Two things to cover here: first, Bud Light’s successful promotion putting fridges filled with Bud in bars, locked until the Cleveland Browns won a game – a two year dry spell. Note the reference to Dilly Dilly at the end.
And then, a very cool interview with the Anheuser-Busch CMO Miguel Patricio, talking about the Dilly Dilly campaign. Seems very pleased with himself.
Powerful political attack ad that goes in an unexpected direction.
They take no prisoners in American political advertising.
The ad credited with adding 7% (about US$6 billion) to Nike’s stock value in a couple of weeks. Big win and a big risk for the CEO, Mark Parker, who took a 71% pay cut last year in view of lower sales.
Great writing, great authentic-looking footage, right on brand.
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The Survival Billboard promotion for Tomb Raider and XBox. A Clio award-winner.
We could do this in summer in Perth and bake people to death.
Anyway; a demonstration of billboards as public theatre. Call us with your equally cool creative idea for outdoor. 9388 7844.
HBO blitzed it at SXSW, successfully promoting the new series of Westworld by busing fans and journalists to a replica Sweetwater in the dead of night. From the BI article about it: HBO hired a cast of 60 actors, six stuntpeople, five bands, and six horses to bring “Westworld” to life. A script for the 90-minute experience is more than 440 pages long.
Video report by Engadget:
Here’s a clever promotion for Audi – positioning the company as a thought leader in urban transport technology. It takes a digital concept, turns it into an analog representation, then promotes it digitally, on video.
Here’s how you circumvent advertising restrictions. Just tell people to Google it.
Point it at your favourite Brazilian politician – it uses facial recognition to bring up any convictions for corruption. Could be a broader market for this. Grand Prix winner at Cannes.