Allarming developments at PAK’nSAVE

The ad caught the attention of the New Zealand Llama Association who made contact with PAK’nSAVE and arranged to have a couple of their ‘media friendly’ creatures visit PAK’nSAVE Kapiti

The ad caught the attention of the New Zealand Llama Association (yes, there is one) who made contact with PAK’nSAVE and arranged to have a couple of their ‘media friendly’ creatures visit PAK’nSAVE Kapiti where surprised customers were offered the chance to have their shopping transported to their cars via Llama. Much low priced fun was had by all involved.

The Great Escape

More than just an advertising campaign, the electric car, named ‘Evie’, symbolised the escape from fossil fuel reliance, generating excitement about New Zealand’s electric transport future.

More than just an advertising campaign, the electric car, named ‘Evie’, symbolised the escape from fossil fuel reliance, generating excitement about New Zealand’s electric transport future.

The Human Serengeti

To promote the show, we brought nature to them by creating a 360 degrees sensory ambush activation. This led to Planet Earth 2 being Prime’s most successful launch of 2017

To promote the show, we brought nature to them by creating a 360 degrees sensory ambush activation. This led to Planet Earth 2 being Prime’s most successful launch of 2017.

Audi quattro Bistro

Open for one day only during the Audi Quattro Winter Games, and set on an ice track, 20 lucky New Zealanders won a seat at the bistro through an Audi test drive competition, and were hosted by celebri

Open for one day only during the Audi Quattro Winter Games, and set on an ice track, 20 lucky New Zealanders won a seat at the bistro through an Audi test drive competition, and were hosted by celebrity chef, Simon Gault, experiencing his specially designed menu for the event.

But there was an epic twist – there was no kitchen at the restaurant. All food had to be delivered by “quattro waiters” – Audi RS4’s which delivered the food at high speeds from a kitchen located across the mountain range.

The challenge? Deliver the food to the bistro on time, piping hot and still on the plate (or in the pot!) while reaching speeds of up to 160kmph.