Bundy Bottle

Agency: Leo Burnett


Brief: After the streets of Bundaberg were inundated by the worst floods in its history, a limited edition rum was created to draw people back to the town. Called ‘Road to Recovery’, the bottles were emblazoned with the names of Bundy’s flood-affected streets. All proceeds from the rum would be donated to restoring the streets of Bundaberg. We needed to produce a package that would capture the spirit of this idea.
Creative solution: This unique package perfectly replicates the streets of Bundaberg, reclaiming them from the floodwaters. They were auctioned off at the Distillery event, raising money for the relief effort.
Results: 6000 people came to Bundy injecting an estimated 2.5 million into the local economy. Sales of Road to Recovery raised $300,000 for flood relief.

This professional campaign titled 'Bundy Bottle' was published in Australia in December, 2013. It was created for the brand: Bundaberg, by ad agency: Leo Burnett. This Direct medium campaign is related to the Alcoholic Drinks industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted over 10 years ago.


Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Sydney, Australia
Creative Directors: Andy DiLallo, Vince Lagana, Grant McAloon
Copywriters: Michael Dawson, Mark Schoeller
Art Directors: Ben Alden, Chris Moreira
Photographer: Christopher Ireland
Laser Embellishing: Blazze Laser Embellishing


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