Ad Nut
Jul 1, 2019

Don't be a Stranger spoiler

What do Stranger Things Season 3 and Singapore's authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer have in common? Spoiler alert... a BBDO campaign.

BBDO Singapore's Stranger Things spoiler preventer at work on behalf of Cycle & Carriage

Ad Nut has seen Stranger Things before, but this is still pretty strange.

When thinking how a luxury car dealer in Asia might promote a new anti-collision system, one might not think of jumping on the back of a popular new season launch of an American Netflix show.

But that's exactly what BBDO Singapore has done, pouncing on the upcoming July 4th launch of the third season of Stranger Things for Cycle...

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