SALES LEADS: Toyota, Ikea, Amgen…

A summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the market and/or targeting Multicultural consumers right now.

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  • Toyota and Club América

Toyota and soccer team Club América announced their partnership for Tour Águila in the United States to kick off 2018.  As the official automotive sponsor of Tour Águila, the brand will bring the action to fans starting on March 24th in San Diego, California against its rival, Club Tijuana. The Tour consists of a series of friendly matches against some of the most important teams in Liga MX and MLS during the preseason and FIFA dates.  These matches will take place in key Hispanic markets including cities in California and Texas and will be broadcast on Univision Deportes in the U.S. and on Televisa in Mexico. In addition, Toyota will be presenting sponsor of the pre-game Fiesta Futbolera, an interactive Fan Fest celebration of the Club, including a showcase of the team's championship trophies, Agui the official mascot and legendary player appearances.  Other elements of the partnership include in-stadium content opportunities including live partnership announcements and video, on-field signage, tickets and giveaways. Along with Club América, Toyota will connect with soccer fans at a community level through an association with Alianza de Fútbol, the premier organization in the U.S. dedicated to the support and development of Hispanic amateur soccer.As the exclusive automotive sponsor of Alianza, Toyota will be the title sponsor of the Copita Alianza, a series of youth tournaments that take place from May through October in key Hispanic markets where thousands of children participate.  

  • Ikea

Ikea announced it has appointed Wavemaker to retain its planning and buying business in the U.S. following a global media review that launched in 2016.WPP ‘s Wavemaker will be tasked with driving “deeper integration and innovation” in-store and online across all of the furniture brand’s domestic media channels including data science, multicultural, search engine optimization (SEO) and content offerings, according to the announcement.Ikea spent US$108.2 million on measured media in the U.S. last year and US$106.6 million in 2016, according to Kantar Media. MEC was the incumbent for 11 years.

 

 

  • Amgen

Hearts & Science has been appointed to handle pharmaceutical company Amgen’s US$350 million media planning and buying account, following a review, Adweek first reported. Incumbent agency on the account was WPP’s MEC. Amgen produces medications such as Neulasta and Neupogen. The company ad spend in 2018 will approach US$350 million.

 

 

 

 

  • Modelo Especial

Constellation Brands has announced it has extended and expanded its partnership with the MLS L.A. Galaxy and StubHub Center, making Modelo Especial the official import beer of the club and stadium. The multiyear deal also includes building a Modelo-branded area atop the west terrace. Modelo will also be a lead marketing partner of the team, which will include co-branding marketing materials, fan merchandise, consumer promotions and fan engagements. Previously the Modelo Especial brand was the exclusive import beer sponsor of both the LA Galaxy and their StubHub Center home. Given that the San Diego Chargers are also playing in the StubHub Center these days, ismore Modelo in the offing for sports marketing?

 

 

 

  • McDonald’s

McDonald’s has rolled out  a multimedia Hispanic market campaign centered in Houston that was part of the giant QSR’s January launch of its US$1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu, a key part of its growth strategy, Mediapost has reported.The campaign aimed to connect with Hispanic consumers looking for ways to find value without compromising quality, drive traffic and sales lifts in Houston locations, and support brand affinity among the Hispanic segment nationally by showcasing McDonald’s’ commitment to supporting the Hispanic community, reports Natalie Asorey, a supervisor at the Miami-based Boden agency, which spearheaded the campaign.The campaign “¡Síganme los Buenos! (“Good guys, follow my lead!”)was designed as a test model for adaptation in other key Hispanic markets. it was centered on El Chapulín Colorado — a  Mexican TV character.The campaign included animated social video that teased the brand’s partnership with El Chapulín Colorado, posted on the brand’s U.S. Hispanic Facebook page, McDonald’s Latino, and the local McDonald’s Houston Facebook and Instagram pages.There was also a media tour featuring Roberto Gómez Fernández — the son of the character’s creator and spokesperson for Grupo Chespirito (owner of the character) — and Nelly Quijano, local McDonald’s owner/operator, with national and local general market and Hispanic media outlets.As part of a local media buy, radio and TV spots and influencer content went live on the days leading up to a January 27 takeover event at Quijano's McD's location. The team launched a second animated video to announce the campaign that revealed the character and encouraged consumers to try the new $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu. At the same time, the local giveaway rules were published on the McDonald’s newsroom.

 

 

 

 

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  • Tampico Beverages 

Chicago-based Tampico Beverages, one of the world’s leading beverage brands that has successfully cornered a niche of multicultural, economic, family shoppers, announced the launch of its brand refresh, including an updated logo, a new look and feel across its family of fruit flavored juice drink products, website and social media channels. To celebrate this milestone and provide consumers with a chance to engage with Tampico’s new brand expression of being “Imaginatively Curious,” Tampico brand ambassadors will be hosting activations in seven major cities across the U.S. starting today. The new logo, with juice droplets emanating from the Tampico name, is designed to symbolize a burst of flavor, with the letter “o” converted to a smile that conveys the fun found in Tampico juice drinks.The brand refresh is simultaneously being rolled out across Tampico’s products and digital properties, including its website, blog, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.Tampico will continue its branded activations, “Tampico Tuesdays,” every Tuesday between March 20 and May 1. Brand ambassadors will surprise locals in seven cities with exclusive Tampico wristbands, while accompanied by roaming mobile billboards designed to look like larger-than-life bottles of Tampico. Events will take place in select public spaces in major cities including Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, and New Jersey.

 

2018 NETWORKING SOLUTIONS. To find out about Portada's new networking solutions targeting the decision makers of the above campaigns, please contact our Sales Manager Isabel Ojeda at Isabel@portada-online.com.


Celeste Martorana @celesmartorana

Celeste joined Portada’s team in 2014. Since then, she has been working as an editor for Portada’s English-language website and compiling information for Portada’s Databases.

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