Snickers Saves Valentine's Day! (14/02/17)

Snickers Saves Valentine's Day!

Snickers has helped save Valentine's Day with its 'You're Forgetful When You're Hungry' experiential stunt at Waterloo

A Valentine's Day experiential stunt is taking place at Waterloo station today, developed by AMV BBDO, Snickers and Primesight. Forgetting to buy a Valentine's day card for a loved one can be an off-game moment for someone who's a little hungry – and therefore forgetful – and so Snickers' 'You're Not You When You're Hungry' campaign has swooped in to save the day.

This February 14th, Snickers is lending forgetful Londoners a helping hand by running a special outdoor poster with the tagline 'You're Forgetful When You're Hungry' for three days across our 16 Waterloo Domination billboards.

There is one special interactive 48-sheet featuring the words 'Forgetful' made out of Valentine’s Day cards which anyone can peel off and take away to give to their Valentine. Two of the panels provide sequential messaging, directing people to the special build panel.

The reminds passers-by that Snickers is on hand to help the hungry and forgetful on Valentine's Day. Tomorrow, 15th February and 16th February, more cards will be available on the poster, reading 'Sorry I forgot. On the plus side, booking a restaurant should be easier. Happy Belated Valentine's'.

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