I honestly don’t know why every single company doesn’t have a Twitter account and a strong Twitter presence. It seems like common sense that you need that today just like you need your name on your bags and products. But even among the companies that are on Twitter, there are a few that stand above the crowd, the cream of the Tweeting crop.
I don’t have any idea who’s managing any of these accounts, but they deserve a promotion and a raise.
4.) Perkins Restaurants
Perkins is a group of restaurants that you can find in the northeastern part of the US.
Pretty sure dinosaurs *actually* experienced extinction by lack of pancakes
— Perkins® Restaurants (@EatAtPerkins) April 28, 2016
*Wishes there were beds in Perkins available after late night visits*
— Perkins® Restaurants (@EatAtPerkins) April 24, 2016
Still don’t know the muffin man but we’re confident in saying we’ve got this whole muffin thing under control
— Perkins® Restaurants (@EatAtPerkins) April 7, 2016
3.) Burger King
Burger King’s Twitter presence is on-point. They’re a fast-food restaurant so there’s no need to be serious about anything other than the lack of ebola in the spinach.
BK: Can I take your order?
GUY: I can’t think.
BK: Coffee. Got it.
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) April 29, 2016
All your Whoppers belong to us.
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) April 24, 2016
Girl: Nice to meet you, fries.
Guy: My name’s Fred.
Girl: Ha, okay fries.
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) April 19, 2016
Guy: Come here often?
BK: Sir, I work here.
Guy: This is so us.
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) April 17, 2016
2.) Hamburger Helper
Hamburger Helper’s Twitter account put out a “mixtape”, let me say that again, they actually have a mixtape about Hamburger Helper, don’t believe me? Watch this.
first video from #WatchtheStovehttps://t.co/W5MYUlHGHx
— Helper (@helper) April 1, 2016
and since then they’ve been Tweeting about it.
"Naw, I haven't heard the mixtape." pic.twitter.com/JfIPB1m40i
— Helper (@helper) April 7, 2016
#ViewsFromTheStove @helper pic.twitter.com/3UTStqc3qu
— Jake Hirshman (@jhirsh03) April 29, 2016
1.) Old Spice
The deodorant company has a pretty solid Twitter presence, which makes sense because their product’s job is to make you not stink.
Do breakaway pants have a fear of commitment, or are they just waiting for “the one”?
— Old Spice (@OldSpice) March 14, 2016
We hope you all still have eyes on Feb. 29, 2020, because we just came up with a leap year zinger that you'll have to see to believe.
— Old Spice (@OldSpice) March 1, 2016
Make sure that your next dance battle does not escalate into an international dance crisis.
— Old Spice (@OldSpice) February 26, 2016
This tweet is the result of a cat walking across a keyboard and a huge stroke of luck.
— Old Spice (@OldSpice) April 7, 2016
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