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Ad of the Week: Bord Gáis Energy


Bord Gáis Energy has this week launched a new TV, radio and digital campaign, where new gas customers can avail of a 12-month 14% discount off their gas, plus a free boiler service. The ‘Boiler Stories – Holiday Spoiler’ advertisement, developed by Publicis, will run from this week until mid-April. The new advertisement takes a look at the impact of...

Ad of the Week: Allianz – MyTribe


Lowdown: To support Allianz’s title sponsorship of the Allianz Leagues, MyTribe is an exploration of the communities and families behind the stars in inter-county football and hurling. Allianz prides itself on supporting people in the community and this campaign is an extension of that. The campaign was created by the Dublin sports marketing agency Fifty-Three Six and takes people behind the...

Ad of the Week: Barnardos “LOST”


“Children are precious. Yet as a society we are failing them. No child in Ireland should experience poverty, neglect or not have a home. This work is about getting people to stop and think about these issues and support Barnardos in changing these children’s lives.” That’s according to Laurence O’Byrne, creative director  with the creative agency Boys and Girls. O’Byrne...

Ad of the Week: This City’s Got Love


The Lowdown: This city’s got heart. This city’s got soul. This city’s got love. A heartbeat runs through Dublin – you can hear it in the music, feel it in the atmosphere and taste it in the food. Allow yourself to fall head over heels for the city, and you won’t miss a beat. Credits: Agency: In The Company of Huskies Client:...

Ad of the Week: Irish Heart Foundation


Cardiovascular disease is Ireland’s No. 1 but 80% of premature deaths are preventable. With this in mind the Irish Heart Foundataion has launched a new hard-hitting campaign called #ShowSomeHeart. The campaign was created by the award-winning Dublin creative agency Boys and Girls and asks people to “Show Some Heart” and offer support for those affected or impacted by cardiovascular disease. Empowering,...

Ad of the Week: Londis


We all know the old saying: you can’t choose your neighbours. But actually, you may have more in common with them than you think. Dublin agency, In the Company of Huskies is rolling out a fascinating campaign for Londis, the nationwide chain of stores run by locals, for locals. Having analysed the sales data of every shop in the country,...

Ad of the Week: Folens School Bags


The Lowdown: School bags don’t just carry books, they carry memories. Your old bag almost certainly carried Folens school books too. Here at Bonfire, we’re delighted to have created this new TV commercial celebrating 60 years of Folens school books. Enjoy, and maybe you’ll even spot your old school bag. Credits: Advertiser: Folens Agency: Bonfire Creative: Sean Hynes, Ian Doherty Account Director: Stephanie Coates Marketing Team: Elizabeth Ivory,...

Ad of the Week: Vhi Healthcare Cuba


Publicis Dublin produce another beautifully animated story of a real healthcare experience. On an adventure to Cuba, Cat found herself in intensive care with Deep Vein Thrombosis. The real Cat interacts with an animated diorama of her story. We see that Vhi’s international team are on hand to make sure she and her loved ones have the care and reassurance...

Ad of the Week: Vodafone’s Getting to Know You


In Vodafone Ireland’s latest spot, the idea was to champion family firsts and how the future is brimming with possibilities. Even those, of which, you’d never expect. In this sweet story, we find a mum introducing her partner to her son for the first time. We then follow the three of them on a journey, as they become more and...

Ad of the Week: – Simple is Smarter


In January of 2018, the Insurance landscape in Ireland will be presented with a bold new message from Simple is Smarter. The new brand platform will launch with a TVC that looks at the frontlines of insurance-related stress, with a grey hair welcoming a new arrival on the scene and commiserating over their fate. The scenario is resolved with a simple statement:...

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