Primark in Manchester is one of the main focal points for many people, cheap fun and you can throw it away at the end of the night! Disposable shopping has definately been a most fashionable trend, especially for all the people that can’t afford a new designer wardrobe every month. Although personally lately I think this cheap Primark shopping is becoming a fashion victims home. You used to be able to find a bargain and no one would know any better, now everyone is wearing exactly the same things, what happened to individuality??
I was further more put off by Primark (and various other comapnies) when I found that it’s not only making innocent shoppers fashion victims but also the people on the other side of the world in India victims as well. They work upto 90 hours a week on as little as 5p and day, making in total around £17-£22 a month! Nobody deserves to have to work in those kind of conditions, especially for our little shopping habits and for the financial gain of a buy generic viagra online greedy comapny.
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This ad made us chuckle while watching BigBrother on Friday night….
Cadbury’s have just launched a £6.2m campaign for Dairy Milk overnight cialis featuring a gorilla playing the drum solo of Phil Collins’ track ‘In the Air Tonight’. The ad was written and directed by Sony Bravia ‘balls’ creative director Juan Cabral of Fallon London. Rather than wet our appeite for gorgeous tasting chocolate, the ad simply aims to entertain.
Laurence Green, planning director of Fallon, “Cadbury traditionally did well-built ads for the interruption age when consumers had an implicit media deal with advertisers. In exchange for free TV they would allow
us to interrupt their programmes with commercials,” says Green. “The nation has a massive soft spot for CDM and it is deeply embedded in the national psyche. For a brand that is so well known, it’s arguable whether the old style interruption advertising model is the best model for the future. So we are trying to engage more genuinely with our audience.”
“Chocolate is about joy and pleasure. For years Cadbury has told us that it was generous, through the glass and a half strap line. We thought, don’t tell us how generous you are; show us. Don’t tell us about joy; show us joy.”
Personally, I think the ad works. Some might say the ad’s a risk due to the lack of product or even mention of the C word. Something that makes you smile so effortlessly is contagious. What do you think?
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