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Doritos 'Mariachi Doritos' by AMV BBDO
Campaign Work, Wednesday, 30 May 2012 04:22PM
A TV spot for the PepsiCo-owned tortilla chips brand Doritos, created by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, follows the Mariachi Doritos band as it brings Mexican fun to house parties by performing British pop classics such as Don't You Want Me by The Human League.
With the strapline "For fun, add a little Mexican", the ad directs viewers to a Facebook competition that offers them the chance to win an exclusive live or virtual performance from the Mariachi Doritos band.
The spot breaks on 1 June and will run for four weeks. It was written by Mark Fairbanks and Prabs Wignarajah, and art directed by Thiago de Moraes and Jez Tribe. It was directed by Sniper Twins through Independent.
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