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Chip Shop Awards Ad of the Week: ‘Stop Childhood Obesity’

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By The Drum Team | Editorial

February 10, 2012 | 1 min read

A spoof campaign for Haribo, Pringles and KFC has been voted The Chip Shop Awards Ad of the Week.

The ‘Stop Childhood Obesity’ campaign by Creative Vein has been entered in the Best Consumer Ad or Campaign category for the awards.

In the run-up to the entry deadline on 16 March, the Chip Shop Awards website is carrying out a weekly public vote to recognise some of the best ads entered so far.

The Chip Shop Awards are an international creative awards scheme with no limits or rules - it's all about ideas. The work need not have run and the creator need not work for the client, and categories include ‘best reject’ and ‘best work for any brand you haven't a hope of winning’.

You can start casting your votes for next Friday’s Ad of the Week now.

Last week’s winner was a spoof ‘Free Snowman’ ad for Ikea, created by freelancer Steve Lownes.

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