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EXCLUSIVE: Clogau unveils Christmas TV advert

Welsh jewellery brand Clogau has today (October 24) unveiled an exclusive first-look at its forthcoming Christmas TV advert which will air for the first time on Tuesday November 1.

Filmed as part of the Gold of Royalty campaign in association with Pembroke Castle and Historic Royal Palaces, the advert was shot at locations including Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London.

The 30 second and 10 second versions of the adverts will be aired with the aim of exposing the brand to new audiences as well as to establish a fresh appeal to an existing audience.

Clogau hopes that the heightened awareness created by the nine-week campaign will increase Christmas footfall, and sales, amongst its network of retail partners.

Sonia Menezes, head of brand development at Clogau explained: “Clogau’s Christmas campaign celebrates the timeless sentiments behind every gift this season; love, thoughtful gifting and an element of Christmas magic.”

Clogau worked with cinematographer Jamie Hooper and Asa Bailey from North Wales based creative agency, Mom & Dad on the advert.

The brand will also feature its Christmas offer, a free Snowflake pendant with purchases of £249 or more available through their website, Clogau stores and participating retail partners.

Launching on November 1, the Snowflake pendant is part of Clogau’s new Nutcracker collection.

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