"Be Enormous" campaign

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  1. Dec 22, 2008 #1

    fat hiker

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    Anybody else struck by the obvious creative (stories, songs, parodies, videos) possibilities put forward by the current "Be Enormous" ad campaign that Fosters Beer is running? I know they're promoting big cans of beer using the 'expansive' Aussie lifestyle, but why not just take a little diversion and promote 'personal' bigness too? After all, with BHMs, "Be Enormous" can be a personal as well as a social goal....

    I'm not skilled in videography, or I'd try to create something. I am working on a short story, though....


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    Just so people know... nobody in Australia actually drinks Fosters. It sells far more in the US than it does to locals.
     
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    I do not drink beer in general.
     
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    That's true no one drinks fosters down there. VB & XXXX are probably the most popular?
     
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    Sounds familiar - until recently, Moosehead, an independent Canadian brewery in New Brunswick, was only available in four Canadian provinces - but it was exported to all 50 US states, where it sold very well.
     

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