Brand managers use Twitter to celebrate Cinco De Mayo

From political humor to promoting products, social media marketers had fun celebrating the Mexican holiday online. Here’s what many cooked up.

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These two things are guaranteed to happen every Cinco de Mayo holiday: Internet know-it-alls will remind us that this is not Mexican Independence Day and brands will try to capitalize on social media.

From humorous GIFs to poking fun at certain persons in the political spotlight, here’s a roundup of Twitter action from May 5.

Let’s take a look at how some classic Mexican brands marked the holiday:

It’s time to Cinco! Show us your #LimeDrop and we’ll add Something Extra to your photos. #CincoDeMayo

— Corona (@coronaextrausa) May 5, 2016

Need some ideas to feed the fiesta tonight? We’ve got you covered: #CincoDeMayo

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