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Top 6: April 14th 2021

Victoria Bitter: VB Solar Exchange Explained

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Top 6: April 14th 2021
Victoria Bitter and Clemenger BBDO Melbourne have launched the VB Solar Exchange a new program that enables beer lovers to trade their excess solar energy for slabs of Victoria Bitter. So, whether you’re giving the house a clean, playing with the team, or just wanna go green, your solar panels will be working hard to get you slabs of VB. The Solar Exchange program allows participants to exchange credit on their power bill obtained from generating excess solar at home for VB. Every $30 worth of credit can be exchanged for a slab, which is then delivered straight to your door. The campaign has rolled out nationally with a TVC, animation that explains the program, social, digital, a national PR campaign, and dynamic OOH that displays how much beer Australians could be earning based on the weather in each state. The launch of the program follows Asahi Beverages’ acquisition of Carlton & United Breweries last year. The program is part of Asahi’s ambitious sustainability agenda, which includes a goal to be powered entirely by 100% renewable energy by 2025.
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Client: Carlton & United Breweries

General Manager, Marketing: Brian Phan

Head of Classic Brands – CUB: Hayden Turner

Marketing Manager – Victoria Bitter: Marc Lord

Graduate Management Trainee – Victoria Bitter: Elannah Young

Media: PHD

Social: CUBHouse

PR: Clemenger PR & Multiplier Media


Joel Egan – Cinematographer

Martin Greer – Colourist

Eugene Richards – Online Editor

Squeak E Clean – Sound House

Dee Gjested – Sound Engineer

Alice Vanderway – Producer

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Stephen Elliget – Animation Director

Li Liang Johnson – Executive Producer

Ben Sanders – Illustrator

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