On my way to Valparaiso, IN yesterday (for my father-in-law’s funeral on Thursday) I stopped for dinner in Morris, IL.  I ate at Culver’s.  I haven’t eaten at Culver’s in a long time.  I had a Mushroom Swiss ButterBurger snack pack (delicious, but not so healthy), but I digress as that isn’t really the point of this post.  I noticed their new marketing campaign – Get Culverized.  Brilliant!

I couldn’t help but think of Iowa Governor Chet Culver.  I bet his campaign is disappointed that Culver’s thought of this first, but alas it is now copyrighted so they can’t use it.

But could you imagine what Getting Culverized would be like if applied to Governor Chet Culver?  Perhaps it would be look a little like this:

And the list could go on and on.  Then we have Culverisms, but one can only have so much fun writing a blog post.  Well too bad they missed out on a marketing coup.

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