TitleFixed-Rate Pizza
BriefInflation keeps rising, mortgage rates keep rising, and gas prices are off the charts. But nobody should be priced out of pizza. Three days after the Bank of Canada’s highest interest rate hike in over 40 years, Pizza Pizza introduced Fixed-Rate Pizza. Playing off the language of a “Fixed-Rate Mortgage”, the campaign allowed pizza lovers to “lock in” any XL 4-topping pizza for a fixed rate of $16.99 – and prices are guaranteed not to rise for a year. That means no matter how bad inflation gets, your pizza price stays the same.
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About Zulu Alpha Kilo

Trade publications have written that Zulu Alpha Kilo stands out as a ‘maverick global indie agency’ within the fiercely competitive advertising industry dominated by global holding companies. Launched in 2008 by our creative leader and founder Zak Mroueh, we’re proud that our shop has built a reputation as an industry outlier and one of the most respected independent agencies in the world.
Over the past fifteen years, we have consistently produced ground-breaking, category-defining work for our clients. How can we help do the same for your brand? Well, it all starts with how we define the business we’re in. We don’t believe we are in the digital, design or advertising business. We’re in the bravery business.
Creative bravery is what drives our decision making and it’s why our agency was founded on the belief that the world needs more creativity. Because there is just so much ineffective, badly crafted work in the world that never gets noticed, has zero impact and is a waste of a client’s budget. Our sole purpose as a company is to change that.
When you, as a client, truly embrace creativity as a competitive advantage, you will see it transform your world and your business. We’ve witnessed this numerous times before with our own clients. As a purpose-driven company, we also use our creativity to do good in the world by supporting causes we truly believe in.
In 2016, Ad Age named us small agency of the year and 2017’s International Small Agency of the Year. We were also one of Forbes Best Small Companies in 2018, The Drum’s Agency of the Year 2021 and Campaign US 2021 Independent Agency of the Year. In 2022, we were listed among the top ten independent agencies in the world in Cannes, One Show and D&AD based on a body of effective, breakthrough work. With 150 staff in Toronto, New York and Vancouver, ZAK (or Zulu Alpha Kilo in the NATO phonetic alphabet) is a magnet for top global talent.
Since 2008 we have delivered impressive results for brands like Subaru, Corona, Harley-Davidson, Booking.com, Goldfish, Coca-Cola, Whirlpool and Tim Hortons to name a few.
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“As our first partnership with DoorDash, we fully embraced the personality traits of the brand,” said Jenny Glover, Chief Creative Officer, Zulu Alpha Kilo. “From the grammatically bonkers name of HoliDifferenlty, to the many quirky easter eggs throughout creative, our goal was to break through in the cluttered holiday season, while leaning into true, relatable moments that our target would deeply resonate with.”

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The campaign runs from October 9 through January 7. To learn more, visit the DoorDash app.

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