Running throughout the 2019 AFL season, Clangers Happen was a comic campaign pushing the idea that insurance brand AAMI is there to help when things go wrong.
Through the 2018-19 season, Dutch optician Hans Anders played on the Eredivisie’s introduction of VAR with a pitchside billboard activation at PSV Eindhoven.
Busch celebrated its 40-year presence at the Daytona 500 in February 2019 by turning Stewart-Haas Racing’s 2018 No. 4 car into 40 limited-edition cans.
In 2019, Chase expanded on its 2018 US Open #ThisMama campaign with Serena Williams, again firing a conversation and debate about motherhood and work.
Official NRL spirits sponsor Bundaberg Rum leveraged its rights through the 2019 Finals Series with a responsible drinking campaign called ‘Stay in the Game’.
PSG teamed up with its sponsors and suppliers to raise funds for Parisian medical workers during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In autumn 2019, Beko rolled out an online video series that continued its strategy of using the Barcelona sponsorship to promote healthy lifestyles.
NFL sponsor Microsoft activated around the 2020 Super Bowl with an inspirational, equality-focused campaign based on the story of 49ers coach Katie Sowers.
For its 2018 and 2019 Australian Open activations, ANZ sought to burnish its corporate reputation by replacing Novak Djokovic with wheelchair champion Dylan Alcott as the face of ANZ tennis.
October 2019 saw Under Armour release a brand-building film showcasing the struggles and triumphs of the Indian Women’s National Ice Hockey Team.
Commerzbank activated its German women’s national team rights with deliberately provocative creative around the women’s world cup from May to July 2019.
During the opening weekend of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Steinlager leveraged its partnership with the All Blacks via ‘Black Laundry’, an experiential activation backed by an integrated marketing campaign.
Running from March 2018 to May 2019, Drive for More leveraged Yokohama’s Chelsea shirt sponsorship to convert consumers at the point of sale.
DHL, official logistics supplier to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, rolled out an epic campaign of activations through 2018 and 2019.
In February and August 2019, the multi-channel, multi-phase activation sought to launch Coca-Cola’s re-entry to the UK football space.
A tongue-in-cheek activation from FC Köln’s official insurance partner, the selfie scarf allowed fans to support the promotion-chasing team in person and online simultaneously.
Launched to drive awareness of Canadian coffee chain Tim Horton’s enhanced partnership with Hockey Canada, the campaign linked the brand to Canadian legend Wayne Gretzky.
In January and February 2019, Verizon leveraged its rights around the NFL Playoffs, Championship Games and Super Bowl via a multi-phase, multi-platform activation that honoured America’s first responders.
In 2018, T-Mobile US’s Metro by T-Mobile brand activated its UFC rights through a live 90-minute brand-owned social broadcast which set out to fill the pre-fight content void.
March 2020 saw Standard Chartered celebrate a decade of Liverpool FC sponsorship with a blockbuster film called ‘A Liverpool Story’, which emphasised the values of determination and long-term commitment.
In October 2019, Budweiser leveraged its NWSL sponsorship through a Megan Rapinoe- fronted campaign that aimed to solicit new sponsors for the US women’s professional league.
Procter & Gamble deodorant brand Secret kicked off conversation about women in sport with a Super Bowl LIV ad spot involving US women’s soccer superstar Carli Lloyd.
Captain Morgan joined MLS as official rum and spirits partner in 2019, activating through a season-long campaign that spanned stadium signage, around-the-ground street teams and sampling, ticket giveaways, national television ads, OOH work and digital and social content.