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Tiger Meat: Kessler’s Is On It™

Aberdeen grocer Kessler’s knows a good ad campaign when it sees one:

Kessler's Tiger Meat We're On It
Kessler’s Food & Liquor, Facebook post, 2019.12.05.

Notice the replacement of the trademark symbol with the Kessler’s logo. Well done!


  1. mike from iowa 2019-12-17 07:48

    Tigers are endangered species and it would be against International and probably US law to possess tiger anythings, without special licenses.

    Does this advertisement lift any liability of Kessler’s if their customers get sick from eating raw food?

  2. Dave Baumeister 2019-12-17 08:12

    I didn’t know anyone served Tiger Meat anymore. I remember eating that on Saturday afternoons at Dick’s Bar in Winner about 35 years ago.

  3. Mark 2019-12-17 08:27

    I like the hoodie.
    It would be better if it was made
    out of hemp.
    Then we could send one to the Queen !
    Size? Small , Extra Small.
    With an extra , extra large hood for her
    inflated head.

  4. mike from iowa 2019-12-17 09:01

    For just a quarter more, you can have the hoodie supersized for her horse, too.

    Horse meat is fed to caged tigers so the advertisement “Tiger Meat” isn’t all false.

  5. Debbo 2019-12-17 15:22

    Mark, that’s funny.
    Dave, I ate tiger meat from Kesslers when I was in college at NSC. Pretty good stuff, especially with plenty of beer. I thought it was illegal now. I wouldn’t want to try it with packers “inspecting” the meat they produce.

  6. Certain Inflatable Recreational Devices 2019-12-17 19:17

    If I lived within three hours of Aberdeen, I’d shop there as exclusively as I could. This is an act of political courage as significant as any I have ever seen in SoDak.

  7. grudznick 2019-12-17 19:49

    Bob, if you drive and are game to stop every 45 minutes for me to pee, I’m up for a road trip like we used to take.

  8. David Newquist 2019-12-17 20:01

    Ken’s offers it, too. I thought it was a standard hangover cure.

  9. Porter Lansing 2019-12-17 20:22

    grudzie. I remember the “road trips” we Teamsters used to take with lobbyists. Big fun. I highly suggest you see the film “THE IRISHMAN”. It’s an accurate portrayal of how we elected Teamsters bosses used to sit down and bargain with lobbyists and legislators that weren’t completely educated on the many benefits our union provided to the members, the local citizens, and elected leaders. During the time of Jimmy Hoffa, business and labor worked together in simpatico relationships that helped everyone. Sometimes we’d invite a stubborn lobbyist on a pleasure ride in the country. And yes, they got to stop and pee, often. Differences almost always got worked out to everyone’s satisfaction … if you know what I mean.

  10. Certain Inflatable Recreational Devices 2019-12-17 22:53

    Grudzfeke; all I remember from our road trips is your constant begging for me to allow you to blow me.

  11. Debbo 2019-12-17 23:37

    CIRD! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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