If there was ever a question Mother was targeting the male market, a partnership with Activision's Call of Duty for a campaign starring 1980s muscle man Dolph Lundgren should put doubts to rest.
At the core of the promotional activity from Coca-Cola's energy drink brand is the opportunity to take part in a “secret rescue op”. Obviously, there are no details on what said “secret rescue op” is (duh, it's a secret) but we imagine to get Dolph on board, it might involve a lot of bronzer and fake tan.
The promotion will be marketed across TV, cinema, out-of-home, point-of-sale, digital and on-pack.
“Everyone loves the iconic Call of Duty gaming franchise and Mother is excited to partner with COD for their latest release, Call of Duty Ghosts,” said Mother marketing manager Steven Ruhl. “The partnership brings together two of the greatest passions for Aussie blokes, gaming and Mother of an energy hit.”
Creative was done by McCann.
The new Call of Duty game is set to be released in November.
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