What’s Old is New Again, 06.07.2013

Classic brands are classic for a reason. Their products, services and ideologies have stood the test of time without relying on gimmicks or cheap tricks. However, times are changing, and even the most beloved brands have to adjust to evolving mediums and customer expectations to keep up with the Brand Joneses. When modernizing a classic brand, marketers have to toe blurred lines between convention and innovation, tradition and novelty. Modernizing a brand takes much more than creating a Facebook Business Page and Twitter account, but yet we continue to see brands digging in their heels of convention. Below are the stories of how a few well-known industry stalwarts became the little (well, actually BIG) brands that could. Rubbermaid/Pyrex

Not your mother's Tupperware.

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