Raahil Chopra
Oct 27, 2010

Lowe creates launch campaign for Britannia’s new Time Pass snack

The snack has been launched in Bangalore

Lowe creates launch campaign for Britannia’s new Time Pass snack

Britannia has launched a new snack targetted towards the youth called Time Pass. The campaign for the launch has been conceptualised by Lowe Lintas. It has been positioned as a snack which promises nothing and portrays the pointlessness of the youth. The same has been communicated in the ad campaign. 

The TVCs for Time Pass show four protagonists who somehow manage to evade work and maintain their state of uselessness by munching on the snack.

Commenting on the launch of Time Pass and the ad campaign for the same, R. Balki, chairman and chief creative officer, Lowe Lintas, said, “The attempt with Time Pass was to introduce an exciting offering in Britannia’s snacking portfolio of delectables for the youth- a brand that is an anti-thesis to the mindless rat race. It is dismissive, indifferent, irreverent- a way of life.”

WATCH TVC here

Credits

Client: Britannia Industries

Creative agency: Lowe Lintas

Creative: R. Balki

Account planning: Vikram Satyanath, Arun Raman, Sushma Rao

Client servicing: Lowe Lintas - Ayyappan Raj, Reagan Rodrigues , Madhubanti Dutta

Production house: Red Ice Productions

Director (of the film): R Balki

Post-production studio:

Media used (TV/print/outdoor): Radio, hoardings TVC

Media agency:  Madison Media

Source:
Campaign India

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