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House of Communication Hamburg and BILLY BOY's Love Crossings Ensure Sexual Safety Across Germany

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House of Communication works with the condom brand to ensure everyone stays safe, especially on Valentines Day

House of Communication Hamburg and BILLY BOY's Love Crossings Ensure Sexual Safety Across Germany

When two people meet each other with romance in mind, one thing should always come along: a condom from BILLY BOY. With "Love Crossings', the House of Communication Hamburg implements an original out-of-home campaign for condom brand BILLY BOY,  in which the surroundings of the media space are actively and creatively connected with the brand. The campaign is launching to coincide with Valentine’s Day and is extended via BILLY BOY's social media channels. 

The OOH campaign ‘Love Crossings’ draws attention to the BILLY BOY brand in a surprising way. The special highlight is the choice of media spaces in Hamburg, Berlin and Cologne. In January and February, the posters can be seen where two have always met each other: at street crossings with personal names. For example; David and Erich meet at the crossing of Davidstraße and Erichstraße in Hamburg; Anne and Heinrich at Annenstraße and Heinrich-Heine-Straße in Berlin; or Mathias and Hugo at Mathias-Brüggen Straße and Hugo-Eckener-Straße in Cologne. The result of the OOH campaign can also be seen on the brand's social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and YouTube). 

Alexander Strümann, brand manager BILLY BOY comments: "With 'Love Crossings', BILLY  BOY ensures 'safe crossings’ and spreads the simple message: Love each other! No matter where and no matter with whom - of course in compliance with the applicable Covid-19 socially  distancing rules. The idea of linking the media space with the creative idea is surprising, and strengthens our general brand awareness among the young target group, whilst at the same time providing a laugh or two among those unfamiliar with the brand." 

Serviceplan Hamburg, Serviceplan Design and Mediaplus Hamburg from the House of Communication Hamburg are responsible for the integrated campaign. Sine Marie Harwits Hansen, senior art director, and Melis Adigüzel, senior copywriter, explain: "A simple observation turned into an idea: in Germany there are thousands of street crossings named after people that have been 'meeting' for ages. We are very happy that this idea, paired with the media expertise of Mediaplus, resulted in such a fantastic implementation."  

The campaign embraces Serviceplan Group’s philosophy of ÜberCreativity, which describes a higher form of creativity in which different disciplines, talents, cultures, media and technologies come together and interact. 

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House of Communication Hamburg 

Managing Partner Creative: Thomas Heyen   

Managing Partner Creative: Markus Kremer 

Managing Partner Account: Florian Klietz

Senior Art Director: Sine Marie Harwits Hansen

Senior Copywriter: Melis Adigüzel

Final Art Specialist: Nils-Christian Sperling 

Editor: Philipp Trübiger

Daniel Hill, Editor: Daniel Hill

General Manager Mediaplus Hamburg: Carolin Holst 

Managing Partner Serviceplan Design Hamburg: Christina Lischka

Managing Partner Serviceplan Design Hamburg: Martine Kunert 

Strategist at Serviceplan Design Hamburg: Dorothee Rein

Designer at Serviceplan Design Hamburg: Cathrin von der Heiden 


Brand Manager Health Care: Alexander Struemann 

Trainee Marketing Health Care: Jannick Paulick 

Planus media GmbH 

Media Planner: Stefanie Braun

Categories: Pharmacy, Contraception and Lubrication

Serviceplan Germany, Fri, 12 Feb 2021 10:25:08 GMT