#feedimagination by Goldfish

My son loves Goldfish crackers. The folks at Goldfish (Campbell Canada) invited parents across Canada to submit their kids’ artwork and stories so that they would have an opportunity to show their work on a larger stage than their refrigerators. Unfortunately, my son did not win. He is an adult who still loves Goldfish crackers. What an exciting way to encourage creativity and sales.

My son loves Goldfish crackers. The folks at Goldfish (Campbell Canada) invited parents across Canada to submit their kids’ artwork and stories so that they would have an opportunity to show their work on a larger stage than their refrigerators. Unfortunately, my son did not win. He is an adult who still loves Goldfish crackers. What an exciting way to encourage creativity and sales.

“Remember what the dormouse said: feed your head.” -Grace Slick

My son loves Goldfish crackers. The folks at Goldfish (Campbell Canada) invited parents across Canada to submit their kids’ artwork and stories so that they would have an opportunity to show their work on a larger stage than their refrigerators. Unfortunately, my son did not win. He is an adult who still loves Goldfish crackers. What an exciting way to encourage creativity and sales.

Goldfish’s newest campaign was created by five new creatives: Noah age 4, Kayla, age 11, Kabir age 5, Eugenia age 8, and Alexis age 6. Five created the artwork for Outdoor and three kids’ stories were turned into books.

My son loves Goldfish crackers. The folks at Goldfish (Campbell Canada) invited parents across Canada to submit their kids’ artwork and stories so that they would have an opportunity to show their work on a larger stage than their refrigerators. Unfortunately, my son did not win. He is an adult who still loves Goldfish crackers. What an exciting way to encourage creativity and sales.

“With many Canadians facing another wave of lockdown restrictions, bringing kids’ imaginations to the forefront delivers some much-needed joy and inspiration to help unlock the next generation’s unlimited potential that comes when they open up their own imagination, ”says Paloma Bentes, Marketing Director at Campbell Canada. “Parents have shared how important imagination is to their children’s development, especially now, given how much time is being spent at home.”

My son loves Goldfish crackers. The folks at Goldfish (Campbell Canada) invited parents across Canada to submit their kids’ artwork and stories so that they would have an opportunity to show their work on a larger stage than their refrigerators. Unfortunately, my son did not win. He is an adult who still loves Goldfish crackers. What an exciting way to encourage creativity and sales.

This winter, 11 contest winners can now see their imaginative masterpieces come to life in the real world with a national out-of-home campaign that features each winner’s creative drawing and their name, on a public stage. Young storytellers were showcased with digital stories featured on Instagram and available for download on the Goldfish Crackers #FeedImagination hub.

Fun fact: In 1997, Goldfish made its first-ever change to its iconic cracker in the history of its existence. They gave the fish a face. Now we’re used to goldfish crackers staring and smiling back at us (before we down them by the handful, of course).