UK: Quintessential Brands gives Greenall's push with new design, campaign
The new design for Greenall's will appear from next month
Quintessential Brands has given its Greenall's London Dry gin a design refresh and launched a promotion to target young drinkers in the UK as a part of a wider push for the brand.
The new bottle design features the signature of the brand's founder Thomas Dakin on the front, along with the Greenall’s family crest, in a bid to boost the brand's premium credentials. The new design will appear on shelves from 1 September.
Quintessential is also launching a UK on-pack promotion for Greenall's in the off-trade. The 'Win a Mini' offer is designed to appeal to 20- to 35-year-olds.
The promotion is the first part of consumer marketing campaign for Greenall’s as part of a “considerable” investment in the brand.
Sinead O’Frighil, Greenall’s international brand manager, said: "This is part of a key strategy to deliver growth for the brand with an increased investment behind innovation and brand awareness, supported by an integrated marketing plan."
In June, Quinessential renewed a tie-up between Greenall's and Lancashire County Cricket Club.
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