Leo Burnett India doubles up for McDonalds

Double 1.jpgLeo Burnett India has launched a brand new campaign inviting people to come and relish McDonald‟s Double Patty range of burgers under its limited edition - "Doubles Fest‟.
 
The campaign is based on the insight that it's even better when you get double of something you love.

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The overall creative articulation for the campaign is centered on a catchy jingle to the chorus, "One  is Oye!, Two is Oye Teri! The TVC, launched on 8th January, 2015, features a catchy jingle which is set to the tune of everyday moments of fun and joy.
 
Double 2.jpgKedar Teny, Director, Marketing and Digital, McDonald's (West and South), said, "The aim was to celebrate the New Year with our guests by adding one more layer of love into their favourite burgers. Simply put, we added one more patty to the most loved burgers. The multimedia campaign aims to bring alive the proposition „one is good, two is better‟ in simple yet memorable executions."
 
RajDeepak Das, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett India, said, "It's a refreshing and relevant  campaign  that  delivers  the  doubles  message  in  a  clear  and  entertaining manner".
 
Hitesh Mehta, Vice President Planning, Leo Burnett, added, "The campaign effectively highlights the appeal of double patty burgers without diluting the equity of regular single patty burgers".
 
"Sachin  Kamble  and  Prajato  Guha  Thakurta,  Executive  Creative  Directors,  Leo Burnett, said," The beauty of the campaign is that it speaks to the youth in a language that appeals to them".

Apart from TV, the campaign effectively employs Radio, Print, Outdoor and Digital.

Credits -
Chief Creative Officer: RajDeepak Das
Executive Creative Directors: Sachin Kamble and Prajato Guha Thakurta
Creative Directors: Sujeet Sawant, Kaushik Datta
Copy: Qainat Mansoor, Manish Patel, Manas Kher
Art: Vaibhav Patil
Brand Planning: Hitesh Mehta (Vice President), Divya Agarwal
Account Management: Supriya Bhasin (Brand Director), Pratik Adhikari, Aditya Atre, Sayantan Bhattacharya

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