Mother Dairy Ice Cream, which stands for superior taste and quality, is all set to roll out a new ice cream campaign – #MotherPromise – targeting consumers across varied age groups.
The campaign, conceptualised by Ogilvy India, comprises of two TVCs that distinctly curate the thought of making a superlative commitment. The six week-long campaign quirkily passes on the thought of making promises over an ice cream while standing up to the promise of offering best-in-class milk-based ice creams to its consumers.
Stepping in the summer season of 2023, Mother Dairy is introducing over 10 new ice cream variants comprising of Kulfis (Shahi Malai Kulfi, Shahi Phirni Kulfi, Shahi Paan Kulfi, Shahi Pista Kulfi, etc.), Cones (Koko Karamel Kore, Choco Coffee Crunch, Black Forest Cone and Chocolate Fudge Cone), Bars (Berry Blast & Coco Sparkle) and Lemon Ice Candy.
Talking about the new campaign, Manish Bandlish, managing director, Mother Dairy, said, “At Mother Dairy, we take pride in offering 100% milk-based ice creams made with best-in-class ingredients. We have always assured our consumers of a superior taste experience & unmatched quality from all our offerings, and we stand by it. For decades, our consumers have reciprocated this trust with love & conviction.”
“The new campaign is our attempt to live up to our promise and further strengthen the trust in a way that even our consumers can stand by, similar to honouring the highest decree of assurance – a ‘Mother Promise’. Going forward, we will be integrating the campaign thought of ‘Mother Promise’ across various categories of our dairy portfolio,” he added.
The campaign idea revolves around the fact, “We swear on our mothers as the strongest way of assuring that we mean what we say. It’s a test of integrity and purity. Because Mother Dairy products are the best, made from pure milk and all its goodness, they’re also something you can swear by. In this regard, Mother Dairy has always been a nurturing brand with high product ethos and social commitment. We wanted to communicate these timeless values in a contemporary way”, said, Rohitash Srivastava, head of strategy & planning, Ogilvy India (North).