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Wyeth appoints Swordfish for on-pack promotion

LONDON - Swordfish, the Knightsbridge-based below-the-line agency, has won in a two-way pitch to develop an on-pack campaign for Wyeth Consumer Healthcare's multivitamin brand Centrum.

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The campaign is based on the "Feelgood Factor" theme, which Centrum launched in 2002. The drive to link the brand with positive benefits is timely, following a number of national media articles reporting claims by scientists that high doses of vitamins and minerals can seriously damage health.

The new on-pack campaign, which includes a data capture element, offers consumers a free camera with a single purchase and invites participants to submit their favourite feelgood-moment photograph to an online gallery, where the best will be displayed.

The person judged to send in the best Feelgood Moment will win a trip to a luxury spa in Cyprus.

Joanne Gray, Centrum brand manager, said: "The campaign objective is to leverage Centrum's 'feelgood factor' brand positioning, which we have built up over the past 18 months. We want to bring new users into the category and influence brand switchers at point of purchase. Swordfish developed a two-level proposition to drive impulse purchase and deepen consumer interaction."

Swordfish managing director Mark Whitmore said: "The sector can be very dry but Centrum's colourful brand personality shines through and this promotion, our third for Centrum, will further reinforce its personality."

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