This campaign informs audiences that OXO organizational products are the perfect way to tackle the everyday “disasters”found in homes. OXO products are beautifully designed and inspire a clean, uncluttered living environment.They are an easy and affordable way to control the chaos.
This campaign reminds audiences that having white teeth doesn’t automatically give you good breath. People can often tell what you’ve been eating just from your breath. Oral-B toothbrushes now come with a unique tongue cleaner that gives comprehensive protection against halitosis. Oral-B: Don’t let your breath tell a story.
This campaign shows audiences that Brembo improves your car’s braking system and sets you apart from the herd. Brembo’s iconic red design signifies a commitment to automotive performance and individual style.
This campaign invites outdoor-lovers to visit Alaska, not just for the scenery, but also for the adventure. Alaska is the largest state in the United States. It features countless natural areas to explore and a unique pioneering spirit that welcomes adventurers. Why be a tourist, when you can be a traveller? Why settle for a vacation, when you can take a journey of discovery?
The Food Network is moving away from its image as a channel that plays-it-safe with a series of edgy communications. Our campaign lets young male viewers know that the Food Network isn’t just for families anymore by tying into the notorious underground “Gastrosexual” movement.
This campaign introduces audiences to Jive’s enterprise social network platform, which brings the innovations of consumer social applications to business. In a way, Jive combines work with social life.
This campaign repositions Bank of America as a friendly bank that is committed to developing a healthy, symbiotic relationship with its customers. It’s a timely, tongue-in-cheek reminder that trust is an essential, time-honored, natural instinct.