For National Fry Day, McDonald's makes a Puerto Rican April Fool's joke come true

Brand alters its packaging to make a pocket for a 'lucky' wedge fry

Published On
Jul 11, 2018

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For the upcoming National Fry Day on July 13, McDonald's is doing something very special for Puerto Ricans.

Agency TBWA San Juan has redesigned McDonald's fries packaging with a pocket added on the front in which to place a "napa," or "lucky extra" potato wedge fry.

The idea originated in an April Fool's joke by the brand earlier this year. A fake Facebook post touted the new packaging, based on the insight that sometimes people do find a "lucky" wedge fry in their fries, recieved thousands of comments from Puerto Ricans asking McDonalds to make it a reality.

"We took our followers' wishes and decided to make the Napapitas real for a day. This is the first time we have altered the packaging of our fries," says marketing manager Ricardo Hernández.

Take a look at the "making of" video to see all the hard work that went into redesigning the packs.

Credits

Date
Jul 11, 2018
Brand:
Barnardo's
Agency:
TBWA-San Juan
Chief Executive Officer:
Luzirene Mendoza
Creative Director:
Clarissa Biaggi
Creative Director:
José Vallecillo
Senior Copywriter:
Luis Romero
Senior Art Director:
Gerardo Figueroa
Videographer:
David Arguello
Editor:
Joshua Capeles
Account Executive:
Yarelis Pérez
Marketing Manager:
Ricardo Hernández
Marketing Supervisor:
José Javier Cruz
Marketing Analyst:
Isabel S. Rovira Escalante

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