Cutwater Spirits unveils “Cut Out” ad campaign with Emily Hampshire

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The expedition is all about cutting away from the daily number and selects from the core values that have inspired Cutwater since the brand’s very beginning

Cutwater Spirits, “the worlds largest” awarded canned concoction firebrand in the US, exhausts its” Cut off With Cutwater” advertising campaign with a Tv commercial airing on competition day, digital takeovers, and a social media series peculiarity actress Emily Hampshire, renowned for her role as Stevie Budd on Schitt’s Creek and” longtime Cut-Out enthusiast .”

Approachable with a distinctly SoCal aesthetic, the campaign is all about trimming away from the daily programme and attracts from the core values that have inspired Cutwater since the brand’s very beginning. As a onetime brewer familiar with the canned format, Cutwater Spirits’ Co-Founder and Master Distiller, Yuseff Cherney came up with the idea to make his award-winning intents and initiate high-quality canned cocktails so they could be enjoyed anywhere.

He and Co-Founder Earl Kight have since pioneered the category by break-dance from convening and etching out their own path to bring this unique vision to life. The Cut Out campaign dishes as a sign to Yuseff and Earl’s tenacity, adventurous character, and adore for spend time outdoors. A proclamation prompting consumers to embrace the simple mind of taking a moment to unplug; and that with Cutwater, experiencing a great tasting cocktail is as easy as cracking open a can.

” Cutwater Spirits started as a rage project. We began canning cocktails so that beings could experience a high-quality mixed drink with ease and availability. From there, the idea took off ,” says Cherney.” Since the beginning, we’ve focused on one thing- forming immense tasting concoctions for any occasion- whether that’s fishing on the Pacific or relaxing in your own backyard .”

The new 30 -second “Cut Out” smudge is Cutwater’s first-ever ad to run during the biggest football game of its first year, and is now airing on Tv paths including ESPN and CBS Sports, as well as social media. On Sunday, 7 February, the ad will air in key regional groceries on the west coast including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Seattle. There will be an accompanying national rollout on YouTube the following web sites day.

Cutwater is also partnering with actress and comedian Emily Hampshire of Schitt’s Creek, a self-proclaimed” longtime cut off enthusiast” in a lighthearted social information campaign which kicks off on Instagram and Twitter today. Whilst the Tv busines comes to life with lively outdoor “Cut Out” motives, Emily will spotlight her own entertaining at-home interpretations of the theme.

” Many of us no longer have that physical subdivide between residence life and work life, so it’s hard to feel entitled to cut out … let alone know how to get it on !” shares Hampshire.” As a long-time cut out enthusiast, I’m here to educate and induce. Cutting out is not self-care. It’s attending fairly about yourself to not feel guilty about all the self-care exercise and mulling you’re not do. Cutting out is self-care without all those hashtag points. Listen, most of the time, I don’t even know what day it is. But I’m okay with that because cutting out doesn’t judge you for mingling weekends with weekdays. Chipping out is living in the moment, like watching other parties hike whilst cracking open a canned White Russian that tastes like dessert. You’re welcome .”

As part of the series, Emily will announce Cutwater’s Ultimate Backyard Sweepstakes with booties to help wins “Cut Out” from the daily grind. The winning containers include a glamping Yurt( 16 ‘), premium volley pit, cabana chairs, Cutwater cooler filled with a supply of Cutwater Spirits’ award-winning canned concoctions and more.

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