Intercontinental Hotels' "New Neighbor"
In a new spot of Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG), STORY Director Jeff France explores one of the most vexing problems of modern business travel: what to bring home for the kids. Conceived by Seattle agency Possible, the ad promotes IHG’s Travel Rewards program.
Waiting for their mom to return from a business trip, two girls speculate about the goodies she’s bringing. “Act excited,” heaves one. The reason for their lack of enthusiasm rests on a nearby table: a collection of corny knickknacks. These remnants of past trips express their own curiosity over the new arrival. “What’s it going to be this time?” chirps a ceramic T-Rex.
Agency: Possible, Seattle.
Chelsea Sweetin, Agency Producer; Rob Mapes, Account Director; Aylin Koker, Project Manager; Jon Dietrich, Creative Director; Adam Strom, Associate Creative Director; Jennifer Yeend Senior, Copywriter.
Jeff France, Director; Merilee Newman, Producer; Mark Androw and Cliff Grant, Executive Producers.
Editorial: KVL Editorial.
Kelly Vander Linda, Editor
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