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Coor's Light Promotion Plan

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Promotional Plan

Executive Summary

Naturally brewed with no added preservatives in Golden, Colorado, the heart of the Rockies, Coors Light is the eighth leading beer brand in the world. As Molson Coors’ largest brand, the new parent company after the 2005 merger, Coors Light has established itself as the biggest selling brand in both the US and Canada.

The merger, however, left the company heavily indebted and with limited capital suffered a loss of partnering and sponsorship for major sporting events. Coors Light has worked extremely hard to maintain the positioning as ‘The Worlds Most Refreshing Beer” withstanding the susceptibility the brand faces with only a single brewing site and third party distributors.

This promotion plan includes the following objectives for the upcoming year: * To attract non-users and create brand awareness among 90% of females aged 21-30 seeking a refreshing tasting light beer, * To retain the 18-24 year old male target currently held by Coors Light. * To engage the mobile community through the use of Mobile Insider, connecting the brand to consumers.

The objectives should be met through various promotional activities tied closely to the company’s long-standing brand image, and mobile promotions to increase accuracy in reaching target markets.

Over the next 12 months it is recommended that Coors Light continue to use the Maxim Golf Experience to maintain the current target market. The brand will increase awareness among the female target by promoting the Coors Château getaway at bars across Canada, awarding 100 women a relaxing weekend getaway. This will tie in to the Cooking with Coors social media contest through the companies Facebook Fan page. Cooking with Coors will ask consumers to upload videos of themselves cooking with Coors Light, and vote on their...

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