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It’s no secret that the millennial generation is often associated with many of the digital trends out there. But recent research conducted by public relations firm Weber Shandwick and its research partner KRC Research is highlighting a specific segment of the demographic that digital marketers seem to be overlooking: millennial moms.
Tecate, a brand of White Plains, N.Y.-based Heineken USA, launched a new advertising campaign targeted at Spanish-speaking men in the United States.
As the second-largest generation next to baby boomers, millennials are an important group for brands to reach.
Bethesda, Md.-based Honest Tea, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Co., began rolling out its first integrated advertising campaign with the new tagline “Refreshingly Honest.” The ads highlight the true taste of Honest Tea beverages by emphasizing the company’s use of real, organic ingredients with a quirky playfulness that stays true to the brand, the company says. This is Honest Tea’s first foray into TV commercials. The company also will extend the campaign to digital video, social media, out-of-home billboards and transit signage, as well as grassroots events around the country.
Packaging innovations, such as Bud Light’s “My Bud Light” scratch-on bottle, Miller Lite’s Home Draft and Budweiser’s Fourth of July can, highlight the most effective beer ads among beer drinkers for the year-to-date, according to Ace Metrix, a Los Angeles-based TV advertising effectiveness agency.
Heineken USA, White Plains, N.Y., premiered a new television advertising campaign for its Heineken Light brand under the “Be a Man of the World” platform on July 1. The marketing effort features commercials centered around consumers and their “occasionally perfect” experiences.