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Hatch Monthly Roundup July

And just like that, we’re more than half way through 2022. July was a record breaking month for the Hatchlings, and we’re not just talking about the sweltering 40 degree heat in London (thank goodness for office AC) or Hatch’s biggest ever BBQ bonanza. This month saw the Hatch collective travel hundreds of miles across the country to deliver some top client campaigns with some pretty familiar faces… 

by Niamh Boylan

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The Rugby League World Cup 100 Days to Go countdown officially began with ambassador, rugby fanatic and all-round funnyman, Adam Hills. The much-awaited #GreatBritishPeaWeek was celebrated with a very special recipea cooked up by Mr Ainsley Harriott himself (why hello Jill!), and the brand-new YCB Bridlington Explorer bus was launched by none other than Coach Trip’s tour guide extraordinaire, Brendan Sheerin. 

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But that’s enough about our little black book of connections, here’s a low down of Hatch’s top campaign picks of July. 

The “Deload” Barbershop

Fitness brand, Gymshark, opened up a very special barbershop with a twist in Shoreditch this month. It’s called “Deload” and it has one aim: to get men talking about their mental health. The barbershop offered free cuts and more importantly, free chats about all-things mental health. There’s two things we love here at Hatch; cool physical activations, and campaigns that do good at the same time. Tick, tick. 

Credit: the drum / gymshark) 

The “Greasy Tunes” Cafe 

Music giant, Spotify, also set up shop with a London pop-up this month, and music fans all over the nation were talking about it. Aiming to bring fans and musicians closer together, the cleverly named ‘Greasy Tunes’ cafe hosted a bunch of performances from both established and up-and-coming artists, allowing fans to meet the artists – all whilst tucking into a traditional greasy spoon brekkie. Spot on. 

Credit: Marketing Beat

Greggs Garms

Greggs and Primark: try and name a better duo, we’ll wait. This month, the unlikely pair launched a 21 piece pastry-inspired clothing collection, featuring croc-dupes, sliders, bumbags, t-shirts, bucket hats and loads more. 

The social team had a lotta’ fun promoting the new trend, which naturally went viral on Twitter, and the customer director has said that they expect the collection to sell out in record time. If you ask us, they’re gonna sell like hot cakes. (Or you know, sausage rolls and steak bakes…)

Credit: Famous Campaigns / Primark / Greggs

Do you need help running an eye-catching campaign? Why not drop us a line at hello@hatchpr.co.uk

The Rugby League World Cup 100 Days to Go countdown officially began with ambassador, rugby fanatic and all-round funnyman, Adam Hills. The much-awaited #GreatBritishPeaWeek was celebrated with a very special recipea cooked up by Mr Ainsley Harriott himself (why hello Jill!), and the brand-new YCB Bridlington Explorer bus was launched by none other than Coach Trip’s tour guide extraordinaire, Brendan Sheerin. 

http://

But that’s enough about our little black book of connections, here’s a low down of Hatch’s top campaign picks of July. 

The “Deload” Barbershop

Fitness brand, Gymshark, opened up a very special barbershop with a twist in Shoreditch this month. It’s called “Deload” and it has one aim: to get men talking about their mental health. The barbershop offered free cuts and more importantly, free chats about all-things mental health. There’s two things we love here at Hatch; cool physical activations, and campaigns that do good at the same time. Tick, tick. 

Credit: the drum / gymshark) 

The “Greasy Tunes” Cafe 

Music giant, Spotify, also set up shop with a London pop-up this month, and music fans all over the nation were talking about it. Aiming to bring fans and musicians closer together, the cleverly named ‘Greasy Tunes’ cafe hosted a bunch of performances from both established and up-and-coming artists, allowing fans to meet the artists – all whilst tucking into a traditional greasy spoon brekkie. Spot on. 

Credit: Marketing Beat

Greggs Garms

Greggs and Primark: try and name a better duo, we’ll wait. This month, the unlikely pair launched a 21 piece pastry-inspired clothing collection, featuring croc-dupes, sliders, bumbags, t-shirts, bucket hats and loads more. 

The social team had a lotta’ fun promoting the new trend, which naturally went viral on Twitter, and the customer director has said that they expect the collection to sell out in record time. If you ask us, they’re gonna sell like hot cakes. (Or you know, sausage rolls and steak bakes…)

Credit: Famous Campaigns / Primark / Greggs

Do you need help running an eye-catching campaign? Why not drop us a line at hello@hatchpr.co.uk

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