Can I quote you on that? Part 4: Cadbury Milk Tray

Cadbury is looking for a new man to deliver Milk Tray to women everywhere. After 13-years, the smooth and suave man is back on our TV screens looking for a new recruit to hand the baton to – all because the lady still loves Milk Tray. But, the job description has changed somewhat according to […]

Can I quote you on that? Part 1: Nas

When you’ve been in PR for a while you quickly develop the skill for putting words in people’s mouths. You no longer think about what you’re doing, you just frantically type press releases to send to your director, agent or client for approval – and, over time, the final result is questionable. This new Prime […]

Our survey says… more please!

Welcome Prime Timers – to the first blog of the new year. If you’re struggling with the thought of the five-day working week, then this blog probably won’t help. I’m going to get underneath the skin of a recent survey and debate the PR-Journalist-Consumer relationship. That’s right folks, we’re exploring a three-way relationship. The Energy […]

Aflac duck ruffles feathers after riding the subway

Ey up duck! I’ve got to hand it to Aflac for using a duck to promote its insurance business by letting it do its thing in New York, including riding the subway. The Aflac duck has been part of the company’s brand identity since 1999, after an advertising executive walking around Central Park muttering the […]

How many fingers has your Kit Kat got?

I got quite excited seeing an advert for a limited edition five-fingered Kit Kat on the way home from work this evening. It stopped me right in my tracks, so much so I texted a friend dubbing the campaign ‘genius’. But, I did a bit of digging on the new ‘extra break’ campaign only to […]

I can’t keep up with Paddy Power’s pants

It seems that bookmaker Paddy Power has run out of its ‘luck of the Irish’ after its latest PR stunt insulted Cheltenham Festival organisers. What is this offending article? A 60-ft pair of pants. Yes, you heard me -pants. Paddy commissioned a giant airship to float above the race track – to give punters some […]