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Here’s the message you hear when calling the Ghostbusters hotline number…

To promote the Ghostbusters remake, Sony Pictures created a hotline you can call, and included it on ads in the UK: The advert includes the famous strapline from the first time around: “Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters” with the number 0800 222 9911. Here’s the message you hear from Chris Hemsworth, as the team’s receptionist, when you call… This comes after this impressive (and no...

Fetch create giant dog bowl to educate pet owners on hydration

Sometimes it can be easy to forget that your furry little friends are in fact living and breathing beings, not just really cute teddy bear cuddle machines. OK that’s an exaggeration (of course I know dogs etc. are alive), BUT I think you’d be surprised how often pet owners forget to keep their pet’s water bowl topped up. Fetch, the online pet store from Ocado, has created ‘the world’s...

Giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man spotted at Waterloo Station in Ghostbusters PR stunt

To promote the release of Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters remake, a giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man can be seen breaking out of the ground at Waterloo Station, London. In addition, 8m tall ‘slime’ posts can be spotted on cameras around the station: The @Ghostbusters takeover of @LondonWaterloo is amazing! #GhostbustersWaterloo pic.twitter.com/SNHT3pDotL — WayneDavid (@WayneDavid81) 11 July...

Dead driver’s wrecked car displayed outside Parliament in campaign for tougher sentencing

In a stunt I hesitate to call ‘great’, this impactful effort forces you to take notice. The remains of a dead driver’s car are being displayed outside Parliament to support a campaign by road safety charity Brake. The Roads to Justice campaign calls for tougher penalties for drivers who maim or kill. According to a poll commissioned by the charity, two thirds of people believe drivers who...

VW creates mobile basketball hoop for space-strapped city players

You know those campaigns that are lovely but you aren’t quite sure what the reason for its existence is in terms of relation to the creator beyond ‘the marketing team had some budget left over’? This is a brilliant example of one of those. Car manufacturer Volkswagen has started a campaign that highlights the lack of inner city space. The campaign video (below) talks about the lack of playing...

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