Once Internet pranksters caught wind of Reid’s inquiry, they flooded the Cracker Barrel page with comments about “Brad’s Wife,” the Internet’s new favorite meme. Pity the poor social
Watch video · “There is a absolute s— show going on at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store facebook page,” King wrote, adding that she “worked there for 11 years” and “got fired on Brad’s
CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) – Social media is in a frenzy after an Indiana man questioned why Cracker Barrel fired his wife, whom he says worked for the restaurant and store for 11 years.
Mar 28, 2017 · An Indiana man’s question regarding his wife’s alleged firing led to the Cracker Barrel restaurant and retail chain being mocked online. The heckling stemmed from a …
Social media users are trolling Cracker Barrel after Bradley Reid Byrd of Milltown, Indiana asked why his wife was fired after 11 years of working at the restaurant and on the day before his
Social media users have since taken to the comment sections of Cracker Barrel’s own posts to continue their trolling. Each comment mentioning Brad’s wife is averaging at least 5,000 likes.
Brad’s wife matters – to hundreds of thousands of social media users. More than 100,000 readers have shared or commented on Bradley Byrd’s post on the corporate Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Apr 01, 2017 · The saga started after Cracker Barrel allegedly fired the woman, whose real name is Nanette Byrd, without cause, after she’d worked at the Southern comfort food chain for 11 years.
If Sardar Biglari wants to control Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc., he’ll first have to get past the Southern-style restaurant chain’s new «poison pill» defense. Board members of the Tennessee-based company approved a shareholder rights plan to try to obstruct investor Biglari’s hostile takeover efforts.
His wife, a loyal Cracker Barrel employee of 11 years. On a day that should have been full of cake and laughter, there was sorrow. It was Brad’s birthday and his wife, Nanette, was unfairly, unjustly, terminated from her employment. 11 years, Cracker Barrel. 11 long, hard years.
Social media editors for big restaurant chains typically don’t make hiring and firing decisions for individual locations. Nevertheless, old-timey brand Cracker Barrel has seen its Facebook
The person responsible for managing the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Facebook pages is wading his or her way through a mine field of internet users who want justice for Brad’s wife.
According to social media posts and a story picked up by Inquisitr, Brad’s wife was fired from a Cracker Barrel store after 11 years of service. This wasn’t the worst part of the story, however. This wasn’t the worst part of the story, however.
Reid’s story offers a cautionary lesson in using social media to get your story out there: yes, your story will reach more people, but once the memes take over, it will no longer be yours.
A couple days later, seemingly the entire internet was commenting on Cracker Barrel social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) about the incident, many using the hashtags #BradsWife and #