Cravendale 'magic potato h'okay' by Wieden & Kennedy London

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Kermit the Frog and Pépe the King Prawn from The Muppets star in the latest Cravendale TV and cinema campaign by Wieden & Kennedy.

In the ad, they sit at a breakfast table talking about a free backpack Kermit received from Cravendale. The free backpacks are being promoted on-pack and also through online activity and a cinema ad.

The eight-week promotion is part of a tie-up between Cravendale and The Walt Disney Company negotiated by the Aegis Media agencies Carat and JJP, and Disney’s ad sales arm, Disneymedia+.

Through, Muppets fans can download stickers to print and then upload photos of the stickers on cartons of Cravendale to win tickets for VIP screenings of the film.

The ad was created by Hollie Walker and Freddie Powell, and directed by Kirk Thatcher through Soapbox Films.

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Released: 08 February 2012

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With work from Cravendale, British Airways, T-Mobile, Orange, Transport for London and Loyd Grossman.

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