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Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Public Relations, Design, Strategy and Planning

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Core Competencies: Full Service, Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Direct/Tele/Database Marketing/CRM, Public Relations, Design, Strategy and Planning

Founded in: 1991

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Employees: 180

Awards: 228

Creative Work: 62

Clients: 18

Havas London

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Global CMO Havas Creative Group and Arnold

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KEEP IT FRESH: COORS LIGHT’S FIRST NEW BRAND CAMPAIGN IN SIX YEARS SCALES THE COORS MOUNTAIN IN EPIC ASCENT

-Multi-million-pound, TV-led UK campaign marks Havas’ debut for the iconic beer brand-

Coors Light, the iconic, Molson Coors-owned beer, this weekend launches a major new brand campaign and positioning in the UK: Keep It Fresh. Taking inspiration from the brand’s Rocky Mountain heritage and its longstanding strapline ‘The World’s Most Refreshing Beer’, it champions freshness as an attitude and celebrates fresh perspectives.

The campaign centres around an epic, 60” TV spot set on the semi-mythical Coors Mountain, which launches tomorrow (Saturday 1 February). Against a stunning, snow-covered vista, one man limbers up as he prepares to ascend. But rather than being kitted out in gloves, snow shoes or even a coat – as would be expected – he dons merely a swimming cap, goggles and a tight pair of trunks, as though about to go for a swim. And then he dives in.

Soundtracked by energetic garage track ‘Fresh’ by FooR, Majestic and Dread MC, his ascent up the mountain sees him front crawl past hikers, slalom round skiers, leap like a salmon over a crevice and, as he approaches the summit, indulge in a spot of backstroke to admire the view. Finally, upon reaching a stunning vista bar at the mountain’s peak, he submerges under the snow once again, emerging at the bar and towelling himself down as the barman pours him a well-earned pint of Coors Light. It ends with the line ‘Whatever you do, keep it fresh’.

The ad, directed by Sam Pilling through Pulse Films, is backed by a substantial media spend and will run on UK TV stations and video on demand platforms throughout the year, including 30”, 20” and 10” cutdowns. The campaign – which marks Havas London’s first work for Coors Light since winning the account in 2018 – also spans out of home executions, social, digital and PR activity and a series of idents, which will appear across Coors Light’s sponsorship of Comedy on 4 from the 1st February.

Sophie Jamieson, Marketing Controller, American Beers, says: “Coors Light is the world’s most refreshing beer, but the world doesn’t need another lager ad showing people being refreshed. With the launch of this campaign, we’re shifting our focus from simply telling a story to, fundamentally, how we behave as a brand. ‘Keep It Fresh’ is more than just a new advertising line; it’s an attitude. And having been born in the Rocky Mountains – the freshest place on earth – it’s one we’re uniquely placed to own.

“Building on our longstanding brand equity, we’ll be celebrating the world’s freshest attitudes and perspectives – and the people who live by them – and inspiring everyone else to get on-board as well. Ultimately, we want Coors Light to be the brand that champions and creates the most refreshing moments in culture.”

Rob Potts, Creative Partner at Havas London adds: “Welcome to Coors Mountain. Where fresh isn’t just a temperature…it’s a way of life. And it doesn’t get much fresher than swimming your way up the mountain to the pub in your Speedos. Trust me, I was there.” 

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