Electrolux Vacuums NZ has returned to local TV for the first time in six years with a local campaign pulled together by project strategist Daniel Piper with creative directors Guy Johnson and Phil Parsonage.
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Below the Line has crafted the Kiwi rewards programme for Sanitarium’s Weet-bix brand with an app that lets people redeem rewards for products, vouchers, experiences and competition entries. Identifying and signing reward partners was the biggest challenge for the agency, with more than $1 million of rewards offered.
They say regret is a pointless emotion, but what would ‘they’ know. So to inspire a few more Kiwis to get their ayes into gees and shake up the ‘ahhh, I’ll do it tomorrow’ attitude, AMP, Running With Scissors, DNA and Bloodhound Media have got together to launch the ‘act today, own tomorrow’ campaign.
Whether it’s banks, bacon, lamb, insurance or telcos, there’s no shortage of brands trying to tap into the idea of New Zealandness. And McDonald’s and DDB have just launched a campaign for two particularly Kiwi products that fits snugly into this jingoistic genre by focusing on idiosyncratic domestic habits.
It’s all action for Tui at the moment: it’s just released a new Facebook app, it’s put its gnomes on TV for the first time as part of a big promotion, it’s treading a fairly fine line with some of the comments from the lovely ladies competing in the Miss Tui competition and now it’s just released the follow up to the impressive ‘Brewing Legends’ brand ad that was set free before Christmas.