26 April 2011 - 2:43pm | posted by | 4 comments

OgilvyAction creates royal wedding ad for Post-it

OgilvyAction creates royal wedding ad for Post-itOgilvyAction creates royal wedding ad for Post-it
OgilvyAction creates royal wedding ad for Post-it

Ogilvy Group’s brand activation arm OgilvyAction has created a tactical royal wedding-themed outdoor campaign for 3M’s Post-it Super Sticky Notes.

The campaign creative shows a giant Post-it Super Sticky Note with the names of the royal couple hand-written with a heart, while the strapline reads ‘Holds stronger and longer’.

The campaign went live on 24 April and is set to run for two weeks, appearing in high-visibility sites across London including a 48 sheet outside Fulham Broadway station and a 48 sheet on the New Kings Road.

3M brand manager Helene Manga said of the campaign: “OgilvyAction came to us proactively with this initiative. As soon as we saw it we knew we couldn’t say no to the campaign.”

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Anonymous (not verified)
26 Apr 2011 - 15:42
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The first of many rubbish Royal Wedding tactical ideas we'll see this week.

How predictable.

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Anonymous (not verified)
26 Apr 2011 - 15:50
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Stronger and longer? Ooer missus - and total crap.

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Anonymous (not verified)
26 Apr 2011 - 16:18
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"As soon as we saw it we knew we (should have said) no to the campaign".

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26 Apr 2011 - 23:20
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Yawn

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