Wed, 28 Jul 2021 09:12:00 GMT
To celebrate its sponsorship of the Olympic New Zealand team Noel Leeming has launched a campaign called ‘Always happy to help’, to make sure Kiwis will be ready to witness the event in all its glory.
Like elite athletes, the team at Noel Leeming take pride in having the best customer service and technical expertise. ‘Always happy to help’ brings this to life by showing the great lengths their team will go to, to give customers the ultimate Olympic Games experience.
The platform launched with a 30-second TVC showing Olympic athlete ‘Mr. Noel Leeming’ competing in show jumping, until he is interrupted by a customer query on his mobile. Ever helpful, Noel stops competing, solves the problem and carries on as though nothing has happened.
Andrew Stein, Customer Strategy Lead at Noel Leeming says: “The campaign is designed to show Kiwis that our commitment to our customers will always come first - through an Olympic lens.
“Our passionate Noel Leeming experts are always happy to help and right now they’re helping customers with their tech and tech set ups, to give them the best possible Olympic viewing experience.”
The 30-second sponsorship TVC can be viewed here and the campaign is appearing in AV, digital, social, in-store and OOH.
From today, catching a bus will become an Olympic event as passengers wait in an oOh! Street Furniture site that’s actually a horse show jump. An Olympic equestrian will be leaping over Street Furniture sites in the quest for Olympic preparedness on Commerce St in Britomart Auckland and on Oriental Parade in Wellington, linking back to the campaign TVC.
Bringing the campaign to life in Christchurch, TBWA\NZ has utilised the longest special build oOh! Media Street Furniture site in New Zealand located outside Northlands Mall, featuring a range of Noel Leeming adapted Olympic events, such as the hurdle relay.
Shane Bradnick, TBWA\NZ group chief creative officer says: “Most of us will be watching the Olympics on telly so we wanted to bring this sponsorship to life by creating something people can interact with - what better than a horse jumping over a bus shelter or being underneath a hurdle race?”
Ben Gibb, oOh!media head of sales says: “We love it when agencies and brands think outside the box and come up with creative ways to use our platforms. This is a great example of creativity in sponsorship that extends beyond screens and definitely gets a gold medal for being unmissable in our books.”view more - Creative
Categories: Retail Stores, Retail and RestaurantsTBWA\New Zealand, Wed, 28 Jul 2021 09:12:00 GMT