“Next Day You’ll be Okay” – Design You Trust

“Next Day You’ll be Okay”

Advertising campaign for Alka-Seltzer (BAYER) – ‘Next day you’ll be okay’, created by BBDO Russia. The aim of this print campaign is to convince the consumer that they should take Alka-Seltzer after the party and don’t lose the next day.

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