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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiQiZMWgMWw[/youtube] This Christmas campaign for Checkers is by independent through-the-line agency, Ninety9cents with the 3-D animated TV and cinema ad crafted by Masters & Savant Worldwide. ...

ninety9cents EVS campaign Cape Town based advertising agency ninety9cents has rolled out an unconventional awareness campaign for the Emergency Assistance Volunteer Support (EVS) that will make Capetonians think twice and hopefully support this cause.  The EVS is a non-profit, public organisation that secures and deploys the necessary resources, skills and equipment to help train and supply a dedicated group of everyday Capetonians who volunteer world-class services (they are often called out to support the likes of the South African Police Service and Cape Medical Response units) to the communities of Cape Town. As a strictly voluntary organisation with limited funds, the EVS is in constant need of financial help and volunteers to provide these services to the people of Cape Town.
PUMA 2010 World Cup advertising campaign by ninety9cents Things are gearing up for the World Cup, and we're seeing more and more 2010 designs. Here's one that advertising agency ninety9cents produced for client PUMA:
Sports lifestyle brand Puma prides themselves as zigging while other sports brands zag, a strategy that’s all the more important this year since they are not an official sponsor of the Fifa World Cup 2010. The sports life style brand approached ninety9cents to create a campaign that would give their 2010 messaging, Love = Football as much exposure as possible. The aim? To create talkability and further recognition of and affinity for their brand.

VS: Checkers - Don't change your lifestyle, change your supermarket commercial We know there's a TV commercial out there as well, but we haven't been able to get hold of it. We've been given a heads up by Mike Stopforth about another local rip-off advertisement. The new Checkers...

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