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May 13, 2009

Major retailer drums up Asian experience for commuters

Store chain Marks & Spencer recently launched a vibrant experiential campaign across London to promote the addition of authentic Asian cuisine to its Food to Go range.

The new options include sushi, salads, lettuce cups and wraps, with the range described by M&S as a “tasty and healthy alternative to the traditional lunchtime sandwich”.
The campaign, which was run by experiential marketing agency Because, featured Asian drummers and flag bearers dressed in M&S branded traditional-style costumes alerting London commuters to the new range at five major train stations across the capital. BEcause brand ambassdors also chatted to passers-by about the new range, while handing out branded chopsticks which doubled up as 50p money-off coupons to redeem in-store. An additional two days of guerrilla hit-squad activity across the city added to the experience.
“This loud and colourful experience brought the flavour of the Food to Go range to life and stopped commuters in their tracks,” explained Sharon Richey, managing director of Because.

“By targeting busy commuter hotspots, we went straight to the cash-rich, time-poor professional that the Food to Go range is aimed at and showed them that healthy food can be delicious.”

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