Garofalo Pasta let fans enter for the chance to have a world-renown chef cook a pasta feast at their apartment. The catch? Afterwards he gets to crash on their sofa.
Caltex called on media agency MEC to develop a campaign that would give the brand a reputation facelift in the Southeast Asia market.
Sometimes the buzz generated from a word-of-mouth campaign is especially sweet.
Guests staying at the Škoda in-car hostel had the opportunity to test drive their accommodations.
Madrid's Reina Sofia Concrete Invention retrospective features customizable smartphone audio tours. It's an interactive campaign to behold.
The eco-friendly Clorox brand teams up with digital agency Critical Mass to create the Dolphin Translator app.
To support the launch of Goo Gone Oven & Grill Cleaner, Marcus Thomas created a clever DRTV campaign with an unexpected star: a talking oven with a dirty mouth.
What if you didn't have to leave your hotel room at check-out until the next guest had actually arrived. Naked Communications made that dream a reality.
Chico's launched its third annual "May Is for Miracles" campaign this past spring to drive digital engagement and donations for hospitals.
Sometimes it's important for a brand to have a sense of humor. That's why West Coast grocery chain launched it's recent f&easy multichannel campaign.
WWF partners with BBDO Moscow to create an interactive online game featuring a virtual depiction of the polar bear's plight.
To generate buzz for the release of The Elder Scrolls Online, Bethesda Softworks is sending themed food trucks to key gamer markets.
"Friends with benefits" is a phrase that takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases.
The North Lake Tahoe Marketing Cooperative took a subtle approach to its advertising initiative this past winter.
Iconic ice cream purveyor Ben & Jerry's gave its fans sweet, personal rewards with its global "Capture Euphoria" campaign.
Wellington brand Hunter Boots and agency We Are Social had a way to keep people's spirits up in gloomy weather: a social campaign called "Together Through Any Weather."
Sprint tapped Digitas and Leo Burnett—known collectively as Team Sprint—to spread the word about its "Truly Unlimited" iPhone 5 data plan.
Launched last December, the Marine's new YouTube channel, with its unique circular player, acts as a content hub for all things USMC.
Moët & Chandon's new brand ambassador Roger Federer kicked off his new role with a slick photo shoot with fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier.
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese's "Dinner, Not Art" initiative has one aim in mind: to help people create lovely macaroni art without putting a single noodle to waste.
Soon, popping the top off a bottle of Strongbow Gold might be an interactive experience.
Collectum AB, administrator for Sweden's white collar occupational pension plan, devised a clever plan to get people to open its direct mail.
R&R can be a scarce commodity among 20- and 30-something moms, which is why Chateau Ste. Michelle, a Washington state-based winery known for its Riesling, turned to Seattle agency Cole & Weber United to uncork an integrated campaign centered on a Facebook application that helps users determine their ideal wine-drinking scenario.
Ortega's Mex-Over campaign played on the idea of makeovers and drove a 477% spike on Twitter.
Farmers Insurance soups up its marketing with a racing sweepstakes.
Renault tapped Spanish agency Orbital Proximity to devise an ad for Pinterest, despite the fact that the social network doesn't currently allow traditional advertising formats.
Playing off the term "social currency," Kellogg's opened a pop-up store in London's Soho neighborhood dubbed The Tweet Shop.
North Carolina-based Cheerwine, a cherry-flavored soft drink, joined forces with NC indie country band The Avett Brothers to give fans a special treat.
Just because college students only live in dorm rooms for one year at a time doesn't mean their dorms have to be ugly or boring.
"Nothing's more important than your clubs" is a tagline designed to resonate with golf enthusiasts, the core target of BBDO New York's recent campaign for FedEx.
Babes, booze, bikinis, pizza, pillow fights—and ninjas? The Lynx Effect "Chaos Island" campaign.
Swedish contemporary art gallery Bonniers Konsthall crafted a series of exclusive—and hyper-personalized—email invitations to the VIP opening of its "More Than Sound" exhibition.
White collar professionals have been known to work 80-hour weeks. For this reason the Ultimat Vodka brandhas made it its mission to reestablish the work/life balance.
Pizza chain Little Caesars enlisted its new AOR to deliver a saucy integrated campaign that instructs customers not to do exactly what the brand does want them to do.
Wendy's' nutrition app allows users to customize meals based on desired caloric intake or by selecting items from its menu.
Behind every successful athlete is a dedicated coach—a point the U.K. arm of Gillette aimed to emphasize with its "Great Start" Olympics campaign.
Škoda España was on a hunt for the biggest pile of junk in Spain this spring as part of its "Change My Car" campaign.
To drum up excitement for the premiere of its rebooted 1980s cartoon sensation Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in September, Nickelodeon joined forces with Tribal DDB Worldwide's New York arm.
Digital shop Firstborn NY took pinning to another level with the "UNIQLO Dry Mesh Project," a social initiative intended to raise awareness about the Japanese clothing brand.
Tourism Ireland encouraged Londoners to pack a bag this summer and head over to Ireland to "Escape the Madness" wrought on the city by the Olympics.
Italian motorcycle company Moto Guzzi put a new spin on the 90-year-old brand's online presence with a revamped social hubsite.
Voyeurism meets interactivity in IKEA's "In the Kitchen" initiative, a digital effort that uses entertainment to demonstrate the practical nature of an IKEA kitchen.
Pampers Canada used Facebook to create the first-ever version of "O Canada" performed entirely by babies.
Customers who check into a Denny's restaurant in all 50 states win a savory prize: free Grand Slam breakfasts for life.
According to Snickers, when people are hungry, they do stupid things.
Hiscox's 'Leap Year' Web series builds brand awareness and affinity for the business insurance provider.
Powerboat retailer Russo Marine launched a multichannel promotion to rev up traffic to its physical showroom.
With design help from digital agency Inwindow Outdoor, Beneful created digital dog parks in five cities across the U.S., including one in a New York subway station.
TruGreen called on Publicis Dallas to create a humorous integrated campaign designed to alert homeowners to the hazards of DIY lawn care.
A viral campaign orchestrated by Warner Bros. and DC Comics rewarded loyal Batman fans with a preview of a preview.
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