Agency News

CDMN Soft Landing Program

Feast Interactive has recently been accepted to be a part of the CDMN Soft Landing program, which allows us to obtain regional support and resources for the right connections to help open new markets, close international sales or connect with new partners. Thank you very much to the Canadian Digital Media Network for the opportunity to expand as a business. 

SYLVANIA Canada SilverStar® zXe Spotlights Drifting in Super Bowl Ad

Feast Interactive Super Bowl spot for Sylvania Canada features Canadian Drift Drivers

The spot was created by Feast Interactive and directed by Revolver Film’s Ante Kovac.

The ad tells the story of young drift drivers dedicated to an extreme sport built on practice and passion. Feast conceptualized, designed, and built a creative strategy behind the ad with an overall goal of connecting to car enthusiasts in Canada and, ultimately, driving sales at Canadian Tire. We produced the ad to increase mindshare of SilverStar® zXe automotive lighting amongst car enthusiasts across Canada. The Super Bowl ad will be shown pre-game and during the game.



2013 Digi Award Finalist for Interactive Advertising

Feast is nominated for 2013 Digital Award for Interactive Advertising.

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Feast’s Social Media Expertise Highlighted by the Financial Post

We’re really excited to have our work with Earth Rated Poop Bags featured in the National Post on April 2, 2012. The article demonstrates how the right mix of organic and paid digital marketing can help build a brand and make them a leader in the space. Since January 2012, we’ve focused the campaign on increasing fan base and engaging users by creating an emotional attachment to the brand with  new and existing customers.

Feast has thrived on the energy and passion of working with start-up brand such as Earth Rated Poop Bags. By working diligently to promote the brand on Facebook and Twitter. The campaign gained momentum with special event at at Social Media Week Toronto. And, we are in the works of creating a Pinterest micro campaign.

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