Jul 16, 2022
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Therefore, brands can get the attention of their target audience with eye-catching Father’s Day marketing ideas. Worth remembering: While Father’s Day ads campaigns bring their brand forward, ad campaigns aim to create awareness about a topic. And they connect their brand more organically. They don’t even need to mention the brand directly. With love to Real Estate Photo Editing all fathers and father figures who can spread their love! Best Father’s Day Ads It may not be easy to create unique but memorable Father’s Day ad campaigns for your brand, or your customers as a digital agency. Here, we have compiled the best Father’s Day advertising campaigns from famous brands to inspire you for your next campaign ideas. Nike – 2021 Dove Men+Care – 2021 Gillette – 2016 Tesco – 2020 Dollar Shave Club – 2019 SheaMoisture Men – 2021 Jimmy Kennel Live – 2017 Hallmark UK and Ireland – 2019 Nike – 2021 Our fathers are our superheroes. And if we’re lucky, we know that they are always there to cheer us up and motivate us to do our best. In their Father’s Day ad 2021, Nike explains it really well: Dove Men+Care – 2021 Dove had a pretty new perspective on their Father’s Day campaign in 2021. By providing fathers and father figures with resources to help them care for themselves, the brand reminded them of a very crucial thing: Fathers can offer better care for their kids when they feel good. A Storybook Surprise – Dove men+care Also, it was the second year of the pandemic, which caused various mental and emotional degeneration. So, the Father’s Day marketing campaign arrived at a perfect time. In addition, Dove is supporting families with essential donations and at-home parenting resources with their Father’s Day ad campaign. PS: This is also a great example of the difference between advertising campaigns and marketing campaign ideas. Go Ask Dad – Gillette – 2016 We like this Father’s Day marketing because it focuses on communication with dads. With the non-stop use of the internet, the kids are choosing to learn from the Internet rather than asking their fathers. That was the starting point of the story for Gilette. For Father’s Day marketing campaign, the brand asked the kids to ask a question online and try doing it according to the video instruction. Then the fathers came and answered the same questions for their kids. As a result, the kids confirmed that their fathers could guide them better as their guidance was personal. We can also see how communication brings kids and parents closer. It’s a lovely special day marketing campaign. Tesco – 2020 Here are 3 generations sharing the love. It’s hard times for all of us around the world and sometimes we can’t see our beloved-ones so as to protect them.