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Sanderson Farms: Restaurant

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This summer, Sanderson Farms is launching a new advertising campaign designed to explain the brand’s common-sense approach to raising chickens. The campaign focuses on freshness, value, and, well, the fact that chickens aren’t vegetarian, in a series of three spots. The catch is, the one doing all the conversing is a chicken. The first spot, Penguins, sees the chicken on a trip to Antarctica where it’s colder than he bargained for. Chickens are best fresh, not frozen. In the second spot in the campaign, Pricey Gift, the chicken reacts to receiving an expensive (yet quite tacky) gift as a reminder that you shouldn’t overpay for chicken. The third spot, Restaurant, showcases the chicken being put in a sticky situation when he is served a “vegetarian special,” which of course makes him uncomfortable because chickens aren’t vegetarians.
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Chief Strategy Officer: Tricia Russo

Senior Director: Tami Oliva

Head of Strategy: Nigel Tribe

Global Creative Director: Craig Miller

Account Director: David Welday

Edit Company: Beast

Editor: Merritt Duff (Restaurant & Pricey Gift)

Editor 2: Adam Leibowit (Penguins)

Post Production Company: The Mill

Sound Company: Co3 Audio (Restaurant), Heard City (Pricey Gift, Penguins)

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