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Harvey the dog returns for final Thinkbox ad


By Ishbel Macleod | PR and social media consultant

December 4, 2014 | 2 min read

Harvey the dog has returned to TV screens in his last ad for Thinkbox, to tell the world that he is in love.

Created by The Red Brick Road, the new TV ad will premiere on broadcast TV on Boxing Day and will introduce viewers to the love of Harvey’s life.

Andrew MacGillivray, Thinkbox’s marketing director, said: “Harvey has been a fantastic ambassador for Thinkbox, striking a chord with both the general public and the ad industry. We’ve witnessed the incredible effects of TV advertising first hand.

“Thinkbox will carry on advertising on TV but we always had in mind that we wanted to complete Harvey’s story at some point. Now feels like the right time and there’s no better way to leave him than in love.”

This is the third ad starring the dog, following 2010’s ‘Dog’s Home’ and 2012’s ‘Harvey & Rabbit’ (below)

The new TV ad will be screened across a variety of broadcast and on-demand TV channels represented by Thinkbox’s shareholders and their partner channels.

Harvey the Dog Thinkbox The Red Brick Road

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Red Brick Road are a 14 year old independent agency based in London's Clerkenwell area. Our proposition is clear and focused: we specialize in creating ideas that get your brand a following. One where people cherish you, admire you and essentially become your media - ultimately generating a higher ROI.Our Team operate at the forefront of trends, tech and ideas. We are obsessed with not only getting our clients strong, game-changing results, but also with seeping their brand into culture and getting them under the skin of consumers. We believe in giving comms a long life, not a shelf-life. A brand without a following gets left behind.

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