Dulux invites Australians to 'Spring into it'

26 September 2019

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The campaign, created by Channel T, is led by the iconic Dulux Dog and a few new fluffy faces.

The new Dulux Jelly Beans campaign, Spring Into It, is inviting Australians to launch into their home rejuvenation this Spring.

The campaign, created by Channel T, is led by the iconic Dulux Dog and a few new fluffy faces.

"Leveraging your distinctive assets is critical for any brand. The challenge comes in keeping them fresh and relevant," says Paul Murphy, decorative marketing manager, Dulux.

"The new Spring Into It campaign brings together the Dulux dog and Jelly Beans in a unique and colourful way."

When customers buy eight litres of Dulux Paint they receive a tin of Dulux Jelly Beans which includes one of five limited edition Dulux Puppy soft toys, each named after a real Dulux puppy.

People can engage further by discovering their Dulux puppy stories through videos on the website and on social media, as well as having the chance to meet the Dulux Dog instore.

Every purchase supports Dulux in its donation of $140,000 to help build a new animal hospital for Second Chance Animal Rescue.

"You cannot beat the love and affection we all have for the Dulux Dog. And having recently given birth to a litter of incredibly loveable Dulux puppies, it was the perfect opportunity to create buzz for the brand, and conversion in-store," says Pete Cerny, executive creative director, Channel T.

The integrated campaign officially launches on September 29, and runs across TV, OOH, PR, digital, social, packaging and in-store.

Paul Murphy – Dulux Decorative Marketing Manager
Bonnie Jenkinson – Dulux Interior Brand Manager
Steph Brodie – Dulux Consumer Colour Manager

Agency - Channel T
Pete Cerny - Executive Creative Director
Kate Churcher - Creative Director
Nick Livingston - Producer
Jodi Cousins - Group Account Director
James Salek - Account Director

Production - Otto
Christopher Hill - Director

Visual Effects - Fin

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