The Olive Garden logo takes a beating on Twitter
Olive Garden is taking a beating on Twitter over a new logo that they launched. The rebranding comes at a time where Olive Garden’s customer traffic dropped 13% in December. Darden Restaurants executives said on Monday that the logo change will bring a “brand Renaissance.” Below are some tweets where people reveal how outraged they are about the new logo:
Olive Garden is rebranding with a new logo. It'll now be a home decor company specializing in mid-priced hand towels. pic.twitter.com/GCOA3C2S7e
— Julian Kiani (@JulianKiani) March 3, 2014
— Kirsten Diaz (@KirstenNDiaz) March 3, 2014
@darth My theory is Olive Garden was drunk at a Poker Game and lost a crazy bet and now has to use that new logo.
— Richard W (@ilovaussiesheps) March 3, 2014
That Olive Garden logo would work well for Panda Express. I guess I'll give it that.
— Chance! (@chance_second) March 3, 2014
that new olive garden logo look like it was drawn with a breadstick.
— neil mccauley (@the_blueprint) March 3, 2014
new Olive Garden logo is not ok
— ?bailee? (@BaileeWishart) March 3, 2014
i hate the new olive garden logo. #StopOliveGarden2014
— Hannah (@hhawkes15) March 3, 2014
Holy shit, the new Olive Garden logo's script is terrible. It looks like a Design 1 student project. Hahaha! http://t.co/MerQBU7Owy
— Kara Haupt (@karahaupt) March 3, 2014
Dear Olive Garden, your new logo is crap. Your boring revamp will be easier for someone to change once its closed http://t.co/JO2XZ5u4MX
— Penalty Kick (@pkickorlando) March 3, 2014
I hope that @olivegarden's new logo is a joke because it looks like garbage. Sorry Olive Garden.
— Jon Huddleston (@jonhuddleston) March 3, 2014
New Olive Garden logo sucks.
— Kris (@trebomb) March 3, 2014
The new Olive Garden logo looks like something off a crockpot from the 1970s. pic.twitter.com/g7Yp6eUJAq
— Katherine Miller (@katherinemiller) March 3, 2014
Whoa wtf Olive Garden why are you getting a new logo no pic.twitter.com/SECVHcdUke
— Alex PC (@AlexPC_3) March 3, 2014
— Susannah Chen (@susannahchen) March 3, 2014
— Heather Schmelzlen (@anchorlines) March 3, 2014