Housecleaning is seen as a ‘necessary evil’ and certainly not something at the top of people’s minds. To create excitement and conversations, we used an interesting insight that women in Singapore wished their men could be more involved in doing the housework.
Introducing the Angry Wives Club (AWC) - a fictitious support group where these 'frustrated' women can come together and find ways to rectify their situation. AWC helps women figure out how to ‘treat’ their men, and gives them a platform to learn and exchange tips on how to get their men to help out. The Easy Sweeper is featured as one of the key tips because it makes cleaning so simple men have no more excuses to cop out. To top it off, women can show off their ‘converted’ men through a photo contest to win attractive prizes. Facebook app – http://www.angrywivesclub.com
Digital advertisment created by Wunderman, Singapore for Scotch-Brite, within the category: House, Garden.
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