Fosters created a wheel of fortune game called Good call, Bad call.
The staff were based on ‘Brad and Dan’ from the Fosters Adverts with all of them dressed in Fosters t-shirts or Hawaiian shirts, blue jean shorts, sunnies and flip flops/espadrilles.
Foster’s is an Australian lager that calls upon its heritage in a tongue-in-cheek way, but also recognises its Australian heritage as a stand-out asset.
The aim of the game was for the public to spin the wheel and if the arrow landed on a Good call they would then receive a price ie - game cards, Cricket caps, Sunnies or a keyrings.
If the arrow landed on a Bad call the participant in order to receive a prize had to get dressed up with the Aussie props provided and let their friend s take pictures to upload onto their social networks.
The team visited Edinburgh Festival, Manchester Trafford Cricket Ground for the ODI, Manchester Comedy Store, Leeds Arena and also Leeds Fresher’s week.