As anyone who’s ever done it will fast tell you, moving house is typically a bloody awful affair.
And McDonald’s in Canada has tapped into that theme in an oddball new poster campaign that says, once the job’s done, movers should reward themselves with a Big Mac and fries all via its McDelivery service.
The campaign’s the work of Cossette ad agency and apparently has to do with most rental agreements in Canada – namely in Quebec – running for 12 months and ending on July the 1st when a lot of people move out.
As you’ll see below, the posters have been cleverly designed to look like a removalist’s van and a Macca’s menu item. Fries, a Big Mac and a Egg McMuffin all getting the treatment. Check them out below:
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