At the end of last year I wrote a piece celebrating 50 years of Saatchi & Saatchi. We aren’t much given to looking backwards as…
The Swagger Waggon campaign by Saatchi & Saatchi LA for Toyota.
This is a strategy I having been wanting to try for a Minivan or MPV for ages. Because the choice of a vehicle like this is often seen as a sign that you have simply accepted your life as a parent and ‘given up’ it has long seemed to me that there was mileage in hero worshiping parenthood and in particular the fact that the choice of an MPV proves that its all working ‘down there’ if you know what I mean. This ain’t a sell out its a swagger waggon. By the way the promo is Number 2 this week in the Ad Age video viral chart.
And above everything else how about that for the first work out of the blocks after the recall – that’s a client with balls.
All the work is on the youtube channel here but I’ve posted a couple of videos below.
This is the new Carlsberg commerical from Saatchi & Saatchi aimed at galvanising the nation behind the England football team over the summer in South Africa.
It’s based on the idea that Carlsberg don’t do team talks but if they did they would be the best team talks in the world. In truth the ad is simply the culmination of a whole load of integrated activity from the trade out that has been building up from the beginning of the year. As usual a Youtube channel acts as the content hub for all the participatory activity.