Recientemente McDonald, that famous multinational fast food company that we all know, has been advertising both in networks and in the most traditional media, with a somewhat peculiar spot since the real protagonist was a doll manufactured using 3D printing technology whose parts had been painted by hand known as Juliette.
If you have not seen the ad, created by McDonald itself on the occasion of the 2016 Christmas campaign, tell you that it suggests that, at least for dolls, there may still be love outside of mobile applications such as Tinder or similar. In it you can see how the salesman in the store where Juliette has been waiting for years in the window for someone to fall in love with her and buy her, wonders if this will be the year that the doll leaves the store.
McDonald presents Juliette, her new doll created using 3D printing.
Despite this, the truth is that the salesperson seems to be much more busy crossing off dates from his battered calendar to realize that someone may or may not enter the store. Faced with little interest from the seller, the doll begins to observe how potential buyers, instead of going to the toy store, all stop at the McDonald's store in front of them. When the day came, Juliette steeled herself and, avoiding traffic, runs to the McDonald's store where she is paralyzed by the image of happy couples and friends laughing inside ...
Just when he enters, he seems to find the one who is his love at first sight although, the rest, I prefer that you see it yourself in the video that is located just below these lines.