The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck!

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2012/02/10 17:51:08 (permalink)

The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck!

Trader Joe's and Charles Shaw Wines have just celebrated their 10 year anniversary together.
In that time, Traders Joe's has sold 600 MILLION! Bottles of 2 Buck Chuck!!!
That's right---600 MILLION BOTTLES of cheap wine.
No one knows for sure who coined the name 2 Buck Chuck, but it stuck and helped create a marketing coup that goes into the Annals of Marketing Lore!
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 19:08:26 (permalink)
    It's 3 bucks here ... Around here Whole Foods gives CS a good run at $2.99.
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 19:13:49 (permalink)
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    It's 3 bucks here ... Around here Whole Foods gives CS a good run at $2.99.

    It's $2.99 at Traders now too but the 2 Buck Chuck handle will stick regardless of the price.
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 20:08:36 (permalink)
    I still have the label from a bottle of wine I bought a few years ago that was actually named Two Buck Chuck, it has a picture on the label showing two male deer and a woodchuck.  I've never seen it since.
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 20:25:28 (permalink)
    My friend & I always enjoy a bottle of 2 Buck Chuck while enjoying an evening of fine dining.

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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 22:11:04 (permalink)
    Crikey Jim. When did you grow the goatee?
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/10 22:53:47 (permalink)
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    Crikey Jim. When did you grow the goatee?

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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/11 12:44:02 (permalink)
    Foodbme

    Trader Joe's and Charles Shaw Wines have just celebrated their 10 year anniversary together.
    In that time, Traders Joe's has sold 600 MILLION! Bottles of 2 Buck Chuck!!!
    That's right---600 MILLION BOTTLES of cheap wine.
    No one knows for sure who coined the name 2 Buck Chuck, but it stuck and helped create a marketing coup that goes into the Annals of Marketing Lore!

     
    A friend gave me a case of the wine for Christmas and It was better than many wines that I have paid five times that for.  Trader Joe's can't sell it in Tennessee because of some of the liquor laws.  I think that is about to change.

    Paul E. Smith
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    Re:The Marketing Power of a Name - 2 Buck Chuck! 2012/02/11 14:39:36 (permalink)
    Two Buck Chuck became the gift of choice of many of my sales reps when I had the store.
     
    I really preferred the $14 Box See's.
     
    I've been to a few get-togethers where cases of Trader Joe's wine could be seen carried in to the gathering and then put on the tables.  It's just so easy.
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