New global LEGOLAND advert focuses on imagination

A new LEGOLAND advert has been released, intended to promote the magic and imagination that the theme parks conjure up.

London agency BMB has developed the new advert that will be used to promote LEGOLAND destinations around the world. The Drum, a marketing industry website, has highlighted the new clip as its pick of the day.

In the new advert, a LEGOLAND park employee is awoken by a brick built dog after oversleeping. The character has to get the various creations back in the correct place before the visitors arrive for the day, demonstrating the chaotic fun that children love to imagine going on when no-one is looking

“A visit to LEGOLAND is like stepping into a life-size LEGO toy box, where all of your favourite sets are brought to life,” Paul Harvey, global marketing managing director for LEGOLAND, told the Drum. “For families, the prospect of visiting is full of excitement, wonder and imagination at what they’ll encounter. In our second brand campaign, we wanted to tell the story of our LEGO models coming to life before the park opens – from a giant multi-coloured LEGO Octopus to a tiny LEGO frog – and give a glimpse of the awesome world of play that the whole family will be a part of when they visit.”

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort recently re-opened for 2018, with LEGOLAND Billund set to open this weekend for the new season.


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