Click through to www.huggiesclub.com/uk/moviestar

Global health and hygiene company, Kimberly-Clark has launched a fun viral for its nappy brand Huggies.

The 'Baby Moviestar' viral, created by Manchester digital agency Code Computerlove (www.codecomputerlove.com), has been designed to extend the brand's reach and interaction with parents, and to promote a competition to find the face of Huggies Super-Dry.

By simply clicking through to www.huggiesclub.com/uk/moviestar consumers can upload a picture of their 'little darlings' so that they can star in a western, sci-fi or fantasy movie. They can further personalise the movie with their child's name, favourite toy, most hated vegetable and name the movie. Once parents have viewed the movie, the site encourages them to email it to a friend or enter the competition, which is being run on Bounty.com. The competition winner will feature in a Huggies advert and receive a year's supply of nappies. Huggies will donate 10p for every entry into the competition to Operation Smile, which provides free cleft lip and palate surgery.

Paul Finch, brand manager for Huggies Super-Dry and Wipes, said: "This is the first time we've used a viral for the Huggies brand but think it is a fantastic and cost-effective way to extend our reach to parents and parents to be. While enabling consumers to interact with the brand in an entertaining and relevant way, the moviestar viral isn't overly branded which will result in Mums being much more likely to pass the viral on.

"The viral continues our theme of the Huggies Club to encourage interaction and knowledge share between parents and to develop an online community. We hope to create a significant number of recruits with whom Huggies can communicate regularly."

The new viral campaign is part of Code's ongoing work with Kimberly-Clark's European operation. Code created Huggies' extremely successful Huggies Club website (www.huggiesclub.com) six years ago, which has since become a key communications tool between Kimberly-Clark, parents to be and new parents.

Code works across the Kimberly-Clark Corporation's other European consumer brands including Little Swimmers, Dry Nites, Pull Ups, Kotex and Depend. Code handles the design and build of Kimberly-Clark UK and European brand websites, microsites, email marketing and banner advertising. The agency also works Kimberly-Clark Professional and most recently handled a digital campaign for its Contaminomix range.

Code Computerlove (www.codecomputerlove.com) is a full service digital marketing agency offering website design and build, re-building, maintenance and e-marketing. Formed in 1999, Code currently employs 48 people at its offices in central Manchester. Over the last five years, Code has won a total of 37 industry awards - including a Revolution award for best retail site in 2007 and three 'best agency' awards in 2006/7. Code's client list includes HMV, Waterstone's, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Transpennine Express, Premier Foods, NUS and Hillary's.

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For further information please contact:

Kirsty Hunt, Code PR, Tel: 07816 876091 / 0161 276 2080 or email:
kirsty.hunt@codecomputerlove.co.uk

Further examples of Code's work for Kimberly-Clark includes:

Huggies Club UK and European websites (www.huggiesclub.com/uk), Huggies email campaigns and banner adverts
Little Swimmers microsite
Pull Ups campaign
Kotex European websites

Published on: 12:00AM on 3rd December 2007