Following on from Hubbards recent campaign, we thought we’d take a look at where it all started. The origins of Hubbards can be tracked back to a cement mixer called Mlidred, but the brand has grown from these humble beginnings over the last 25 years into a firm favourite on the Kiwi breakfast table.
In two days it will be the 30th anniversary of Marty and Doc’s journey from the 1980’s to 2015. And to celebrate Pepsi is releasing a limited run of Pepsi Perfect, the futuristic looking Pepsi bottle in the second instalment of the Back to the Future films, while Toyota has released a car based on the fuel cell technology of the DeLorean.
Air New Zealand celebrated its 75th anniversary yesterday by holding various competitions and promotions, including a mid-air game show, a chance for customers to win back their fare and a themed flight across the Tasman. PLUS: a gallery of old Air NZ ads.
The Maybelline cosmetics brand started out in 1915 when Mabel Williams combined coal dust with Vaseline to create a more dramatic eye—and it has since grown into a beauty product juggernaut. We take a look at some of the brand’s print ads over the years.
On 25 November 1989, only 25 years ago, TV3 had no viewers. The station was only set to launch the next day following a four-year period of legal wrangling to get government approval to introduce a commercial television station. Now, as the channel celebrates its quarter century, its parent company MediaWorks has a reach of 3,759,247 and has established itself as a respected competitor against the state-owned broadcasting stalwart TVNZ. And to coincide with the celebrations, MediaWorks is already looking to the future with the launch of a new brand expression called ‘For me it’s 3’ that places empahsis on the modern trend of social viewing.