The Cadbury Dairy Milk ‘Give A Doubt’ bars are arriving in the UK as an initiative to help break down barriers that exist for young people in the UK and encourage more dialogue.
The campaign features the brand's signature Dairy Milk bars with the #GiveaDoubt hashtag and the doubts of some of the nation's most popular footballers. This includes Gary Neville who bar reads: "It’s ok to have doubts. It happened to me when I was playing during a European Quarter Final. I didn’t want to ball, I lacked confidence, my belief went."
The Cadbury Dairy Milk ‘Give A Doubt’ bars are a limited-edition product priced at £4.23 and help to normalize the experience of having doubts.
The Cadbury Dairy Milk ‘Give A Doubt’ Bars Incite Dialogue
1. Youth Empowerment - Creating products that empower and encourage young people can be a powerful trend for brands looking to make a positive impact.
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