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  • 1. “A great ad campaign can change the world.” Brian Schiller B Advertising Portfolio
  • 2. Table of Contents Brunswick Zone pg 1,2,3 Bucikowo.com pg 4,5,6 Bumb Bloks pg 7,8,9 The Fiat 500 pg 10,11,12 Think before you ;-) (PSA) pg 13,14,15 Truvia pg 16,17,18,19 GiG-Get up Get fit Go Play (PSA) pg 20,21,22
  • 3. 1 “It’s better than a game”
  • 4. Target audience: Men 18-26 Women 16-24 Secondary audience: Boys 5-13 Girls 5-13 This ad will be target to informing consumers about how much fun bowling can be with Brunswick. To appeal to the targeted audience were going to use imagery that is familiar with the audience. Using an image of a smart phone and a text message shows that bowling is popular, but it is the new place to be. 2 The ad will be targeted to children with the idea that the parents will be read- ing the ad, while the children will be interpreting the ad. This will build a base of customers at an early age and will be designed to keep these young bowlers as they grow up throughout their teenage years
  • 5. Its better than a game Web banner: The web banner will be placed in social media outlets, such as facebook and myspace. Also we will place the banners on popular search engines that generate high volume such as google and yahoo. We also want to use society pages such as the Chicago land site metromix.com, as a way to in- form the target audience about the excitement of Brunswick Zone. Billboard: The Billboard campaign will be designed to be informative outdoors, but dynamic and entertaining indoors. The use of text message style copy will help relate our target seg- ment to better relate that Brunswick Zone speaks to them 3 Direct Mail: The direct mail campaign will focus on neighborhoods surrounding current Brunswick zone centers. and many will have copy such as; Bring this mailer in for a free game. PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #364 John Smith 1234 Fake Street Des Plaines Il, 60708 Bowling at Brunswick Zone has be- come the hottest place to hang out, compete and party the night awaw. Serving great drinks, spicy musjc, and a unique experience few can offer. So put on your bowling shoes, and come out and play at Brunswick Zone! Its better then a gameCreative copy writing and imagery will speak to the target audience by using clever phrases and spelling that young people will understand.
  • 6. 4 “HOT Shoes HOTTER Prices”
  • 7. (Professional Account) During campaign Bucikowo will be featured fash- ion shows in the Chicago land area. Fashion shows include: August 2009 Rockahaulic Fashion Fest. October 2009 Fall to Winter Fashion Show November 2009 Latin Fashion Week December 2009 MGO Magic Fashion Show December 2009 Mark Wayne Intimate’s Fashion Target market: Woman 19-26 Secondary Market Woman 30-45 Campaign Length: August 13, 2009 - December 31, 2009 Fall into winter fashion show Date: October 1, 2009 Venue: SpyBar Chicago Produced and Promoted event Venders: Bucikowo.com Frewena Fashion Sponsors: Sharon Daniel Salon Titos Homemade Vodka Contributors: MADA Photography Mario Ink Body Paint Models: Danielle Desimone Anna Shilov Elisa Robles April Doty Brenda Mercado Christina Schmitt Mary Jane Roxy Wallace Thea Fernandez Jamie Lee Charpetta Staff: Project Manager: Brian Schiller Stylist: Fidel Gonzalez This was the first fashion show Bucikowo shoes were featured. The project attracted a large crowd and cre- ated a positive image for Bucikowo, that translated into eventual sales. 5 Print adverting created to be placed in Local Chicago fashion magazines, and Cultural Journals.
  • 8. Latino Fashion Week Date: November 2-8, 2009 Promoted event Styled product Direct marketing campaign for Bucikowo.com Venues: Green Dolphin Chicago Center of Performing arts Dana Hotel V-Live Magic Fashion show Date: December 17, 2009 Promoted event styled product Direct marketing campaign for Bucikowo.com Venues: Edge Lounge Postcards were used as direct marketing strategy. The postcards were handed out, given to VIP’s and used as ways to find and contact Bucikowo. 6 Catalog created to advertise product as an online store. Used in all fashion shows, and samples were given to promotional models. New business cards are to be added to the campaign to enhance the new Bucikowo image.
  • 9. 7 “Build it Bump it”
  • 10. In the market of toys for children, there is one consistent bigger is better. This important for two reasons, one being safety, and two bigger toys always get more attention in the eyes of a child. knowing those facts Bump Bloks is the newest toy on the Children’ market. With the use of large shapes and bright colors, we feel confident Bump Bloks will grab every child’s attention and curiosity. The Bump Bloks campaign will focus on children who are 18 months and up. Also the campaign will target parents, to inform them of the fun their children can get from Bump Bloks. Build it bump it Billboards-Out Door Advertisement The second billboard, is a highway billboard designed to tie in the dynamic advertising, and the standard billboard. This will be a 3 dimensional ad using large Bump Bloks to create a Bump Block environment. The use of the logo at the center will unify the ad with all the campaign texture, and various elements. Target market: Boys 1-5 Girls 1-5 Secondary Market Woman 30-45 Men 30-45 8 Dynamic Advertising Instead of having a standard billboard blending in with highway advertising. Bump Bloks has decided to do something completely dynamic. The ad is a life size castle using enlarged Bump Bloks, that will be placed along some of the most congested highways. This ad can put children that are stuck in traffic into a day dreaming state, while create wonder and curiosity for both adults and parents alike. Billboards are meant to create awareness of Bump Bloks and how much fun they can be. The first is a standard billboard, using the tag-line: “Build it Bump it.” This will create a fun environment for both parents and children depicting how much fun it is to build with Bump Bloks, but is just has much fun as knocking Bump Blocks down and starting over.
  • 11. Magazine advertising-Print Magazines will be a key aspect of the Bump Bloks campaign. There are two different concepts appealing to both children and parents. The concept of sing bright colors and fun graphic elements will reach children depicting a fun relatable environment. Both concepts will use a full and half page ad’s to recycle the campaign. The two ad’s will be placed in magazines that create the strongest awareness. 9 Build it bump it Build it bump it LEARN Build it bump it
  • 12. 10 Fiat fever catch it
  • 13. Wanna go for a ride? The Fiat 500, will have product placement is some of today’s most exciting movies. This will create brand awareness, and create exciting image of the car, and how it can perform. To attract the target market, the Fiat will use some sex appeal to create interest and buzz about the car. This half page print ad is a perfect example of this concept. Target Market: Men 21-26 Women 19-25 11 Chrysler and Fiat have teamed up to the release of the European classic, the Fiat 500. To catch the new target market’s attention a new exciting logo will needed to be created that will display this a new and exciting new Fiat! The big idea to open the campaign will be movie placement. This will create buzz and excitement about the car, which in return cre- ated interest and sales. New LogoOld Logo
  • 14. Billboard advertising will be placed in highways, and malls. These high volume area, will target mainly women, and place them in a exciting environment that relates to them. The tag line: “Fiat fever,” will be used with these kind of advertising to create buzz, and curiosity about the car. Bus advertising will also use the Fiat fever con- cept, but also challenge consumers who use the bus, to try driving the Fiat 500. 12
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  • 16. 14 Think before you wink (PSA) Teenage girls from the ages of 13 to 19 are the most susceptible to this danger and the campaign will primarily focus on them. To create an effective campaign the introductory length of the campaign will run 6 months with the possibility to recycle further past the campaign length. The advertis- ing campaign will heavily focus on print and web media. Ads will be placed in nationwide teenage magazines such as “Seventeen” and “CosmoGirl.” PSA Concept The advertising campaign will heavily focus on print and web media. Ads will be placed in na- tionwide teenage magazines such as “Seventeen” and “CosmoGirl.” There will also be placed ads on billboards near Middle School, High School, and even some colleges, which will contain the mes- sage to be aware of Online Sexual Exploitation. Target market: Women 13-19 Men 13-19 This print advertising is designed to warn teenage girls of the dangers of talking to someone they do not know. This print advertising targets teenage girls to just be careful when chatting on the internet Team Members: Heidi Kushner Allana Kernis Brian Schiller Kris Sanchez
  • 17. Radio Spot #1 Guy#1: [Cell phone beeps – income message] Guy#2: Who’s texting you now? Guy#1: Man (inhale) this one chick, she’s so hot! Guy#2: Oh yeah? Guy#1: [Receive incoming picture] OH MAN! Guy#2: What? What is it? Guy#1: Check this out. [Shows guy#2 the picture] Guy#2: Oh man is right, she is beyond hot! Guy#1: See I told you! Guy#2: Dude, send that pic to my phone. Guy#1: Alright Guy#2: [Cell phone beep – incoming message] Nice! Thanks man! [Guys high five] Once you hit send it is out of your control. This message brought to you by the Ad Council to promote awareness of online sexual exploitation. Radio Spot #2 SFX: Keyboard typing, instant messaging sound. Girl: [Giggling] SFX: Keyboard typing,instant messaging sound. Girl: [Giggling] SFX: Keyboard typing, mouse click. Instant messaging sound. Phone rings. Girl: Hello? What are you talking about? [IM sound] What do you mean there’s a picture of me online? Let me look it up. [Concerned] Girl: [Shocked] Oh my god. Girl: Mom, I’m sorry! Announcer: Once you send it, you can’t take it back. Think before you wink. This message brought to you by the Ad council to promote awareness about teen online sexual exploitation. 15 Indoor billboards will be placed in malls and in schools. These are known areas were the target audience will notice and be effected by the important messages the billboards deliver. The use of the campaign logo, will create familiarity with the target audience creating an effective image that will tell teenagers to think before they ;-) Web banners will be placed in social media outlets such as; facebook, myspace, and twitter. Also banner will be seen on popular search engines, along with magazine web sites such as Teen, Cosmo Girl, and Teen Vogue.
  • 18. 16 “Nature’s sweet secret”
  • 19. Target Audience: Women 25-45 17 After we get the attention of our audience, it is important that we show how Truvia will fit into their daily routines. Therefore, we included a coffee cup below the billboard to reinforce the practical uses of Truvia for those who may not have previously seen the product. Team Members: Breene Ward Ali Ferril Tony Sorveno Brian Schiller Michelle Dipaollo BillboardAmbient Advertising Other billboards include transit advertising that will be placed along train stations and other forms of other public transportation. These billboards will be in high traffic areas where consumers are likely to notice and read.
  • 20. The ad’s themselves are designed to give the image that Truvia has been natures sweetest secret, and has grown in use, and popularity across the globe. There are two separate web banners each with a message that conveys the message of the popular use of Truvia, but also tells us how Truvia’s popularity has spread. Print Advertising will be used in today’s modern health magazine’s, such as, Today’s Fitness, and Better Health. Also the ad will be placed in Parenting magazines that will full reach the target market. 18 Web banners Full page magazine ad’s
  • 21. Scene 1: The world has turned for decades without knowing nature’s sweet secret! Camera: Zoom into rotating earth Scene 2: The secret sprouted from nature’s purest ingredients. Camera: Zoom in South America Scene 4: Soon this pure secret was not a se- cret, as the world was introduced to nature’s sweetness! Camera: The whole world will be seen spreading stevia plants Scene 5: Today, nature’s sweet secret has journeyed across the world. Camera: The whole world can be scene along with Truvia sweet surrounding the world Scene 6: Truvia, is nature’s purest and natu- ral sweetener that can be used to satisfy all of our needs. Camera: The globe, sugar, and logo can be seen Scene 7: Truvia, nature’s sweet secret. Camera: Shot of white background with Truvia logo Story BoardHalf page advertisment 19
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  • 23. Today children are more likely to develop eating disorders,  become overweight, and even worse social outocast. The Ad  Council educates the importance of play, and an active life.  A push for a healthy America!         www.letsmove.gov F tGet i i L L L et up LL o playG G(PSA) Get up Get Fit Go play Today children are less likely to simply go out and play. With the options of television, internet, and video games, its very common for most children to develop poor eating habits, a poor active life, and eventually become over weight. G.I.G. is an organization created to help encour- age, parents and children to get up, and go play. With the use of fun typography, and neutral colors, speaks to both boys and girls. 21 Magazine Target Audience: Boys 5-13 Girls 5-13 Secondary Audience: Men 29-40 Women 27-40 This type dominant ad, introduces the campaign logo “GIG.” The full page advertisement is a call to action to both children and parents about how important it is for children to play, and stay active. This full page ad is a perfect example of the problem among today’s children. The look of boredom, shows that generally children are bored, and not stimulated. Like the type ad this advertisement is another call to action to get children to get up and play.
  • 24. 22 Billboard Web Banner This billboard is used to push the campaign logo, and the call to action. The billboard ties in the print campaign and reminds the target audience of the consumer of logo, and the organizations behind the campaign. The web banner is an animated banner that uses the campaign logo as a call to action to the target market. Out of shape figure standing confused Informative copy describing the problem Out of shape figure walking to couch Out of shape figure sits on couch watches other kids play and football passes by figure. Informative copy detailing the problem. Out of shape figure is offered to play and declines while copy enters frame calling to action children and parents of how important play is. Campaign logo, along with orginization logo comes into frame Today children are more likely to develop eating disorders such as obesity due to an inactive life. Due to many factors such as television, the internet, and video games, children have become less motivated and less willing to play. All children need at least two hours of play a day. The Ad council teamed up with letsmove.gov will be spreading the message of how important it is for children to go out and play. This 30 second commercial is designed to be con- sistent with the print campaign. The commercial shows how children have become disinterested, and are less likely to go out and play. The ad is a call to action to both parents and children to get out go play and get fit. Story Board

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