Lucky Generals is a creative company for people on a mission. An Emmy-nominated, multi-award-winning agency, with creativity at its core, we believe in making work that makes a difference. Founded in 2013 by Helen Calcraft, Andy Nairn and Danny Brooke-Taylor, Lucky Generals is now an international agency with offices in London and New York. Clients include Amazon, OVO, Virgin Atlantic, The Co-op and Yorkshire Tea.
Universal Orlando Resort appoints Lucky Generals as agency partner
Lucky Generals has been appointed as the agency partner of Universal Orlando Resort, including a specific brief to work on the launch of Epic Universe.
The agency picked up the business following a pitch against two other US agencies.
Led out of the agency’s New York office, the long-term partnership will see Lucky Generals tasked with driving excitement and intrigue around Universal Orlando Resort’s full destination, continuing to position them as the must-visit vacation destination for domestic and international visitors, as well as theme-park lovers.
Universal Orlando Resort is currently home to three of the US’ leading theme parks: Universal Studios Florida; Universal Islands of Adventure; and Universal Volcano Bay Water Theme Park, housing some of the world’s most exciting and innovative theme park experiences plus eight resort hotels.
Universal Orlando will also soon launch Epic Universe; its newest, most immersive theme park experience in almost a quarter of a century.
Hollie Alexander, Managing Director, Lucky Generals New York, said: “We’re thrilled to announce such an amazing long-term partnership and landmark client for us in New York. With a client with huge ambition, a culture of collaboration and a truly awesome product that we all know and love, this really is the brief of a lifetime.”
Danny Brooke-Taylor, Founder at Lucky Generals, said: “Universal Orlando Resort is designed to elicit big emotions, and we can’t wait to do the same through the stories we tell. To be able to make ads for a product launch like Epic Universe will truly lead to agency-defining work for our New York office.”