Molson 67 Tiny Glasses

Due to the stagnation of the Canadian beer market, Molson Canadian looked to expand the market instead of stealing share from other brands or enticing new drinkers into the category.

Molson 67 Tiny Glasses

Agency: CP+B Canada, Spring Design, Mediaedge:cia, Sklar Wilton & Associates, Paradigm PR


Business Results Period (Consecutive Months): October 2009 – May 2010

Start of Advertising/ Communication Effort: October 2009

Base Period as Benchmark: N/A -- a new product

Geographic Area Covered: English Canada

Annual Budget Range: $4 – $5 Million


a) Overall Assessment

"Light beer has 400 calories"

Focus group respondent, April 2009

The Canadian beer market has stagnated and everyone is trying to take business from everyone else. At about...

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