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The Calorie Receipts

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March 2010

Description

Ambient advertisement created by Jung von Matt, Germany for Fitness First, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt/Spree, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Florian Kitzing
Art Director: Florian Kitzing
Copywriter: Arndt Poguntke
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gmint7's picture

good one.

not intrusive to people and consequently, effective.

gmint7
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Art Director at ad grad @ S Francisco |

:::J:::

Enduwolf's picture

Very nice

Enduwolf
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Copywriter at Advertising Energy Group
shahid.h's picture

ah!! cool one!

shahid.h
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Copywriter at OgilvyOne Worldwide,Sr. Copy
jbuckingham's picture

Nice idea.
By the way, it's 'lose', not 'loose'! Pet hate :-)

jbuckingham
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tirthomitro's picture

kewl idea

tirthomitro
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Creative Director at Grey Global, India |

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

Appolonia's picture

thats a cool idea..and it might encourage people as well to loose weight

Appolonia
Activity Score 298
Copywriter at memark branding agency
jbuckingham's picture

...lose weight!!! :-)

jbuckingham
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michdec's picture

Call me Ms. Negative but I have a hard time believing that restaurants would easily agree to this - high calories shown on their products wouldn't benefit them the way it benefits a gym, and I'm sure if it happened it couldn't have been cheap to re-rig all their registers.
Anyho if I'm wrong about all that complication, it's a good idea :)

michdec
Activity Score 440
atb2005's picture

@michdec,

I was going to say absolutely the same thing. You beat me to the punch! :-) Why would a restaurant care about people's weight? Wouldn't they want to keep the calories of at least some of their meals a secret? Won't the knowledge that a single small meal is, say, 1000 calories discourage people from ordering it? Check out Saatchi & Saatchi's take on this same concept. They did something similar for Monti Fitness, Italy. I think their approach was better... they just printed exercises on the back of receipts...

atb2005
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lucdesaulniers's picture

I agree with Michdec. I can't see a restaurant advertising the number of calories for each of their dish. Bad idea. A restaurant is where you consume, not diet. Hum let see, how many calories in a bottle of wine, ah! ok, I'll take a glass then. Is this a real campaign?

lucdesaulniers
Activity Score 1145
gmint7's picture

yea thts true.
but you only get it after ur done eating.

fyi: i do see some restaurants put up cal beside their menu some on the paper trays.

gmint7
Activity Score 2675
Art Director at ad grad @ S Francisco |

:::J:::

zerocool's picture

I wholeheartedly agree with michdec, those owners must have been retards.

zerocool
Activity Score 455
tsea's picture

it's fun! i think people laugh about it, when they see it on the receipt.
and it's also not bad for the restaurant owners, because people talk about their restaurants.

tsea
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tsea

kalpesh78's picture

A friend of mine has a gym and a restaurant in the same building a floor below... smart isn't he :)

kalpesh78
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Chief Creative Officer at Uniqish Brand Creche |

ideas....30 minutes nahi toh free.

mosho's picture

nice :)

mosho
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Graphic Designer at Graphic designer |

Mohamed El Mahdy
www.sketchescs.com

Mr. Green's picture

Fake it. For sure!

Mr. Green
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Art Director at Porco Preto advertising
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