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Here's an interesting one. On December 1 on a chilly and overcast day in Philadelphia, The Cheesecake Factory sent tams dressed in all white carrying giant bouquets of balloons all throughout Philadelphia. Each balloon handed out carried the message "Pop it". Once popped, the balloons according to color would reveal the scent of Peppermint Bark Cheesecake (for red), Chocolate Tuxedo Cream Cheesecake (for brown) or Original Cheesecake (for cream).
Inside each balloon was a message from The Cheesecake Factory which "Try a slice on us" which could be redeemed for a complimentary slice of cheesecake. One of the best promotional uses of balloons we've seen in a long time.
As the run up to the end of the world nears, more and more brands are capitalizing with various stunts and promotions. Swiss car maker SEAT placed the new SEAT Leon FR in an emergency survival box at the Winterthur main station in Switzerland. This car has features that protects it's driver both actively and passively...which could come in handy Friday. As the brand advocates, "he perfect vehicle to make it to safety, in case of the apocalypse."
You know that rat race we all refer to sometimes when we're sick and tired of the same old crap we have to go through every day just to keep the wheels of life turning and the homeless shelter from becoming our next address? Well, Clemenger BBDO has taken a different...ahem...spin on the notion we humans are living life on a gerbil wheel racing towards, well, nothing really. Except in this case, people dressed in rat suit hop on the wheel, see how fast they can go just to get a bag of Fantastic Delites Vintage Cheese & Red Onion Flavor chips.
Perhaps riffing off the Free Hugs stunt of yore, Italian agency Nimai Digital put together a guerrilla campaign for Bologna, Italy in which a street team offered free Italian kisses to those roaming the streets of London. It was all to call attention to the friendly people of Bologna and to promote an all-expenses paid trip.
Street teams directed Brits to a Facebook page where after liking the page (of course) they could enter their contact info along with several of their social media profiles to be entered to win the trip.
Hey if two Italian girls kissing Brits can up tourism numbers to Bolonga, also known as the capital of machine-formed meat scraps, then we're calling this campaign a success.
OK, this is pretty cool. To have a little fun, Red Stripe turned a corner shop into a singing, dancing, musical performance by transforming products and items within the store into the music-making instruments. Every time a customer chose a Red Stripe from the shelves, the instruments were triggered and a musical performance began.
Pretty impressive stuff. We just wonder what might have happened had a shopper grabbed one of the items that was supposed to function as a musical instrument.
KesslerKramer's KK Outlet developed the idea and Stinkdigital worked with Hirsch&Mann to make the idea happen.
A new GE campaign that centers on the Brilliant Machines Tumblr blog features video and photos of robots of various shapes and sizes making their way through a number of cities in the United States. Sightings have been reported in Pasadena, Los Angeles, and along Hollywood Boulevard, as well as some undisclosed subway stations and industrial parks.
The campaign has been accompanied by real life robot appearances in San Francisco with those that spot the robots tweeting their photos with the hashtag #brilliantmachines.
OK so Near Field communications technology is a long way off here in America but it's quite close to reality in Singapore. And virtual credit card company, DBS, hopes to make that reality known to Singaporeans.
To do so, the brand, with help from Tribal DDB Singapore, created an NFC vending machine of sorts that dispensed prizes. Complete with red carpet and velvet ropes, the vending machine became the central focus of a bit of guerrilla marketing,
When a person won a prize, all manner of Hollywood-like shenanigans would occur, screaming fans, paparazzi, security guards and a host who would award the prizes.
Cops have them. Why can't everyone? We're talking about those in-car cameras that capture everything a cop car sees. Now, it seems, singapore-based car insurance company, DriveSheild, wants everyone to have one...for free.
To tout this offering, the company, with help from TribalDDB, created an installation whereby a car appeared to have been engulfed by the ground. On third of the vehicle appears below the surface. A video offers a clue as to how this happened.
To more stunts are said to follow.
Wait, what? You think it's rude to ask a lady her cup size? Hey, get your mind out of the gutter. All we want to know is, well, what cup size a lady prefers. Get it? It's simple, right? Not rude. After all, there's nothing wrong with offering a lady a cup of coffee, right? That's all Blush Lingerie wants to know. Harmless, right?
Seemingly to illustrate just how realistic its picture is, LG outfitted an elevator floor with a TV screen that made the floor look as if it were falling away. As riders entered the elevator and pushed their floor button, the lights dimmed and flickered, nasty mechanical noises are heard and the floor falls out from underneath riders.
Of course, all the riders are likely actors. For two reasons. They all get out on the same floor they entered. And, well, we're sure LG doesn't want a rash of people suing them for causing heart attacks. And, besides, these people just don't looked scared enough. In any event, interesting stunt.