The Guilt in Soda


How do you get real in a world of perceived perfection?

CLIENT:  American Beverage Association 

CHALLENGE: Soda likers and lovers are cutting carbonated soft drinks out of their lives.

RESEARCH: Social listening analysis and secondary research showed that people still craved soda but they felt like they had to cut it out.

TENSION AND INSIGHT: There’s a judgment when someone indulges; supposed perfection is when someone can refrain from their cravings.

STRATEGY: Remind people that a healthy lifestyle is one of balance, not deprivation.

CAMPAIGN: So worth it. Bold creative cuts through the rainbows of traditional soda communications,

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TEAM: Kendra Little, art director & Max Mager, copywriter

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