SoBe, a Pepsico-owned brand, matches the multi-level tastes of its drinks with the impressive technique of creating three-dimensional paintings in its new campaign “SoBe 3D Worlds of Flavor” in the U.S. cities. The soft drinks brand collaborates with celebrated 3D street artist, Tracy Lee Stum, tapped to paint interactive 3D landscapes of the exotic destinations where SoBe drink ingredients come from. Each of the installations will be dedicated to one of the flavor, Yumberry Pomegranate, Blood Orange Mango, Strawberry Kiwi and Pacific Coconut, and various parts of the world.
PepsiCo UK and Britvic have announced plans for the launch its zero-sugar SoBe V Water later this month. The SoBe V Water innovation means PepsiCo and Britvic are the first soft drinks companies in the UK to launch a product containing naturally-sourced Stevia extract. The new SoBe V Water will replace the existing range.
SoBe, the soft drink product of Purchase, N.Y.-based Pepsi-Cola North America Beverages (PCNAB), has celebrated its South Beach roots to set the stage for the newest SoBe skinsuit model. The star of the TV series ‘Chuck’ and upcoming feature films ‘My Mother’s Curse’ and ‘I, Frankenstein,’ actress Yvonne Strahovski will feature in this new campaign.
SoBe is teaming up with Mike Tyson to add more action to its new ‘Try Everything’ campaign, launched in May. The well-known boxer joined the roster of celebrities who were tapped for the new marketing initiative—this list includes the names of actresses Hilary Duff, Jessica Szohr, model Kate Upton (she has been featured in the brand’s animated ad on Pandora, the first-ever ad of this kind on the website) and baseball player turned musician Bernie Williams. To promote the new marketing effort and encourage its fans to broaden their outlook by being open to new experiences, the brand got into the updated version of the ‘Mike Tyson: Main Event’ iPhone game—the new extension was created in collaboration with iPhone game developers RockLive, Omnicom’s OMD Gaming and OMD’s Ignition Factory.
SoBe is probably the fastest brand in the world of soft drinks considering the fact that its totem animal is a quick lizard. Thanks to its nimble nature, the brand is also the first to unveil an in-tuner animated video ad, part of the brand’s recently launched ‘Try Everything’ campaign, on Pandora internet radio website, targeting young millennial males. The 15-sec pop-up advertisement, featuring a slithering lizard followed by a bikini-clad Kate Upton, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011 Rookie of the Year, was available to see for just one day, on June 29, and only by guys aged 18-29.
Taking into account the variety of products that ranges from multiple tastes of Lifewater to the lineup of SoBeElixirs and Teas, anyone is unlikely to be surprised with the tagline of the newly-launched campaign by PepsiCo-owned SoBe that says, «Try Everything». Geared towards the young audience craving for adventures and unknown experiences (as well as liquid fuel), the campaign uses the power of radio, digital space and street-level out-of-home advertising in New York and Los Angeles to reach the consumers.
Britvic Soft Drinks has expanded its portfolio by introducing PepsiCo’s SoBe Pure Rush energy drink to the UK market. SoBe Pure Rush has been redesigned by independent integrated design and branding agency Blue Marlin for its UK launch. SoBe stands for South Beach, but it would be easy to assume it meant “so beautiful” thanks to its stunning new packaging.
It’s a jungle out there. And to tame it, ‘Gossip Girl’ actress Jessica Szohr sheds her inhibitions—and unleashes her inner lizard — in Costa Rica, wearing nothing but a pair of SoBe® Lifewater® skinsuits to launch new SoBe Lifewater with electrolytes. The sultry photo spread, the second installment of the SoBe Lifewater skinsuit series, will appear exclusively in the iconic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, which hits newsstands on February 15.
Whether you’re a diehard fan or a new-to-the-game rookie, SoBe Lifewater Zero Calorie is giving college hoops fans irresistible reasons to engage this March. A new challenge of teh brand based on the results of the 2010 Division I Men’s College Basketball Tournament, and gives fans a chance to win good money.