PruHealth And PruProtect
with Vitality sponsor Eurosport Tour De France coverage
PruHealth and PruProtect, the innovative health and life
insurers, have agreed a deal to become sole sponsors of this year’s Tour de
France coverage on Eurosport.
From 5th of July onwards Eurosport, celebrating its 25th
consecutive year of reporting on the Tour de France, will have ten broadcasts
in full, including the opening weekend in Yorkshire, the third stage in London,
the fourth in Lille, the fifth in Arenberg featuring the dangerous cobblestone
section, the tenth in the Vosges, “La Planche des Belles Filles”, the 14th in
the Alps in Risoul, the 17th and 18th in the Pyrenees, Plat d’Adet and
Hautacam, and the final stage to Paris.
Neville Koopowitz, CEO of PruHealth, commented on the
“We understand that sport has the power to inspire,
entertain and bring people together, so we are delighted to sponsor the
coverage of this year’s Tour de France. This is an amazing opportunity for
Vitality to build further association with elite athletes on an international
We support sport teams and individuals that exemplify health
and wellbeing and through this we’ve helped encourage more people to join us
and when they do, inspire them to commit to getting healthy through our
Vitality members can find out more about the sponsorship at www.vitality.co.uk
Specific Media launches
Householding Garage Access with Nissan, Kia and Infiniti first on board
Specific Media continues to harness ‘real world data’
with revolutionary new insight from the DVLA into household car ownership,
creating unique automotive targeting opportunities
Specific Media announces the launch of Householding Garage
Access, a unique targeting capability that paves the way for advertisers to
isolate audiences based on the vehicle they have ‘in the garage’, and
reach them across all connected devices in the home.
Garage Access combines DVLA vehicle registration data from
Experian with Specific Media’s powerful Householding™ tool, allowing brands to
deploy their messaging across all devices and formats in more than 19 million
A new car is a considered purchase. Automotive brands can
now seed conversations within households that are not current owners of their
brand to drive active consideration and build market share. Garage Access also
provides the ability to target current customer households, promoting brand
loyalty and delivering relevant post-sales messaging.
Nissan wanted to strengthen its leadership in the Electric
Vehicle category and drive conversion by promoting the Nissan LEAF to homes
which have a C-Segment car in the garage and are in-market for a new vehicle.
“This solution opens up some appealing new opportunities for auto advertisers.
Being able to not only target specific car owning households, but also overlay
behavioural data, gives us confidence that our message is being seen by the
right people, at the right point in the sales cycle, and thus in the most
relevant and effective context,’ claims Lewis Young, client account director,
digital, Manning Gottlieb OMD.
Kia have adopted the approach for their after-sales campaign
which is aimed at driving awareness within 'Kia homes’ of their recently
launched online service booking platform, with Hamish McCowan, after sales
director from Kia Motors (UK) Ltd stating that, “Specific Media’s Garage Access
offers us the ability to accurately target our Kia family members across
digital platforms. There is nothing like this on the market and we are
always enthusiastic about media firsts and what they can bring when it comes to
communicating with our customers.
& Mather London evolves Expedia ‘Travel Yourself Interesting’ with
multi-million pound campaign
The second film shows Esteban the Horse Whisperer performing jaw-dropping acrobatics and tricks with his horse.
Ogilvy & Mather
London today unveils a new integrated, pan-European campaign for leading online
travel retailer, Expedia, which uses the flexibility of the ‘Travel Yourself
Interesting’ platform to elevate the product to centre stage. Fresh from
receiving a prestigious Cannes Lions Creative Effectiveness Award, the
overarching campaign has delivered a positive ROI for Expedia and scooped a host
of prestigious awards, such as D&AD, The One Show, London International
Awards and the Marketing Society Awards for Excellence.
Launching on 2 July and running for three months across
Europe, the new campaign features three new TVCs that demonstrate the truth
that travel makes you a more interesting person. With product messages at their
heart, the TV ads are accompanied by targeted online films that aim to
interrupt consumers on YouTube, Facebook and VOD and challenge them to move
away from the computer screen and 'travel themselves interesting'.
Each of the TV ads shines a spotlight on the underdog who
always comes out on top. The first ad shows Illusionist Hugo presenting
breathtaking tricks, such as removing his torso from his legs live on stage.
But when he looks up from his amazing feat, he sees that Brian, the sound guy,
has stolen the crews’ attention away from his tricks with his recent holiday
snaps from Hawaii.
The second film shows Esteban the Horse Whisperer
performing jaw-dropping acrobatics and tricks with his horse. However he’s
shocked to find that his usual audience is more interested in ranch worker
Pedro’s trip to New York, to even bat an eyelid at his achievements.
The final ad shows Brad the Stuntman, risking his life and
jumping from death defying heights, only to find that Janice the taco lady has
become the new star of the show, reeling the film crew in with her travel tales
and photos from Paris.
All three executions will run this summer, across countries
including the UK, France, and Germany.
Andrew Warner, Snr Marketing Director, commented: “Together
we have created a brilliantly subtle new campaign, heroing the product whilst
perfectly capturing and elevating the Travel Yourself Interesting idea. We’re confident
that the great strategy and creative solution will deliver further positive,
tangible business results for Expedia.”
Gerry Human, chief creative officer at Ogilvy & Mather
London, commented: “: Expedia's brave decision to steer away from travel marketing clichés already
paid dividends for the brand, so now that we're emphasising their awesome
products, we expect even better results from the campaign.