Huggies features babies born on gameday in their latest ad

Huggies accomplished first-ever, day-of production, starring gameday newborns in big game spot US Kimberly-Clark brand, Huggies, unveiled its new look, feel and mission in their first-ever, 30-second big game spot that welcomed gameday babies to the world, like never before. The new commercial demonstrates what it’s like for babies being […]

Huggies accomplished first-ever, day-of production, starring gameday newborns in big game spot

US Kimberly-Clark brand, Huggies, unveiled its new look, feel and mission in their first-ever, 30-second big game spot that welcomed gameday babies to the world, like never before.

The new commercial demonstrates what it’s like for babies being brand new to life, assuring them Huggies, the beloved diapers and wipes brand, is there to help navigate the unknowns of babyhood. The commercial signals Huggies’ refreshing take on the diapers and wipes category and its unique supportive role in helping babies and parents through uncharted territory.

“We’re excited to spotlight our celebrity arrivals, new babies born today and every day,” said Rebecca Dunphey, President of Personal Care at Kimberly-Clark North America. “Not only were we first time advertisers, but we’re also proud to be the first brand to feature gameday newborns in our spot! It was an incredible journey with our agency partners, and we’re thrilled to have been able to have this opportunity.”

Whilst much of the commercial was pre-produced, the spot featured eight babies who were born on 7 February 2021, the same day the ad was featured in the broadcast. Understanding the logistical mastery needed to obtain day-of user-generated-content, Huggies started outreach in late 2020 to its network of hospital partners worldwide, eventually signing on dozens of partners before game day.

Together, Huggies and these long-time hospital partners engaged expecting parents and had them submit user-generated pictures and video clips of their newborns to be featured in the big game commercial, later that day. All the footage of the gameday newborns was submitted virtually, without the brand ever having to enter a hospital.

Of the eight newborns featured in the commercial, baby Destinee, Freyja and Adam were all born in Tampa, Florida, the city where the big game took place. The other five babies who made their debut in the ad include baby Acre of Green Bay, WI, Donyelle of Chicago, IL, Valentino of Long Beach, CA and Khloe of Cape Coral, FL. Additionally, baby Emmett of Fort Meyers, FL was also in the spot and his mother was coincidentally born on gameday in 1986.

Huggies re-imagined its global identity, refreshed its logo and created a more confident, reassuring and playful visual world through their new creative platform, “We Got You, Baby.” This new platform speaks directly to babies whilst celebrating everything parenting and babyhood may bring.

“We found that against a sea of noise, families need a supportive ally throughout every step of babyhood,” said Dunphey. “With decades of experience and innovation, Huggies is just that, offering parents the confidence they crave and babies the products they need to stay healthy, comfortable and protected.”

To continue celebrating newborn babies, Huggies is giving away 25,000 “Welcome to the World” newborn starter kits to help new parents on their amazing journey. The kits will include Huggies diapers, wipes, a branded tote bag, key milestone cards and a Huggies-branded bodysuit by Carter’s for baby.

The platform, created in partnership with creative agency Droga5, and with campaign support from Mindshare, Weber Shandwick and VMLY&R Commerce, will be supported with a fully integrated global campaign that combines TV creative, digital and social media, shopper marketing and PR.

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