This category will honor those efforts that successfully communicate to teens or young adults.
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Rural teen boys grow up in cultures that accept smokeless tobacco (“dip”) as a part of life. And because cigarettes have been the focal point of decades of public health communication, dip usage is largely ignored. This campaign is designed to educate rural teen boys about the health consequences of dip by tapping into what makes them unique: their natural curiosity and native digital search behaviors. With a unique “anti-call-to-action,” we dared them to engage with us, creating an innovative way to communicate the serious health consequences of dip use.
Brand: FDA's The Real Cost
Client: FDA Center for Tobacco Products
Agency: FCB New York
Vkusomagiya, come true! An exceptional curd come true!
How to enter the market of dairy products for school children with healthy curds if children don’t like healthy food and competitors offer a great variety of products? To create something so surprising that a child not only agrees to eat it, but also wants to play with it. That’s how Vkusomagiya curds appeared: they consist of two layers that, mixed together by a child, create an unexpected third flavor. Did children like the curds? Even more than we expected: in 3 months we managed to get a 20% share of the segment and double the preference of the brand.
Brand: Chudo detki
Client: PepsiCo Holdings LLC
Agency: Rodnaya Rech
Big Mac x Bacon Collaboration
We used the return of the Big Mac Bacon as an opportunity to make McDonald’s a more attractive brand to one of their most allusive audiences - Young Canadians. To attract these young trendsetters we created a collaboration between the Big Mac and Bacon, designing the entire campaign to look like an exclusive album drop.
Brand: McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd.
Client: McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited