Erich & Kallman, a new San Francisco-based advertising agency, is launching a new national advertising campaign for Chick-fil-A using famous historical figures to teach us that chicken for breakfast is not so crazy.
Whether it's a death in the family, a new baby, or moving to a new home, a lot of pets get abandoned during major changes in life. This campaign reminds us to think of the pets, too. If you can't keep them, don't abandon them to the streets. Take them to the SPCA.
This new campaign aimed at millennials who are thinking about joining the armed forces, shows what a day in the life of a RAF member is like. And these are real RAF members, too. As you can see, it's no ordinary job.
Harry is an engineer officer in the Royal Air Force who is in charge of 60 technicians. And 12 badass planes. But it's not just serious stuff. Harry also has fun playing sports with his mates, too. But mostly he's a technical badass.
Unlike the "summer holiday forever" vibe that The RAF's spot featuring Amanda's endless summer holiday gives off, young Ellie here left school to join up and at 19 years old, she is a bad ass who is part of the
The Royal Air Force regular and reserve is a profession that isn't showcased all that often. Until now. This campaign is made for social media and aims to attract millennial men and women by showing them what a cool job it really is.