Independent integrated agency The Idea Shed, has launched a new campaign for client Carlton & United Breweries (CUB) to promote its range of non-alcoholic beers.
The Idea Shed was tasked with developing a campaign that showcased CUB’s non-alcoholic beer portfolio of Great Northern Zero, Carlton Zero and Peroni Libera.
The Idea Shed created a shopping experience, with July being synonymous with taking a break from alcohol, the agency took this opportunity to really celebrate a whole FOMO-free month with its MONTH FOR IT! campaign.
Created were three campaign visuals highlighting easily recognisable key drinking occasions such as Friday Drinks, Thursday Night Footy and Lunches with Mates. The disruptive, occasion-led campaign was activated both in-store and online, acting as a signpost for the NAB category.
Sarah Nielsen, senior manager – national activation, CUB said: “We are excited to see ‘MONTH FOR IT! reach our consumers in July.
“The Idea Shed developed an impactful occasion-led campaign to help CUB establish our non-alcoholic beer portfolio as the signpost for the category.
“It delivers a disruptive non-alcoholic destination for our customers in-store and online and gives shoppers more reason to choose.
“With people often choosing July to take a break from alcohol, we wanted to shout out about the opportunity to really celebrate a whole FOMO-free month with our MONTH FOR IT! campaign.”
John Volckman, Director atThe Idea Shed, said: “The campaign highlights easily recognisable key drinking occasions that, because of CUB’s non-alcohol beer range, shoppers wanting an alcohol-free option could still very much be a part of.”
Richie Strettell: Director
John Volckman: Director
Rich McCrum: General manager
Dan Adams: Group account director
Kieran Cook: Senior account manager
Michele Verze: Design director
Mike Avery: Art director
Dale Bennetto: Head of content
Elkie Pieterse: Studio manager
Adrian Moore: Head of strategy
Suzana Matesic: account manager
Angelique Kyritsis: Activation specialist, integrated marketing campaigns & NPD
Kate Sellar: Trade activation manager, NPD & integrated marketing campaigns
Sarah Nielsen: Senior manager – National activation
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