It’s that time of the week where we take a look at our favourite campaigns. This week has been full of some great campaigns inspired by Saint Valentine, and we can’t wait to share them with you.
Domino’s Pizza- Wedding Registry
Pizza chain Domino’s are giving every newly-wed couple something they really want, a savoury wedding registry.
They are offering e-gift cards so that your friends and family can treat you to everything from hen do pizza to catering for the big day’s reception and beyond.
Exceedingly romantic: Mr Kipling bou-cake
This valentine’s day as Brits spent an estimated £1.6 million on flowers and gifts, the nation’s favourite cake maker created a hand-tied arrangement comprising 80 long stemmed pink roses along with miniature Cherry Bakewell’s, French Fancies and Battenburgs.
BrewDog- Puppy leave!
The craft beer company BrewDog have just introduced Puppy Parental Leave- meaning that their staff members don’t have to take holiday days to care for their dogs.
One the leave period has finished, staff are then welcome to bring their pets to work. Now this is a great way to make employees feel really valued and I mean who doesn’t love dogs?
Quentin Tarantino- London popup
From 22nd March- 8th April, Backyard Cinema will turn Mercato Metrapolitano into the Last Chapel, inspired by the abandoned church in the Nevada desert where The Bride was shot at the wedding massacre.
The Last Chapel will be screening Tarantino Classics such as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Reservoir Dogs, as well as other non-Tarantino films including Fight Club, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, and Natural Born Killers.
The screenings will be hosted by a crazed priest, just for the ultimate Tarantino experience and you’ll be able to lounge on comfy beanbags.
Pornhub- Free membership!
The adult site offered free premium membership on Valentine’s Day. The gift, which admittedly sounds better than a limp bunch of flowers of a teddy holding a heart, is completely free of charge, no strings, for one day only.
The premium access automatically expired, so users weren’t tied into a contract or incur any costs. This is a great quick reactive campaign to get Pornhub some coverage and celebrate Valentine’s Day.
They also created a fun infographic that took a look into our bedrooms to see what search terms had increased on the day of love.