In the wake of the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision that guarantees a nation-wide right to same-sex marriage, social media erupted in celebration. And a number of brands either joined the fray or found their promoted tweets in association with Pride month in the right place at the right time. Some examples below.
(Kellogg's was also posted to its Facebook page.)
Google added art to its search results for gay marriage.
Allstate, Pandora and Mastercard were among those running promoted posts on Twitter in honor of pride month.