Political fizz

  • PopPress
  • May 28, 2013
  • StopPress Team
Political fizz

The cynics say that Coca-Cola has harvested happiness as a marketing concept over the years in an effort to avoid dealing with the unhappiness sugary drinks can bring through obesity (this was brilliantly skewered by 'The Real Beers' video). But ever since the famous multi-cultural 'I'd like to buy the world a Coke' ad, Coca-Cola has claimed that it uses its global reach to try and bring people together. And it's tried to do just that on the sub-continent with a three-minute clip by Leo Burnett that links up Pakistanis and Indians through a pair of connected vending machines. 

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No cone left behind

  • PopPress
  • October 13, 2017
  • StopPress Team
No cone left behind

Take a trip around Auckland and you'll likely spot a road cone in a place other than the road. Trees, statues and traffic lights are popular places for people to place road cones and now, Auckland Transport is on a mission to get its cones back.

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