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Historically observed as religious holiday, countries across the nation have grown to recognize Easter as a family tradition of morning brunch and egg hunts.
With the 2014 total holiday spend just under $16 billion, marketers are continuously expanding efforts to tap into the spring celebrations.
For today's holiday blog I went on an Easter ad hunt and rounded up some of the top branded Easter campaigns...so let's hop to it!
The supermarket's #AsdaChick campaign combines TV and social media in a way that gets viewers dancing along to the beat of low prices.
An Easter basket staple, Cadbury chocolate built eggs trails in partnership with properties across the UK to promote a day of sweet family fun.
In this Alice in Wonderland-esque spot a curious girl decides to trade her Easter basket for a shopping trip.
Put some chocolate's in a rabbit costume and have them hide jelly beans...and you've got yourself one quick and quirky holiday ad.
Whether it's winning attention through small animals, egg hunts or chocolate, these Easter campaigns have shown to be a real treat amongst the masses.
What's your favorite Easter holiday ad? Comment with your favorites below!
Content devourer with a passion for the creative, Deanna is on the constant lookout for her next big adventure. Having earned her B.S. in Marketing Communications and Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, she spent the following year trekking the globe directing university programs in both the United Kingdom and China.
At Synecore, she utilizes her diverse range of experiences from event marketing to project management to develop compelling digital content. When she’s not socialing on media, Deanna can be found blazing new trails with her equine comrades and scouring concert venues throughout the Midwest.