Big O Yes Film Jell-O by Barkley

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Industry Tires
Media Film
Market United States
Agency Barkley
Executive Creative Director Katy Hornaday
Creative Director Chris Cima, Doug Hentges
Art Director Chris Larberg
Copywriter Justin Smith
Production The Sweet Shop
Director Nick Kelly
Released December 2017

Credits & Description

Category: Automotive
Media: Film
Geo: United States
Client: Big O Tires
VP of Marketing - Kim McBee
Senior Marketing Manager - Erica Staley
Agency: Barkley
Executive Creative Director: Katy Hornaday
Creative Director: Doug Hentges, Chris Cima
Executive Producer - Melany Esfeld
Senior Producer - JP McIntosh
Producer - Jasmine Henry
Art Director: Chris Larberg
Copywriter: Justin Smith
VP, Account Director - John Hornaday
Senior Account Manager - Jennifer King
Strategist - Scott Roberts
Production Company - The Sweet Shop
Director: Nick Kelly
Production Company Executive Producer - Laura Thoel
Production Company Producer(s) - Kali Niemann
Production Design - Erin D'Allesandro
Editorial Company - Cutters
Editorial company producer(s) - Heather Richardson
Editor(s) - Dustin Kaufman
Postproduction Company - Flavor
Postproduction company producer(s) - Neal Cohen
Color Correction/Artist - Company 3/Tyler Roth
Audio - Evolution Audio/John Blank
Published: December 2017
Synopsis:
New campaign from Big O Tires turns the “oh no” moment into “oh yes!”
The majority of car-owning Americans don't know how to fix a flat and put off buying new tires—and the combination makes for a lot of “oh no!” moments. The newest campaign from Big O Tires takes a humorous look at car repair by turning the big “oh no” moment into a big “oh yes!”
The “Big O Yes!” campaign, created by Kansas City-based agency Barkley, portrays the crises that come when you combine a wobbly tire with green jello and white suits or try to take your bald treads up an icy hill near a china shop.
"We love how the campaign positions Big O as the brand drivers turn to in unexpected moments while serving as a reminder to get ahead of "oh no" moments,” said Kim McBee, Vice President of Marketing & Advertising at Big O Tires.
To capture the “oh no” moments, Barkley tested different shapes and colors of gelatin to figure out which read the funniest on camera and created a special rig to drag an SUV backwards down a wet hill so they could film a crash scene without hurting people (or porcelain).
“We wanted to build on Big O Tire’s 55-year track record of being the brand you trust when car problems strike,” said Katy Hornaday, Executive Creative Director at Barkley. “What better way to do that than to dream up hilarious car dramas that would land you at Big O?”
The campaign launches its first of four national tv spots in late December. The scope of work also includes radio, social and in-store POP.