Isobar Netherlands (NETHERLANDS)
|Arla Foods, Melkunie: "Melkunie Koeienbingo"||39-01556-INT|
Agency (& City): Isobar Netherlands
Concept: Jilt Meeder, Taco Zuidema
Account Manager: Bart Kokke
Creative Director(s): Jilt Meeder
Strategist: Sandor Wouters
Copywriter(s): Martijn de Vreeze, Sandor Wouters, Jasna Zolota
Art Director(s): Jilt Meeder, Kevin Kikkert, Koen Koopman
Production Company (& City): Wenneker Amsterdam
Production Company Producer(s): Maurice Wenneker, Frederique van der Hoeven
Technical realisation: Code d'Azur: Marlu Groen, Nazario Fraija Pulido, Rutger van den Broeck, Ting Yuen, Rick Schoo
Agency Producer(s): Joost Kroese, Michelle vd Zee
Graphic Design: Kevin Kikkert, Koen Koopman, Edwin Groot
Media Strategist: Gerke de Groot
Isobar introduces Melkunie Cow Bingo
In Cow Bingo fans are asked to select their favourite five real cows from a real pasture. Each cow is wearing a strap with an ID chip around her neck. When the cows leave the pasture to get milked, they also trigger the scanner to tell the Melkunie Facebook page who leaves first! In this way the cows themselves are making the bingo draw! Because the cows get milked every day, winning is a daily opportunity. Participants can tune-in each day at 16:00 on the Melkunie Facebook page to watch the cow-action LIVE via the webcam and see if their five selected ladies are the first to leave. Winners are awarded an unbelievably pastoral experience amongst the serenity of the cows with Feather Down Farms in the Netherlands.
Arla Foods has recently brought back to the Netherlands the beloved dairy brand Melkunie. Despite the Melkunie’s rich Dutch heritage, cooperate brand mergers saw the brand discontinued a little over twelve years ago; a time when the Internet revolution was still in its infancy.
Melkunie is now back in the supermarkets and wants to make up for lost time! In this new and super hyper-modern advanced world, famous (to the Dutch) spokesperson Peer Mascini has announced in Melkunie’s new TV-commercial that the brand is completely ‘next level’. This next-level thinking has now extended to the brands new Facebook page.