DraftFCB Chicago has invoked the cuteness theory for their latest Del Monte Foods work, which suggests that people will always respond positively to cats or babies. The Facebook campaign lets users personalize a digital cat avatar with pet photos and create a jingle. Aside from the obvious cooing and awwing, those who play along could win a $100 daily prize or a $10,000 grand prize. I can almost hear the creaky bones of cat ladies crunching as they try to get up from their rocking chairs and walk to their computers without stepping on one of their 47 cats.
The app has been so successful thus far, according to echoes from the Chicago office, that the agency’s needed to add more servers to accommodate the traffic. That means cat ladies are probably making 47 entries for each of their kittens, giving them more chances to win and less chances to ever reclaim a normal life that involves other human beings.
Credits after the jump.
Creative Director: Tom Szidon
Art Director: Jenny Drucker
Copywriter: Tony Mavrelis
Digital Producer: Matt Brown
Account Director: Grayson Miles
Account Supervisor: Lindsay Tomek
Dev Managaer: Nick Kraska
Development Work: Modus Operandi
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