The Whole Town Comes Together In Latest Spanish Lottery Christmas Ad
The creators of 2015’s most acclaimed Christmas ad,” “Justino,” are back with a new holiday campaign. Keeping to the theme that “There’s no bigger prize than sharing,” the Spanish Lottery and Leo Burnett Madrid remind us through a heartwarming story of misinformation and unintended consequences that sometimes, winning isn’t everything in life. See how a town comes together in love and support for a retired teacher, Carmina, who thinks she has won the lottery in the film “December 21st".
The annual Spanish lottery is a highly celebrated national tradition since 1812 where people come together to “share” the lottery by purchasing tickets in groups with friends and family, and often, with their local community at neighbourhood bars. This biggest lottery prize in the world is scheduled to announce on Dec. 22.
Similar to “Justino,” fans of Carmina are encouraged to visit www.21dediciembre.es to participate and help Carmina’s son and grandson rally the townfolk to celebrate with Carmina. The campaign will also run on outdoor, press, radio and others.
Advertiser: Loterías y Apuestas del Estado “The Spanish Lottery"
Producer: Nico Sánchez, Juanjo Ocio
Creative Agency: Leo Burnett Madrid
Chief Creative Officer: Juan García-Escudero
Art Director: Javier Lopez Canle
Executive Creative Director: Jesús Lada
Creative Director: Ignacio Soria y Arturo Benlloch
Account Manager: Sara Cubillo
Account Director: Sara Iglesias
Music and Sound
Music Supervision: Fernando Velázquez
Production Company: RCR
ECD: Miguel Escribano
Director: Santiago Zannou
Genre: Dialogue , Digital , PR , People , Storytelling