P&G’s latest BrandSaver highlights contest winners, Future Friendly products
CINCINNATI — Procter & Gamble’s latest BrandSaver coupon booklet, which will be released next week, will feature entries from P&G Future Friendly’s Find Your Footprint student contest.
The contest, which was hosted in conjunction with National Geographic, demonstrated the importance of conserving natural resources, as well as simple steps consumers can take in their homes to improve their own environmental performance.
P&G Future Friendly products are included in the April BrandSaver booklet, including Prilosec OTC, Cascade Complete Action Pacs and Ultra Tide For Cold Water.
"In addition to helping consumers stretch their dollars further, this BrandSaver includes Future Friendly products that help families make simple yet meaningful environmental decisions at the point of purchase," said Maurice Coffey, marketing director of P&G Future Friendly. "In honor of Earth Day, the booklet also showcases that some of the best ideas for leading a Future Friendly lifestyle can come from our children."
L’Oréal USA teams up with Telemundo to launch network fan club
MIAMI — L’Oréal USA has partnered with Telemundo to launch Club de Noveleras, the network’s official fan club. This initiative marks the first-ever for both companies of its scope and scale.
"This integrated program transforms viewership into relationship while connecting L’Oréal USA’s brands — like L’Oréal Paris, Maybelline and Garnier — to target consumers in an experiential and unique way," stated Jacqueline Hernandez, COO of Telemundo.
Consumers will be able to join an online community where they can interact with each other and with their favorite telenovela stars, while also finding rich beauty content, including a brand new dedicated beauty blog.
According to Marc Speichert, chief marketing officer for L’Oréal USA, the beauty brand will "create the first Hispanic community that allows users to engage with their favorite telenova stars [and] connect with others about beauty while earning rewards and free gifts for participating."
Registration for the loyalty program is free, and membership provides subscribers with opportunities to earn points and later redeem them to win prizes, Telemundo brand premiums and various products across L’Oréal USA’s beauty portfolio. Telenova fans will be able to interact with other fans on such social media sites as Facebook and Twitter, see exclusive content and learn beauty tips from beauty blogger Johanna Torres, former editor-in-chief of Siempre Mujer.
In addition, the program will extend to local market communities via 10 Club de Noveleras talent tours in 2011, featuring two events per market in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Houston. During the events, fans can get up close and personal with Telemundo novela stars, as well as get hair and makeup touch-ups with the latest Maybelline and Garnier products and receive sample products.
Goody’s Reversibles line hits retail
ATLANTA — Hair accessories brand Goody has introduced for spring a collection of double-sided accessories called Goody Reversibles.
The collection includes snap clips, bobby slides and headbands. The double-sided accessories come in a variety of styles and finishes. To use: Snap the clip and flip to change the outer-facing side and reveal a whole new look.
"Reversibles accessories take Goody’s classic accessories to the next level," stated Amy Sleep, marketing director for Goody. "With a simple snap and flip, you can change your look in an instant, giving you double the possibilities without double the cost."
The Goody Reversible snap clips and Reversible headbands have a suggested retail price of $4.99 each. The Goody Reversible bobby slides are priced at $3.19. The collection launched in March at Target and Walmart stores nationwide.