P&G backs Pringles brand in RSVP cross media deal

LONDON - Procter & Gamble has signed a deal with RSVP, the cross-media partnership, to support its Pringles brand.

P&G backs Pringles brand in RSVP cross media deal

RSVP, an alliance between Capital Radio, Viacom Brand Solutions and IPC ignite!, will back the Pringles brand with a "taste the world" promotion that runs for a month.

P&G is spending £200,000 on weekend activity with the Capital FM Network, excluding the London station, and £100,000 in IPC weekly magazines Nuts, Now, Woman and Chat.

The activity on Capital Radio will enable listeners to win a BBQ party pack. The deal was struck by IPC and Capital Radio with Procter & Gamble's agency Starcom Mediavest.

P&G's decision to use RSVP to support Pringles follows an earlier cross-media deal with the RSVP partners for its Head & Shoulders brand.

RSVP launched in March with the aim of providing advertisers with a cross-media approach to targeting youth audiences. Other advertisers to use the service include TDK and Strongbow.

Rival media groups Emap and Scottish Media Group offer cross-media solutions using their own range of properties.

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