Oikos: Triple Zero featuring Saquon Barkley

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Oikos Triple Zero unveils new ‘One Trip’ and ‘Yogurt Strength’ funny ads, featuring New York Giant Saquon Barkley, that celebrate small but mighty feats of everyday strength. The funny commercials were created by the advertising agency Lightning Orchard, New York.

Barkley flexing his protein-powered muscles and proving that Stronger Makes Everything Better, even when it comes to tackling stubborn jars and overloaded grocery bags.

“Our brand believes that human strength is the most powerful force in the universe,” said James Valdes, Senior Brand Manager Oikos Triple Zero. “We are proud to partner with Saquon Barkley, one of the strongest players in the NFL, to flex his protein-packed muscles in a different way and show feats of strength that many fans at home can relate to right now.”

These two hilariously relatable ads demonstrate that even being one of the NFL’s strongest players doesn’t save you from the universal struggle to open a stubborn pickle jar, or unexplainable urge to carry every grocery bag in one trip. That’s why Oikos Triple Zero nonfat yogurt, Oikos Pro drinks, and new Oikos Pro bars are designed to provide an excellent source of high-quality protein per serving to help fans build and maintain strong muscles as part of a healthy diet and exercise routine.

“I’ve worked with Oikos Triple Zero a lot in the past and can’t wait to partner with them in a bigger way this year, starting with these ads that recognize our everyday strength,” remarked Barkley, Oikos Triple Zero spokesperson, and NFL athlete. “As a pro athlete, I rely on protein-packed products to help keep me strong in the stadium and at home, which is why I always keep my grocery bags filled with high-protein foods like Oikos Triple Zero.”




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