Meet the Bunch — they're a team of crime-fighting bananas spreading a fresh fruit gospel on the Las Vegas Strip. Why Las Vegas, you ask? Well, Sin City is America's still-beating heart for debauchery and poor life choices, which makes it the perfect candidate for a FruitGuys takeover.
The two bananas start by belting out Elton John's ballad "Your Song," whose lyrics represent every fruit's struggle in the food pyramid. "I know it's not much, but it's the best I can do/ My gift is my song and this one's for you/ And you can tell everybody this is your song/ It may be quite simple but now that it's done/ I hope you don't mind that I put down the words/ How wonderful life is while you're in the world," the fruits sing as they saunter down the strip, taking photos with wide-eyed and merry tourists. Their gift of song inspires people around them to feel childlike wonder for organic, nutritious fruit, as the gorgeous Vegas skyline shimmers in the background.
"Bananas!" shouts a drunken man, clutching his beer. "I love bananas!" Us too buddy, us too. I mean, what's not to love? Bananas help counter depression, build calcium and potassium, protect you against diabetes, and keep your blood healthy with iron. They even lower blood pressure, so if you're stressed out or anxious, a regular diet of bananas might just be the thing that prevents a stroke or heart attack. No wonder all these vacationing bachelors and families wanted to take photos with our famous platanos. These fruits work for the people, but their day-job is even more glamorous: the FruitGuys.
Helping to deliver boxes of fruit nationwide, the FruitGuys partners with local farmers to ensure they source the freshest fruit and also help out small businesses. When it comes to fruit, the little guys are cultivating the best produce, so it’s the FruitGuys' mission to put those tasty snacks in people's hands. We're not just talking bananas, either — peaches, plums, cherries, apples, persimmons, and any other fruit you can imagine are on the menu, packaged in a recycled cardboard box that really feels more like a magic cornucopia. Once you meet the Bunch, it'll be hard to hang out with your old friends from the vending machine. That's because these Bananas have your back.