For Every Woman with a Walk-In Closet, a Man Out There Needs a Big-Ass Fridge

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You might have seen a walk-in fridge on TV or in movies. Typically they're used for storing dead bodies or hiding from a giant blob monster until you suffocate and/or freeze to death.

Rarely is a walk-in fridge an appealing thing.

But in "Walk-In Fridge," Heineken positions the frozen death box as the XY version of every Sex and the City fangirl's dream: the walk-in closet. It's good -- the kind of work we expect to see during the Super Bowl. And the walk-in fridge does indeed kick copious ass.

After the screamers have their joygasm, the ad wraps up with a simple enough tagline: "Heineken. Serving the planet." Suits just fine.

Work by TBWA\Amsterdam. The ad appeared on Dutch TV at the beginning of the month, but the PR firm says it drew over a million hits online in less than five days -- which is probably why they're bringing it hither.

by Angela Natividad    Jan-13-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Campaigns, Commercials, Good, Online, Television   

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Great ad that knows its target and hits that target with a simple message. Win.

Posted by: Cory O'Brien on January 13, 2009 2:44 PM

not really impressed with beer company that also advertises its products to children...my nine yr old thinks heinekin is a pop drink on neopets.com

Posted by: aurora on December 8, 2009 9:54 AM





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