Amsterdam is a city for going out and exploring. Some like to explore it too much and before they know it, it's 8am and have forgotten their own names, date of birth or where their hotel is. A straw poll by Brinker staff recently discovered that 47% of the international band of backpackers who book at the infamous hostel rarely sleep there. Using their rooms only as glorified luggage lockers, the Brinker’s young and hedonistic clientele drop their stuff and head out to indulge in activities illegal pretty much anywhere except Holland. Continuing twelve years of ultra-honest communication, the Brinker decided to use this fact to sell its beds at a low, low rate in a poster and digital campaign hitting the screens and streets of Europe this spring. Made by KesselsKramer, the campaign shows less than flattering images of guests passed out anywhere except the bed they paid for. Indeed, the campaign’s tagline reads “Pay for a bed you won’t use.” Sprawled on sofas and face down on tables, the photographs depict the youth of today at their very worst.
Print advertisment created by KesselsKramer, Netherlands for Hans Brinker, within the category: Transport.
Pay for a bed you won't use Hans Brinker Budget Hotel Amsterdam
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