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Media Week's Outdoor Campaign of the Month: Weetabix

Ciara O’Connor, Group brand manager, Weetabix, talks about our latest Weetabix campaign. 
What was the idea?
This was a new product category and a significant investment for our brand, so outdoor would be key to driving mass awareness of the new drink and reaching consumers outside the home and in the mindset to purchase breakfast ‘on the go’.
What was the media strategy?
Outdoor was the lead medium in a cross-channel campaign that also included a video-on-demand
programme across online and social-media channels.
How did you use outdoor?
As outdoor delivers mass-reach and high visibility, we rolled out a heavyweight and digital out-of-home campaign that introduced the strapline ‘Weetabix fuel in a bottle’ across environments.
We reached shoppers at major supermarkets with point-of-sale advertising and deployed digital screens in railway stations, with a focus on the busy morning commute.
We also delivered breakfast to the nation with a sampling campaign at major UK railway stations, amplifying understanding and awareness of the product among our key consumers.
Via: Media Week

Weetabix Targets AM Commuters

Weetabix has deployed a nationwide outdoor advertising campaign to support the launch of their breakfast drink: Weetabix On The Go.
The campaign deploys multiple-creatives to promote the strawberry, chocolate and vanilla flavours, with messages that capture the brand’s strapline: ‘fuel in a bottle’, such as: “Grab morning by the bottle”, “Big morning in a little bottle” and “Full. Speed ahead”.
The DOOH campaign predominantly targets morning rail commuters using a national digital 6-sheet network. The campaign also runs across iconic premium roadside sites.
Weetabix are the first ever brand to advertise on Ocean’s Screen on the Tyne, which is the first digital roadside screen in the North East.
The campaign was planned and booked by Walker Media and Posterscope.