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All aboard! Bombay Sapphire magically transports gin-lovers around the world on gin train

Gin-lovers of the world can rejoice – as Bombay Sapphire’s blue gin train comes back to London this July. The ‘immersive experience’ will see lucky ticket holders board The Grand Journey and ‘travel’ from places like Java to Ghana to Tuscany, all the while sipping on carefully created gin cocktails using botanicals from each region. Michelin Star chef Tom Sellers will also be on...

Starbucks and Lady Gaga join forces for ‘Cups of Kindness’ campaign

Coffee giant Starbucks has joined forces with Lady Gaga and her Born This Way Foundation to spread a little love with its ‘Cups of Kindness’. A range of ‘vivid’ drinks has been hand-picked by the global superstar and includes Matcha Lemonade, Violet Drink, Pink Drink and Ombré Pink Drink. From 13-19 June, 25 cents from each cup sold at participating US and Canadian stores will go toward...

Moonpig has meat-flavoured edible cards for Father’s Day

Forget greeting cards, this Father’s Day it’s all about ‘meating cards’, as Moonpig launch the world’s first edible card. Yes, you read that correctly! For the first time, you can show your dad how much he means to you by giving him a card that not only looks good, but tastes good too. Available in two flavours – BBQ and Spicy Hot – the cards have been created by Moonpig...

The BBQ Beard-Pinny – Tabasco partners with Urbanology to create must-have hipster BBQ accessory

What do you get when you cross a BBQ with a hipster? A messy beard, that’s what! To solve this sticky problem, hot sauce brand (and BBQ staple) Tabasco and ‘hipster lifestyle brand’ Urbanology have created the limited-edition beard pinny. Observe: The must-have accessory is part of a range of BBQ products on sale, with profits going to children’s food charity Magic Breakfast. Other products...

Baywatch movie floats world record breaking beach ball down the Thames; no one cares

You read that right, people of PR land. Just when you thought the trope of floating shit down the Thames was dead and buried, the new Baywatch movie, or rather, Paramount Pictures, tried to prove us all wrong. Off the back of the Slow Mo Marathon (a stunt which I really liked) to promote the film, this feels like a disappointing effort from the guys at Paramount to drum up some last minute publicity. A quick...

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