Tag: Savanna

Savanna MANentine’s Day
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Savanna MANentine’s Day

According to British folklore and that wishy washy Amy Adams movie, a woman may break tradition and propose to a man on a leap year. Inspired by this custom, Savanna has declared Valentine’s Day MANentine’s Day and has decided that this leap year, the ladies will do all the wooing.
Savanna Wedding Crashers
Advertising, Alcohol, Competitions, Tactical

Savanna Wedding Crashers

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojaXyQmMaLM[/youtube] On the 29th of April 2011, one of the most talked about events of the year takes place in London, England: the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Draftfcb Cape Town cleverly used the opportunity for the latest Savanna campaign. Savanna Wedding Crashers is offering one lucky […]
Advertising, Alcohol, Digital, Video

Savanna Valentine’s Day Savannagrams

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpMULNI0tN0&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] New Savanna online video for Valentines. Produced by Quirk. Nice to see a digital agency producing a very cool video promo. Update: The made-for-online video has been edited for television and will flight this week – quite unheard of. Well done to Quirk!
Savanna does Movember
Non-profit

Savanna does Movember

Seeing that there are only about 6 and a half days of November left, this is cutting it a bit fine. Nonetheless 6 and half days is enough to make some money for CANSA. Savanna is running a campaign where you can download an instant mo, cut it out, paste […]
Who the Hell is Tammy?
Advertising, Alcohol, Digital, Something Else

Who the Hell is Tammy?

Sometimes mistakes creep in to creative (it happens more often then we’d like) and how you are judged is how you deal with it. Last night Quirk sent out an emailer for their client Savanna, unfortunately they accidently did not replace the to name with a dynamic field and the […]
Advertising, Alcohol, Banners, Digital, Tactical

Savanna tactical also spotted on IOL

Nice online tactical banner from Quirk on an IOL article. DraftFCB is responsible for the creative – check out the original print ad here. On the digital side, the credits go to: Andre Britz (Head of Display Media) Blaize Windsheffel (Designer & Web Developer) Charl van Rooyen (eMarketing Producer)