The campaign by Ogilvy Paris breaks on Monday (12 March) and runs under the current brand proposition 'More Fanta, Less Serious'. It features a new TV ad supported by digital, sampling and PR activity.
The ad uses the brand's recognisable animated figures and reintroduces the character of Andy, who is chased by his friend because he is drinking Fanta.
The Ogilvy Paris team included creative director Chris Garbutt and art directors Sarah Bamford and Bruno Bicalho.
The ad features music recorded by Parisian house DJ Martin Solveig and intends to build on Coca-Cola's work with engaging teens with the brand through the use of music.
A new Facebook app is being touted by the brand as the centre-piece of the campaign, which houses Fanta City, an animated world featuring games and missions with a range of prizes to win, from tickets for the cinema to Alton Towers, supported by the launch of branded mobile apps.
The app will also give teens the opportunity to win a three-night stay in the Fanta House, which plays host to a swimming pool, dinners cooked by a personal chef and a games room and a home cinema.
The winning teens will have the chance to throw a party at the house during their stay.
Zoe Howorth, market activation director at Coca-Cola GB, said: "2012 is set to be an exciting year for Fanta.
"The campaign builds on the success of our previous 'More Fanta, Less Serious' activity and will allow the brand to engage directly with our teen audience.
"The Fanta City Facebook game app platform offers teens a 'must do' experience and will be sure to keep them energised, excited and close to the Fanta brand."
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