Commerce & Shopper: Single-Retailer Program- Mass Merchants

For campaigns that ran with a tailored, retailer-specific idea and excecuted that idea at a single retail mass merchant chain.

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College Care Essentials

Going Back-to-College with Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson's upper respiratory line was about to see a major cut in distribution at Walmart. And with Cold and Flu season right around the corner, that just couldn't happen. So, they teamed up with Kleenex and Clorox and went back-to-college to create a total care solution that was perfect for parents and their newly independent college students. This program saved the brand's distribution at Walmart and exceeded expectations while helping J&J gain additional merchandising support across all Walmart stores.


Brand: Johnson & Johnson
Client: Johnson & Johnson
Agency: Geometry Global
Language: English

McDonald's & Coca-Cola

The Sip, Share and Win program was born out of an idea that identified and utilized an important yet understated retail asset in the restaurant business: the drive-thru. While a traditional shopper marketing activation typically relies on activating the inside environment of a restaurant, we recognized the value of the drive-thru for its ability to connect with shoppers by leveraging a seasonal insight. Focusing on the outside retail asset and connecting it with a seasonal insight helped McDonald's stem and reverse a continuous decline in its soft drink sales.


Brand: McDonald's & Coca-Cola
Client: McDonald's
Agency: Leo Burnett/Arc
Language: English

Huggins-Baby Says


Brand: Huggins
Client: Kimberly-Clark China
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Shanghai
Language: Mandarin

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2020_cse_2020_e-4815-542_hero_1 MillerCoors Pints and Plates Pizza Pairings at Walmart
2020_cse_2020_e-5254-756_hero_1 Kraft Heinz, General Mills and PepsiCo Publix’s “Recipe for Happiness”
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