PepsiCo ran an integrated marketing campaign around Super Bowl LIII, audaciously choosing to feature bubly in one of their in-game ad spots.
PepsiCo kicked off the bubly campaign with a branded sponsorship on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in the weeks prior to the Super Bowl.
For their 30-second Super Bowl ad, PepsiCo brought in Michael Bublé for a playful, charming ad that exemplified the bubly brand persona.
PepsiCo tapped Comscore to measure the reach, performance and health of the bubly brand before, during and after the Super Bowl.
Both unaided and aided awareness of the bubly brand spiked leading up the Super Bowl – and remained relatively consistent in the weeks thereafter.
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With the reach of the Super Bowl, the right creative and a well-executed campaign, bubly drove
significant commercial recognition, increasing unaided linkage by 46%.
Week of Super Bowl
Share of Consumer Choice
The campaign drove improvements in Share of Consumer Choice (SoCC), Comscore’s proprietary metric that is often used as a proxy for market share. Among the top five sparkling water brands, bubly won the highest SoCC post-Super Bowl.