Television now the natural choice for Glenisk to give people a taste of brand’s double benefit
The organic yogurt brand has launched its first TV campaign since 2011 with a focus on the environmental qualities of the products
Glenisk, the organic Irish yogurt brand, has launched its first TV campaign in more than a decade after some of its traditional promotional channels, such as in-store sampling, were cut off during the pandemic.
The campaign, created by BBDO, the Dublin-based creative agency, will run over the course of the summer across RTÉ, Virgin Media, TG4, Sky and Channel 4, as well as on their on-demand channels and through programmatic placements and on social media.
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