New Zealand public relations practitioners donned their suits and dresses this week for the Annual PRINZ Awards, with Mango, Fuse and McDonald’s New Zealand ranking supreme.
After recording record lows in US sales last week, McDonald’s has fought back against critics by hiring former Mythbusters host Grant Imahara to show viewers what’s really in McNuggets.
Pita Pit has launched its first nationwide campaign via a new TVC conceptulised by Contagion, the agency which won the account for the food chain’s cross-Tasman business earlier this year. The 30-second spot, which was shot by Flying Fish and directed by Helena Brooks, features a middle-aged man, dressed in the garb of a stereotypical accountant, dancing awkwardly after having completed a meal from Pita Pit.
McDonald’s seems to have taken a leaf out of Dude Perfect’s book with their latest ad. To highlight their association with the 2014 FIFA World Cup the golden arches has made a video featuring some pretty amazing trick shots. Whether they are all real is still yet to be seen.
McDonald’s New Zealand has just launched the ‘Our food, Your Questions’ campaign, which allows members of the public to send in questions on any topics related to the food on the menu. The fast-food juggernaut hopes that this will help to dispel some of the myths related to way its meals are produced.
DDB managed to get a whole heap of New Zealanders to upload pictures of themselves imitating a beetle for a VW promotion last year. And now it’s trying to get New Zealanders (and Australians) to upload videos of themselves that show them professing their love for the Big Mac in chant form.