Nicole Kulwicki - Heinz
Last quote by Nicole Kulwicki
The idea was inspired by the show. The David team came to us with this idea and we felt it still worked today. We wanted to be also to share the campaign with Mad Men and Heinz fans nationwide. What is unique is that advertisers often buy an ad to get on a show. This took an ad from a show and brought it to life in the real world.feedback
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Quotes by Nicole Kulwicki
Mar 14 2017
You can be walking by the billboard and it's still very powerful, even if you don't understand the Mad Men connection. Of course, we would love Mad Men fans to pick up on it, but we feel it works very well on its own, too.feedback
Mar 14 2017
Even though Don Draper created the Pass the Heinz campaign almost 50 years ago, the communications still really work in today's world. Mr. Draper really understood the one thing every Heinz fan knows, which is to never settle for the foods you love without the great taste of Heinz. What we loved about the campaign is that it doesn't require paragraphs of copy to explain it. It features mouthwatering food images, and all that's missing is the Heinz.feedback
Jan 25 2017
The Heinz brand doesn't settle on delivering superior taste or quality, and we don't believe America should have to settle on the day after the best sports day of the year.feedback
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