Ad Nut
Jun 26, 2019

The star of this DBS ad is huge and hare-y

TSLA sends a large leporid (look it up) hopping through the streets of Singapore.

To follow up on their previous work involving rapidly multiplying, bucktoothed, big-eared creatures, DBS and TSLA have apparently decided, "We're gonna need a bigger bunny".

The work is meant to promote changes to the DBS Multiplier Account, which now features a higher interest rate and a bigger ceiling of funds—the biggest in the industry at the time of launch, Ad Nut is told.

The integrated campaign features customized Instagram stories, Facebook videos and intelligent pre-rolls optimized with data and targeted to pre-identified user-profiles. TSLA reports it got direction help from Uncle Friendly.

Ad Nut still believes the bank should consider a different kind of woodland creature for its ads, but anytime a fine furry friend gets paid is OK by Ad Nut.

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