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Ads of the Week: Proud dads, proud Skittles, a nation going 'madbury' for Cadbury and more

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ROTHCO – Dublin Bus

Public service provider Dublin Bus wanted to add an extra level of ‘proud’ to their continued support for Pride Festival Dublin. Working with creative agency ROTHCO (part of Accenture Interactive) they decided to fill their buses with the proudest people – dads. Following research, ROTHCO and director Jamie Delaney unveiled the fact that many Dublin dads wanted to support pride but didn’t feel it was their place to be at the festival. For the last ten years, Dublin Bus have supported the Pride Festival Dublin

 

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