The Kraft Heinz company has decided not to shell out $5 million for a 30-second big game commercial this year. Instead, the ketchup and mustard giant is using the money to allow all of their 42,000 employees to stay home the day after the big game.
It actually makes a lot of sense, considering the Monday after the big game has the lowest work attendance of any day on the calendar.
Kraft Heinz also started a petition that they’ll be sending to Congress, asking lawmakers to make the Monday after the big game a national holiday. (Daily Mail)