Meat & Livestock Australia has launched “Lambnesia”, a new advertising campaign featuring Lambassador Sam Kekovich. The 2013 campaign, with television and online commercial, point of sale, social media and integrated content, has Sam Kekovich suffering the after effects of a knock to the head from a cricket ball, reviewing the year just gone with a call to get lamb back on the nation’s menu. The campaign draws people to the National Lambnesia Quiz, online at lambnesia.com.au.
The campaign began with a tongue in cheek teaser video of the cricket accident that triggered Sam’s Lambnesia appearing on the Channel Ten YOutube channel. “Tim Bailey might be able to predict the weather – but he wasn’t expecting this! Sam, we hope you’re ok!” Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)
A 90-second television commercial featured Sam coming clean on his Lambnesia condition. Realising that the only cure is lamb, he’s made it his mission to raise awareness of this most unAustralian condition. His solution: The National Lambnesia Test, an online game that tests your knowledge of Australian culture. The game lets you know how unAustralian you really are – and how much lamb you need to eat to be in chop shape on Australia Day. Click on the image below to play the video in YouTube (HD)
THe Lambnesia campaign was developed at BMF, Sydney, by executive creative Directors Carlos Alija and Laura Sampedro, creatives Carlo Mazzarella and Jonty Bell, digital creatives Tim Smith and Simon Koay, managing director Stephen McArdle, planner Christine Aventi, digital project manager Rachel O’Toole, agency producer Sue Hind, interaction lead Nev Fordyce, technical director Doug Rathbone, account executives Sarah Hood and Rose Flowers, account director Kelly Howard, account manager Samantha Heckendorf, working with MLA marketing director Bec Morton.
Post production was done at FSM by Ben Eagleton. Editors were Chris Leaver (online) and Luke Haigh (offline)
Music and sound were produced at Sonar Music by Mikey Lira.
Photographer was Mat Baker with producer Karen Liddle, designers Matthew Hughes and Indah Shillingford, art buyer Basir Salleh, illustrator Mike Watt.