Solution: Package rocks, twigs and leaves as retail products and place them in the store space available - the product racks and shelves! These items showed customers that unless you buy the The North Face gear, you'll have to depend on these to survive outdoors.
Results: Customers were instantly drawn to the merchandise. (Some even wanted to buy them?!) Better still, purchase of the The North Face products increased by 38%. Not bad for a campaign built on twigs, leaves and stones.
Ambient advertisment created by Saatchi & Saatchi, Philippines for The North Face, within the category: Fashion.
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Manila, Philippines
Creative Directors: Andrew Petch, Tony Sarmiento, Raoul Floresca, Trixie Diyco
Art Director: Janette de Veyra
Copywriters: Paolo Agulto, Maan Agsalud
Agency Producers: Rodel Quitain, Dennis Obien
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