Minute Maid & WPP’s Open X, led by VMLY&R, has created a campaign that not only promotes Minute Maid Original with Calcium & Vitamin D, but also offers a unique way to help everyone feel 'filled with life' through the power of the sun.
Minute Maid’s reimagining the traditional media where the sun can naturally be found: Out of Home & aims to bring the sun back into people’s daily lives.
The Reflective Billboard: Many apartment buildings are in the shadows of their neighbors. With a strategic placement on rooftops or blank walls, Minute Maid’s billboard redirects sunlight into nearby windows and spaces, brightening up once-dark homes.
The Open Billboard: Traditional billboards block the view of the sky and prevent sunlight from shining through. Minute Maid has found a solution by mapping out each city's billboards that block the most sun and taking over those areas. By punching out the inside and displaying an empty frame, our Open Billboard opens to the sunny sky behind.
The Extended Shelter: Bus shelters weren't designed for sunlight seekers, but Minute Maid has changed that. By extending the waiting area & adding seats outside the shelter's walls, we invite people to wait for the bus while soaking up some vitamin D.
“As an iconic brand, Minute Maid has always brought the essence of nature into people’s homes,” said Desiree Ferrari, Global Director, Shopper and Consumer Content, The Coca-Cola Company. “We’re happy to see the new global brand platform “Filled with Life” executed through a campaign made of unconventional formats that really brings the source of life, the sun, and its benefits to people and in those places that need it the most.”
This campaign is not just about promoting Minute Maid - it's about authentically connecting with our audience and enhancing their access to sunlight. Rafael Pitanguy, Deputy Global Chief Creative Officer, VMLY&R explains: "People won't just see and read Minute Maid's latest campaign, but...they will actually feel it."