Product/ServiceKFC DELIVERY
Category A03. Travel, Leisure, Retail, Restaurants & Fast Food Chains
Entrant CORE Dublin, IRELAND
Idea Creation CORE Dublin, IRELAND
Media Placement CORE Dublin, IRELAND
Production SYMPHONIC Dublin, IRELAND
Name Company Position
John Walsh Symphonic Sound Designer
Leo Sloley KFC Marketing Lead Ireland
Blaise Hoban Core Copywriter
Mike Garner Core Creative Director
Liam Wielopolski Core ECD
Anita McMenamin Core Agency Producer
Alan Barnwell Core Account Director
Jenny Dillon Core Account Manager

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Employing an orchestra of knockers, buzzers and doorbells to craft an epic audio announcement, letting the Irish public know that KFC now delivers. We recorded a cover version of the iconic “Also Sprach Zarathustra”, famously used in the iconic opening scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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We’ll create a unique doorbell and knocker cover the instantly recognisable “Thus Sprach Zarathustra” from 2001: A Space Odyssey. SFX will mimic the song and build to a crescendo as the door opens and the delivery is made. SFX of various door bells ringing. Door buzzer: BUUUUUUUHHHHHHHH! Doorbell: DUM-DUM Doorbell: DUM-DUM Door Knocker: Rap! Rap! Rap! Old Style Chime: Ding, dong SFX: Dog barks SFX: Door Opens VO: (Shouting Back Inside) Dinner’s Here! Anncr: KFC now delivers!