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McDonald’s is Turning Reddit’s ‘Hamburger Menu’ into an Real Burger Menu



On December 3, McDonald’s is putting a unique spin on a classic internet icon – the Hamburger Menu – in honor of its inventor, Norm Cox.

In the 1980s, Norm Cox changed the Internet forever by simplifying the dropdown menu on websites to create what is now known as the “Hamburger Menu.” As fellow burger lovers, McDonald’s is inviting fans to celebrate Norm’s Hamburger Menu on his birthday, December 3, through a creative activation that will make Internet history.

To help with pulling off a birthday celebration for an Internet Icon, McDonald’s is partnering with Reddit, the Internet’s front page. For the hamburger themed party, McDonald’s is dressing up Reddit’s beloved mascot Snoo, posting unique content, and taking over Reddit.com’s ‘Hamburger Menu’. Snoo will become the Snooburglar and wear McDonald’s iconic Hamburglar costume. Snooburglar is the perfect way for McDonald’s to incorporate Hamburglar’s burger-loving legacy and makes them the third brand that Reddit has ever allowed to ‘decorate’ Snoo.

On December 3, the adorable Snooburglar will show Redditors and burger fans alike how to get a hamburger through the Internet’s ‘Hamburger Menu’ for the first time ever. Content abouthow McDonald’s is changing up the hamburger menu in honor of Norm’s birthday will appear on Reddit and McDonald’s social media channels. Watch the launch video here. Also, Redditors can ask the one and only Norm Cox questions in an “Ask Me Anything” session hosted by McDonald’s at 2 p.m./CT on December 3.

Also, McDonald’s is celebrating Norm by making even more internet history and letting you get a burger through a Hamburger Menu. For one day only, fans can redeem deals on the McDonald’s app by clicking on the Hamburger Menu featured on the mobile versions of Reddit.com and McDonalds.com. Lastly, McDonald’s is updating the ‘Hamburger Menu’ icon to resemble a delicious McDonald’s burger.

McDonald’s Hamburger Menu Takeover Credits \

CLIENT: McDonald’s, US
Chief Marketing Officer: Morgan Flatley
Vice President of Marketing and Brand Content: Kenny Mitchell
Marketing Manager, US Brand Engagement and Social Content: Joseph Piaskowy
Marketing Supervisor, US Brand and Digital Content: Jaclyn Holtzman
Digital Optimization Manager: Shaurice Terry
Supervisor, U.S. Communications: Jessica Shulze
Manager, Media Relations, Global Communications: Andrea Abate
Manager, Brand Public Relations and Reputation: Emily Lyons

CREATIVE AGENCY: We Are Unlimited
Chief Creative Officer, DDB North America: Ari Weiss
Chief Creative Officer, We Are Unlimited: Toygar Bazarkaya
Chief Technology Officer, DDB North America: Alexander Rhea
Executive Creative Director: A. Chris Moreira
Executive Creative Director: Mark Schöller
Associate Creative Director/Art: Jon Leachman
Associate Creative Director/Art: Jon Pliego
Associate Creative Director/Copy: Jeff Barry
Copywriter: Sarah Dembkowski
Art Director: Georgia Taylor
Account Supervisor: Carly Richter
Group Account Director: Chris Bergen
Integrated Project Manager: Andy Sandrick
Lead Developer: Ryan Carlos
Digital Art Director: Jim White
Digital Copywriter: Patrick Winegar
VP, Platforms and Partners: Justin Hood
Talent Manager: Shirley White
Motion Graphics Designer: Shane Swinnea
Senior Motion Graphics Designer: Chris Guy

PRODUCTION COMPANY: We Are Unlimited
Director: Nikki Calabrese
Director of Photography: Jake Wilganowski
Audio Supervisor: Jack Cline
Production Coordinator: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
AC: Blake McNay
Editor: Mike Schwab
Audio Engineer: Justin Mayer

Media Agency: OMD
Associate Director of Social Media: Maura McNulty
Group Account Director: Erin Kienast
Media Supervisor: Kelly Martin
Media Coordinator: Marianna Bonadonna

Public Relations Agency: Golin

Media Partner: Reddit
Brand Strategist: Kyle Rogers
Account Manager: Anthony Gaba

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McDonald’s Gets #ReindeerReady with Christmas Campaign by Leo Burnett London



Building on the success of its Christmas campaign last year, McDonald’s is getting #ReindeerReadyagain.

Created by Leo Burnett London, the activity aims to build brand affinity for McDonald’s during the chaotic Christmas period and increase visits.

The agency has created a film that depicts Father Christmas and his reindeer as they journey around the UK on Christmas Eve. While he receives an abundance of mince pies, people seem to have forgotten to put anything out for the reindeer. Theysoldier on as best they can on their biggest night of the year but eventually the lack of carrots catches up with them and they come to a bumpy landing . Fortunately, Father Christmas spots one of the McDonald’s restaurants, and rushes towards it to stock up on carrots for his reindeer.

With media planning and buying by OMD UK, the film will run on TV, cinema, VOD and social. In a media first, the campaign will launch with an advertising premier, with a broadcaster integrated partnership across ITV, Channel 4 and Sky. Following initial teaser idents, the full 90-second commercial launches on 18th November. Also in 60-second, 40-second, and 30-second cut down versions, the campaign will run for six weeks.

McDonald’s, which has rebranded its carrot bags asReindeer Treats to fit with the theme of the campaign, has also created a magical digital experience on Snapchat, ‘through a lens-based’ game that transforms the player’s face into a reindeer and prompts them to catch as many falling carrots as possible. The number of carrots caught can then be used as fuel for Father Christmas’reindeer, determining how fast they fly through the sky. Snapchat filters are available for customers visiting McDonald’s restaurants.

The #ReindeerReady website will host exciting competitions, including a Christmas jumper giveaway and an animated e-book for parents and children to read together in the lead up to Christmas. McDonald’s are also bringing families an extra piece of magic on Christmas Day itself with the return of Reindeer Ready Live, an augmented reality tool which allows parents to capture the magical moment a reindeer enters their home at Christmas to share with their children.

Chaka Sobhani, CCO at Leo Burnett London said:“After last year, we wanted to build even more fun ways to help get the country Reindeer Ready. With a unique and playful Snapchat lens and filters, an exclusive reindeer e-book, Christmas jumper giveaways, Festive branded carrots and the magical story of Father Christmas and his Reindeer, we hope this year’s McDonald’s campaign warms the hearts of the nation and captures a bit of the magical anticipation of Christmas.”

Ben Fox, Marketing Director for Brand Experience and Media at McDonald’s, said: “Our Reindeer Ready campaign aims to deliver a little magic for everyone this Christmas.”

In addition to the brand activity, Leo Burnett has created a campaign to support the McDonald’s promotional food and drink items this Christmas including the launch of the new Chicken Big Tasty and the Millionaire’s Latte for McCafé, featuring the limited edition festive cups. This activity runs across a variety of channels including OOH, press and digital.


CREDITS:

Leo Burnett credits
Chief Creative Officer: Chaka Sobhani
Creative Director: Pete Heyes
Creatives: Andrew Long and James Millers
Head of TV Production: Graeme Light
Client Services Director: Layla Potter
Board Account Director: Bethany Watts
Account Director: Jassmine Wixon
Senior Account Manager: Felicity Davies
Account Manager: Robert Ellen
Account Executive: Callum Matthews
Account Executive: Thomas Schofield
Head of Planning: Max Keane
Planner: Catherine Owen
Senior Digital Strategist: Carl Juresic
Senior Project Manager: Emily Green
Senior Social Media Manager: Rory O’Neill
Head of Design: Phil Bosher
Deputy Head of Design: Paul Reddington
Designer: Kinda Savarino

TVC Production Company: Outsider
Director: James Rouse
Producer: Benji Howell
Editor: Art Jones at Work Editorial

Production credits
VFX: Framestore
VFX Supervisor: Ben Cronin
CG Supervisor: Ahmed Gharraph, Grant Walker
2D Supervisor: Suzanne Jandu
Head of Animation: Ross Burgess
Animation Lead: Gez Wright
Lighting Lead: Mathias Cadyck
Asset Leads: Joel Best, Gabriela Salmeron, Andrew Butler
Colourist: Steffan Perry
Senior Producer: Josh King
Line Producer: Lucy Grist
Production Coordinator: Emma Hughes

Audio Company: Factory
Sound Engineer: Anthony Moore

McDonald’s Brand Team
Marketing Director for Brand Experience and Media: Ben Fox
Senior Brand Manager: Hannah Pain
Assistant Brand Manager: Sophie Williams
Campaign Assistant: John McClure

McCafé
Head of Marketing, Food & Beverages: Michelle Graham-Clare
Marketing Manager: Thomas O’Neill
Brand Manager: Jodie White
Campaign Assistant: Harry McLean

Social Team
Social Media Editor In Chief: William Bonaddio
Social Media Manager: Ashleigh-Jayne O’Connell



OMD UK
Jo Butler, Executive Business Director
Emma Carr, Business Director
Jamie Graham, Communications Planning Manager
Julia Smith, Strategy Director
Emma Parrett, Strategic Partnerships Director
Jamie Callaghan, Connections Planning Associate Director
Joseph Easter, Connections Planner
Tom Kirkham, Digital Connections Planning Associate Director
Bea Spring, Digital Connections Planning Manager
Paul Milsom, Investment Director
Alex Neary, Investment Associate Director
Ediz Osman, Social Associate Director

MPC Creative
Creative Director: Andre Assalino
InteraCtive Producer: Sinead Catney
Animators: Jess Gaynor and Paul Hunt
Front end developer: Joao Pescada
Back end developer: Jamie Whittle
Designers: Bruno Amorim and Adriano Esteves

SnapChat
Senior Creative Strategist - Mark Carroll
Project Manager - Charlotte Cauby
Creative Specialist - Rob Waterman
Business Solutions Lead - Camilla Schilbach

eBook
Writer and illustrator: Alex Latimer

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McDonald’s brings back Great Tastes of the World menu with campaign by Leo Burnett London



McDonald’s Great Tastes of the World Campaign by Leo Burnett London from Adstasher on Vimeo.

McDonald’s is backing the return of its Great Tastes of the World menu with an extensive new ad campaign created by Leo Burnett London.

In the new television spot, a group of Brits clad in summer walking gear are preparing to scale a verdant mountain in the Swiss Alps. Before they can, however, the weather closes in and they are left shivering in an ice cave.

The voiceover says ‘Sometimes a taste is all you need’ – the strapline associated with McDonald’s Great Tastes of the World. We then see a close-up shot of the McDonald’s rich and creamy Swiss stack looking delicious with its smoky bacon and emmental cheese sauce.

The ad follows a spot promoting the French-inspired burger in which Lycra-clad Brits attempting - and failing - to tackle the Pyrenees on their high-end racing bikes are cheerily passed by a local Frenchman effortlessly scaling the hill on his traditional push bike.

Two further television ads will follow promoting Brazil and Jamaica-inspired menu items, along with radio spots, social activity, press, digital and out-of-home advertising. In each, a similar theme is followed with holiday optimism quickly turning out to be misplaced.

Each country-themed burst runs for two weeks, making eight weeks in total for the campaign. The Switzerland ad breaks on October 10.

Michelle Graham-Clare, McDonald’s Head of Marketing, Food and Beverages, said: “With Great Tastes of the World comes the opportunity to give our customers a taste of adventure, and following on from last year, this suite of ads does exactly that! We’re encouraging our customers to try something a little bit different, with four tasty burgers all inspired by countries from around the world.

Pete Heyes, Creative Director at Leo Burnett London, said: “It’s great to continue this platform through into year two. And this year, it’s just that bit bigger and funnier. Scorching British summers aside, it may well be worth considering a staycation and a McDonald’s.”

PRODUCTION CREDITS

Agency Leo Burnett London
CCO Chaka Sobhani
Creative Director Pete Heyes
Creatives James Millers & Andrew Long
Account Team BAD Bethany Watts, SAM Steph Bates, AM Gracie Smith & AE Laura Taylor
Project Manager/Digital Producer Tim Wilks & Maisie Shelbourne
Agency Producer Bruce Macrae
Director/ Production Co Guy Manwaring, Sonny
Producer Fraser Lawson
Editor Saam Hodivala at Work
Post Production Moving Picture Company
Sound Studio Wave
DoP Alex Melman
Media OMD\

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McDonald’s brings back Great Tastes of the World menu with campaign by Leo Burnett London



McDonald’s Great Tastes of the World Campaign by Leo Burnett London from Adstasher on Vimeo.

McDonald’s is backing the return of its Great Tastes of the World menu with an extensive new ad campaign created by Leo Burnett London.

In the new television spot, a group of Brits clad in summer walking gear are preparing to scale a verdant mountain in the Swiss Alps. Before they can, however, the weather closes in and they are left shivering in an ice cave.

The voiceover says ‘Sometimes a taste is all you need’ – the strapline associated with McDonald’s Great Tastes of the World. We then see a close-up shot of the McDonald’s rich and creamy Swiss stack looking delicious with its smoky bacon and emmental cheese sauce.

The ad follows a spot promoting the French-inspired burger in which Lycra-clad Brits attempting - and failing - to tackle the Pyrenees on their high-end racing bikes are cheerily passed by a local Frenchman effortlessly scaling the hill on his traditional push bike.

Two further television ads will follow promoting Brazil and Jamaica-inspired menu items, along with radio spots, social activity, press, digital and out-of-home advertising. In each, a similar theme is followed with holiday optimism quickly turning out to be misplaced.

Each country-themed burst runs for two weeks, making eight weeks in total for the campaign. The Switzerland ad breaks on October 10.

Michelle Graham-Clare, McDonald’s Head of Marketing, Food and Beverages, said: “With Great Tastes of the World comes the opportunity to give our customers a taste of adventure, and following on from last year, this suite of ads does exactly that! We’re encouraging our customers to try something a little bit different, with four tasty burgers all inspired by countries from around the world.

Pete Heyes, Creative Director at Leo Burnett London, said: “It’s great to continue this platform through into year two. And this year, it’s just that bit bigger and funnier. Scorching British summers aside, it may well be worth considering a staycation and a McDonald’s.”

PRODUCTION CREDITS

Agency Leo Burnett London
CCO Chaka Sobhani
Creative Director Pete Heyes
Creatives James Millers & Andrew Long
Account Team BAD Bethany Watts, SAM Steph Bates, AM Gracie Smith & AE Laura Taylor
Project Manager/Digital Producer Tim Wilks & Maisie Shelbourne
Agency Producer Bruce Macrae
Director/ Production Co Guy Manwaring, Sonny
Producer Fraser Lawson
Editor Saam Hodivala at Work
Post Production Moving Picture Company
Sound Studio Wave
DoP Alex Melman
Media OMD\

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Leo Burnett London Celebrates the Farmers and the Quality Ingredients Behind Mcdonald’s



Leo Burnett London has devised an integrated TV, radio and social campaign designed to celebrate the hard work of over 23,000 farmers across the UK and Ireland to deliver the quality ingredients that going into producing our food.

One 40” TV spot breaks on October 4th, followed by two 30” spots as well as cinema, radio and social elements. These will run across the UK and Republic of Ireland until the end of the year.

The story is told with the help of the real farmers and farm workers themselves as they show the nation the process of how they going about growing and rearing our produce.

“The ad was shot over five days travelling around real farms in the McDonald’s supply chain,” said Gary Lathwell, Creative at Leo Burnett London. “What you see in this film is what these farmers do day in day out, 365 days a year. Hats off to them. I thought our job was tough,”

Sam Houlston, Marketing Manager at McDonald’s, said: “We are extremely proud of all the hard work and care that goes into producing the quality ingredients that go into our food. It’s this hard work that helps us to ensure all of our customers continue to receive tasty food that they can trust.”

Pete Heyes, Creative Director at Leo Burnett London, added: “Bill Bernbach said, ‘The most powerful element in advertising is the truth’. The truth about McDonald’s ingredients in the UK is not only surprising, but really quite compelling. This story celebrates this with large dollops of honesty and charm.”

Media planning and buying was handled by OMD.

CREDITS:
Creative Director: Pete Heyes & Chaka Sobhani (CCO)
Creative: Gary Lathwell, Liane Dowling
Board Account Director: Kate Tweed
Account Director: Jessica Lyons
Senior Account Manager: Stephanie Bates
Account Executive: Blake Field
Agency Producer: Michelle Hickey
Agency Planner: Max Keane & Joe Beveridge
Agency Project Manager: Hannah Wood & Tim Wilks
Director/Production Co: Live Action TV – Vince Squibb at Academy Films; Social – Will Heap
Producer: Live Action TV – Steve Overs at Academy Films
Editor: TV – Paul Watts at The Quarry; Social – MAKE-Prodigious
Post Production: MPC – Marcus Moffatt
Sound Design: Parv Thind at Wave
DoP: TV – Stéphane Fontaine



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Mcdonald’s Tells Supporters ‘We’re With You’ in 2018 FIFA World Cup Global Campaign



McDonald’s celebrates the incredible highs and lows of being a football fan during the FIFA World Cup™with a new campaign telling them ‘We’re with you’, created as part of their official sponsorship of the tournament.

Created by Leo Burnett London, the new campaign includes a film that breaks internationally on the first day of the FIFA World Cup™, Thursday 14th June.

The agency has developed a platform that taps into the range of fans’ emotions and positions McDonald’s as a supporter of the supporters, evidenced by the convenient ways customers can order their favourite meals. Whether in the shape of McDelivery, 24/7 restaurants, Drive Thrus, breakfasts, or the fact that it’s just around the corner, whenever and wherever, McDonald’s has got the food sorted.

Leo Burnett’s film shows FIFA World Cup™ fans in various countries as they celebrate, commiserate and everything in between, interweaved with moments that highlight the convenience McDonald’s offers. Alongside the film, 10-second cutdowns specifically showcase each of the individual ways that McDonald’s is there for fans during the tournament.

The film is part of a toolkit featuring brand assets that are available to McDonald’s and its partner agencies across the globe. The toolkit includes print, out-of-home and point-of-purchase materials, all of which use a range of still photography capturing the emotions that fans experience during the tournament, as well as social and digital assets. To further enhance the emotions, an assortment of playful graphic flourishes have been developed and overlaid onto the stills, nodding towards the ways fans behave on social media.

Steve Hill said: “The campaign spells out that, whatever happens in the football, McDonald’s has got the food covered. Whether with a breakfast for the early kick-off, or a McDelivery for when you’re watching at home, it’s clear that ‘We’re with you’ through all of it.”

Credits:
Clients: Steve Hill, Senior Director, Global Brand; John Lewicki, Head of Global Alliances; Victoria Stasevicius, Marketing Manager, Global Sports; Jacqueline Berger, Manager, Global Brand
Chief Creative Officer: Chaka Sobhani
Creatives: James Millers & Andrew Long
Account Management Team: Victoria Reiz, Board Account Director; Steve Halliday, Account Director; Steph Bates, Senior Account Manager; Laura Taylor, Account Executive
Strategy/Planning: Max Kean, Planning Director; Will Moore, Senior Planner
Project Manager/Digital Producer: Timothy Wilks
Graphic Designers: Phil Bosher; Head of Design; Justin Bray, Designer; Ron Morrison, Designer
Agency Producer: Bruce Macrae
Director/ Production Co: Novemba, Academy Films
Producer: Steve Overs
Editor: Stephen Dunne, The Whitehouse
Post Production: Grace Thorpe, MPC
Sound Design: Simon Capes, Soho Square Studios
DoP: Xavier Amoros
Media planning/buying: OMD Global







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Mcdonald’s Tells Supporters ‘We’re With You’ in 2018 FIFA World Cup Global Campaign



McDonald’s celebrates the incredible highs and lows of being a football fan during the FIFA World Cup™with a new campaign telling them ‘We’re with you’, created as part of their official sponsorship of the tournament.

Created by Leo Burnett London, the new campaign includes a film that breaks internationally on the first day of the FIFA World Cup™, Thursday 14th June.

The agency has developed a platform that taps into the range of fans’ emotions and positions McDonald’s as a supporter of the supporters, evidenced by the convenient ways customers can order their favourite meals. Whether in the shape of McDelivery, 24/7 restaurants, Drive Thrus, breakfasts, or the fact that it’s just around the corner, whenever and wherever, McDonald’s has got the food sorted.

Leo Burnett’s film shows FIFA World Cup™ fans in various countries as they celebrate, commiserate and everything in between, interweaved with moments that highlight the convenience McDonald’s offers. Alongside the film, 10-second cutdowns specifically showcase each of the individual ways that McDonald’s is there for fans during the tournament.

The film is part of a toolkit featuring brand assets that are available to McDonald’s and its partner agencies across the globe. The toolkit includes print, out-of-home and point-of-purchase materials, all of which use a range of still photography capturing the emotions that fans experience during the tournament, as well as social and digital assets. To further enhance the emotions, an assortment of playful graphic flourishes have been developed and overlaid onto the stills, nodding towards the ways fans behave on social media.

Steve Hill said: “The campaign spells out that, whatever happens in the football, McDonald’s has got the food covered. Whether with a breakfast for the early kick-off, or a McDelivery for when you’re watching at home, it’s clear that ‘We’re with you’ through all of it.”

Credits:
Clients: Steve Hill, Senior Director, Global Brand; John Lewicki, Head of Global Alliances; Victoria Stasevicius, Marketing Manager, Global Sports; Jacqueline Berger, Manager, Global Brand
Chief Creative Officer: Chaka Sobhani
Creatives: James Millers & Andrew Long
Account Management Team: Victoria Reiz, Board Account Director; Steve Halliday, Account Director; Steph Bates, Senior Account Manager; Laura Taylor, Account Executive
Strategy/Planning: Max Kean, Planning Director; Will Moore, Senior Planner
Project Manager/Digital Producer: Timothy Wilks
Graphic Designers: Phil Bosher; Head of Design; Justin Bray, Designer; Ron Morrison, Designer
Agency Producer: Bruce Macrae
Director/ Production Co: Novemba, Academy Films
Producer: Steve Overs
Editor: Stephen Dunne, The Whitehouse
Post Production: Grace Thorpe, MPC
Sound Design: Simon Capes, Soho Square Studios
DoP: Xavier Amoros
Media planning/buying: OMD Global







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Mcdonald’s Highlights New Services Delivering Beautiful Everyday Moments in Latest Ad Campaign By Leo Burnett London



LONDON, 12 May 2018: Leo Burnett London illustrates how McDonald’s new services help facilitate everyday moments and experiences, in a new suite of ads.

The campaign aims to illustrate that as the world moves faster and customers' lives continue getting busier, every moment is valued. McDonald’s latest services aren’t solely about technology, they’re about making it that little bit easier to enjoy the things you love and the small, life affirming moments that matter.

There are three television executions in the new campaign, each of which focuses on a different McDonald’s service: table service, the app and ordering screens.

‘Hands Full’ breaks on 12 May. It shows a young couple adjusting to life with a newborn baby and all the paraphernalia that comes with parenthood. After contending with a pushchair and bags, they arrive at McDonald’s where a McDonald’s crew member approaches them to suggest they make use of table service – a lovely little extra that allows them to sit back and relax.



Launching on the same day, ‘Grown Up’ highlights McDonald’s ordering screens while showing a dad and his young daughter enjoying a day out together.



The final TV ad, ‘It Must Be’, follows the story of a budding romance between two teenagers with the McDonald’s app playing a role in breaking the ice.

The television ads are supported by four radio commercials - also based around the small, understated moments facilitated by the new services - and a playful social campaign.

Creative Directors Luke Boggins and Dan McCormack said: “This is about everyday moments elevated thanks to good old customer service - and innovation based on humanity rather than technology for technology’s sake. A series of true to life vignettes showcase how new customer convenience measures afford you a bit more time to enjoy life’s special moments.”

"It’s a campaign which adds genuine emotion and delight to functional services.”

Marie Emery, Senior Marketing Manager at McDonald’s, said: “Bringing good times to our customers is a key part of the McDonald’s offering and, thanks to our latest convenience services, these are now made that little bit easier. The suite of ads created by Leo Burnett aim to showcase these services through the little everyday moments which they help to facilitate.”

CREDITS:
Agency
Board Account Director – Victoria Reiz
Account Director – Bethany Watts
Account Manager – Gracie Smith
Account Executive – Laura Taylor
CCO – Chaka Sobhani
Creative Director – Dan McCormack and Luke Boggins
Creatives – James Millers and Andrew Long, Graham Lakeland
Agency Producer – Graeme Light
Production Assistant – Alex Taylor
Planning Director – Max Keane
Planner – Caitlin Morley

Prod Co: Rattling Stick
Director: Sara Dunlop
Producer: Tess Mitchell
DoP: Magnus Joenck
Editor: Bill Smedley at Work Editorial

Audio House: 750MPH
Sound Engineer: Sam Robson
Post Production: MPC

VFX: Mark Stannard

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