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The shortlist for this year’s Marketing Society Star Awards is out and this year we’re rather proud to have been shortlisted 16 times for a whole range of work from our IRN-BRU work to our campaign in support of Breast Cancer.
Of course nominations are no guarantee of glory on the night but hats off to all those who burnt some considerable midnight oil telling stories that have made a healthy difference to the brands and clients we work with.
Goggle-eyed Youtube viewers have now watched our new Mum ad for IRN-BRU over a million times.
This puts her ample charms in good company. Our Snowman, Fanny and New Fella ads for the champion ginger are also feeling rather flush on the viewfront with the Frosty fanny combo clocking up more than 2m plus views apiece.
The work featuring Danny MacAskill for s1 jobs is also right up there with a couple of million plus so if you’re looking to join similar company can Mr Tarrant and give us a call.
What’s that got to do with our recent Scottish Government Bowel Cancer campaign we hear you say, above the revving engines?
Recently we’ve been all over the country, promoting the Scottish Government’s Detect Cancer Early and Organ Donation campaigns.
While our field marketing teams have been out in force at a number of SPL and SFL football matches, we’ve attended a couple of stand out events in recent weeks – the Scottish Motorcycle Show in Ingliston and the piece de resistance, the Stockcar Racing at Cowdenbeath Racewall.
But it wasn’t just any raceday, it was the Unlimited Bangers World Cup.
These great events attract thousands of people, so though you may have missed the Ingliston event, you can see the stock car racing every Saturday.
And why not take your mum, your dad and you second uncle Vlad, and during the interval serenade them with our “smash hit” The Poo Song, to make sure they do their Bowel Cancer screening test when it comes through the post.
With the help of Scottish actor Billy Boyd (Pippin in Lord of the Rings), we made this short film to raise awareness about the Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay (QBR). As part of the countdown to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the Queen’s Baton will visit every one of the Commonwealth’s 71 Nations and Territories, before it arrives back Glasgow in time for the Opening Ceremony.
The film was first shown at the announcement of the QBR route and was mentioned on STV as a result. It will continue to be used to spread information and raise awareness of the QBR as it begins its journey and travels around the world.