Burger king on april 14 launched the New Zealand Phone Number “even more confusing times” campaign. Per details shared with marketing dive. The global effort will run. Across print, film, and radio, and kicked off in spain and portugal.“even more confusing times” includes a short film and promotes. Its plant-based chicken nuggets by using dark humor. And sarcasm to highlight dichotomies and paradoxes. That plague relationships, parenting, and other topics. Created by agency david madrid, the quirky effort builds on. The New Zealand Phone Number brand’s previous “confusing times” creative and comes amid. The qsr chain’s creative review. Marketing dive: agenciesget. The latest agencies’ insights, straight to your inbox. From high profile personnel changes. To partnerships, technology, and more, the weekly newsletter will keep. You updated on the latest agencies’ news, analysis, and trends.
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Burger king’s “even more confusing times” campaign uses. An offbeat sense of humor to New Zealand Phone Number put its plant-based chicken. Nuggets alongside other daily conundrums, like whether. An eco-friendly black friday purchase is good for the planet. Or if it’s worse to send a message to an ex or delete the message once its sent. The effort, created by david madrid, builds on the New Zealand Phone Number brand’s 2021 “confusing times” effort that promoted. The impossible whopper and pondered pandemic-related. Issues around working from home, dating apps, and videoconferencing.“burger king’s meatless alternatives are getting more and more confusing. So, we wanted to reflect that with a campaign that’s even. More confusing than the previous one,” iwo zakowski, head of global. Brand marketing for the chain, said in a statement.
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Could grow to a more than $162 billion market in 2020, per. Bloomberg intelligence, and qsr brands are shouldering. A growing part of marketing. The challenger product to consumers who are looking for food options. That are better for their health and the environment. However, some marketing experts have warned against. Health- and sustainability-forward messaging, which burger king is sidestepping. With a campaign in support of “chicken nuggets that got no chicken… But taste like chicken,” per the short. Film’s voiceover. Previously, burger king rolled out its “meat?” campaign in costa rica, mexico, brazil, and germany.