Public View - McDonald's 'planting' by Leo Burnett

LONDON - Vox Pops International, in association with Campaign, took to the streets to find out what members of the public think of Leo Burnett's new campaign for McDonald's Happy Meals.

View McDonalds 'planting' by Leo Burnett

In an attempt to help rebrand the image of the world's leading burger chain, Leo Burnett's ad is full of pastoral imagery.

Children and adults cooperate to plant flowers in the shape of animals, and the voiceover emphasizes the quality of ingredients which go into Happy Meals.

But did the strategy work for the ordinary viewer? Watch our film to find out.


 Video produced by Vox Pops International on behalf 
 of
Campaign.
 



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