Taco Bell 'football derby' by DraftFCB
Campaign Work, Monday, 09 January 2012 11:48AM
The fast-food chain Taco Bell has launched a campaign for a new restaurant at Manchester's Arndale Centre.
As the city's footballing rivals prepared to face each other in an FA Cup third-round tie, Taco Bell aimed to provoke their fans.
The outdoor campaign featured digital six-sheets and adbikes to reach football supporters in the city centre, travelling to the match and near the grounds.
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