Ad Nut
May 13, 2015

Hotel rooms infested with singing doppelganger puppets

From the UK: 'The Travelodgicals' for Travelodge by CHI & Partners

Hotel rooms infested with singing doppelganger puppets

Ad Nut's colleagues at Campaign UK have described this perfectly: "Puppets appear alongside their human counterparts and start singing about the value and features available at Travelodges, making the hotel chain the logical choice when staying away from home. The puppets represent the part of their human doppelganger that loves good value."

Creepy? Yes, but the showtune style wins Ad Nut's admiration in the end.

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