This is just fun. Heineken created a hidden camera ambient campaign at a BO Concept store. The stunt involved men, trying to convince their partner to buy stadium seats while shopping for furniture. I’m not going to give it away, but the video will put a smile on your face. I hope they publish out takes from this because I have a feeling those are just as good.
With the launch of the new James Bond movie “Skyfall” right around the corner, Heineken has launched an interactive social media campaign on Facebook. The social ad features a very high production commercial staring Daniel Craig, and involves an elaborate train ride through a snow filled European countryside.
The commercial is directly tied to an interactive game on Facebook that encourages participants to search for clues involving a mysterious briefcase, a bond girl, and nasty villeins. In typical fashion, the Facebook ad will ask to access your profile information, and probably flood your wall and timeline with all sorts of plugs for the beer and the movie.
Developed by Wieden & Kennedy Amsterdam, and shot at Shepperton Studios in the UK, the campaign includes references hardcore Bond fans will love including replica Bond film props used through the 60 second spot. The interactive component of the campaign, includes things like the Spectre ring from “Dr. No,” the Zorin industries and Spectre logos and the Faberge Egg used in “Octopussy” and many more items.
Oh, and in case you are wondering. The song featured in the spot is “Man Like That” by New Zealand singer-songwriter Gin Wigmore. You can get the song right here on Amazon.
Heineken has launched an iPhone multi-platform gaming application called “Heineken Star Player”. The game places you at the center of every UEFA championship game, where you take on your friends and the world by making game calls that build points and win you prizes. All of this is synced to the live game as it is being played out on TV in real-time.
Since the “Heineken Star Player” application syncs live with each UEFA game, each game is able to challenge you with decisions as they happen, like penalty kicks. will player X score and where top left? Center?The application takes advantage of the thinking that goes on as the game plays out, and puts your interaction with it in the palm of your hand. With approximately 86% of people who use mobile Internet, use their phones while watching TV, it’s easy to see the potential success of an application like this, and makes it a very powerful tool for the Heineken marketing machine.
Created by AKQA this application shows huge potential for other sporting events and games like AmericanFootball, NCAA Basketball, Major League Baseball, Hockey, NBA etc.
This kind of real-world digital integration could become a gold mine over the next year.