Celebrating Nestle 100 Years through TV Ad

Nestle is proven to be a very strong brand in the food manufacturing business here in the Philippines and all over the world. Creating a good relationship in every home with their good quality food products. Who doesn’t have a Nestle product in their home right?

This 60 sec TV Ad entitled Pagibig (love) done by Publicis Manila perfectly captured how Nestle products have been part of the Filipino people daily lives. Showing a heart warming story of two people finding love in their young age and eventually growing old together. What I love about this TV ad campaign by Nestle is that it didn’t focus on the brand but  rather it gave the spotlight to their consumers. Watching this TV ad reminded me why I fell inlove with Advertising and made me hope to do something like this one day. I believe consumer insight holds the key to a good advertising campaign. It makes the audience feel that the ad is talking to them and eventually see how that product can fit into their lives.

Nestle is a brand who cares and they have manage to be in the business for over a 100 years now. That says a lot and I know that there will be many years to come for this brand. More new products to make sure that people all over the world will get the best quality food for their family. As their slogan says,” Good food, Good Life.”

Pagibig (Love) 60 sec. TV Ad by Nestle

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About Yeh Dalag

An advertising graduate and now in the field of social media marketing. I enjoy seeing the advertising world evolved into its full potential. More creative and insightful ads to share in the world wide web.

Posted on May 28, 2011, in TV Ads and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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