created to drive consumer demands. In focus groups and market research, more brightly colored charms resulted in better sales than did dull or pastel colors. Holahan called Lucky Charms a “lesson in creative marketing.” Currently, General Mills conducts “concept-ideation” studies on Lucky Charms – Snow Flake Charm Pendant.
Snow Flake Charm Pendant Details:
Size : 23 x 19 mm approx
Metal : Mixed
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