Among the countless images of fireworks and hot dogs, marketers showed creative versions of stars and stripes for July Fourth online.
Efforts ranged from sharing patriotic images and nostalgic photos to promotions and events centered around an American salute.
From live streaming fireworks displays to colorful cake recipes, American flag depictions abound:
— WDW Today (@WDWToday) July 3, 2016
— New York Mets (@Mets) July 4, 2016
— Technomics, Inc. (@TechnomicsInc) July 5, 2016
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) June 30, 2016
History was also prevalent:
— Harvard University (@Harvard) July 3, 2016
— UtahStateParks (@UtahStateParks) July 5, 2016
— Urban Outfitters (@UrbanOutfitters) July 5, 2016
Brand managers at Tiffany’s offered something shiny:
— Tiffany & Co. (@TiffanyAndCo) July 5, 2016
Some organizations took the opportunity to announce new initiatives, such as the Beard Foundation’s expansion to Pinterest:
— Beard Foundation (@beardfoundation) July 4, 2016
Disney Parks live streamed its fireworks presentation from its famed Magic Kingdom:
— Bay News 9 (@BN9) July 4, 2016
Some social media managers focused on unity and a countrywide celebration:
— Monster (@Monster) July 3, 2016
From pet safety to grilling tips, brand managers wished Americans a “safe and healthy” holiday:
— Seattle Humane (@SeattleHumane) July 2, 2016
— CNN (@CNN) July 5, 2016
What notable holiday-themed social media marketing efforts did you notice, Ragan readers?