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Translation Hits the School Year Running with Champ Sports Spots

26/08/2014
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Translation has unveiled the second chapter of its ongoing brand campaign for Champs Sports with “Game Loves an Audience,” a dynamic new marketing program for the back-to-school season. Seizing on the pins-and-needles feeling of anticipation that comes along with every new school year, “Game Loves an Audience” is all about looking good, and wanting everyone to see it. The campaign reinforces Champs’ well-established “We Know Game” tagline with three 30 second spots, daily content for Champs Sports’ social media channels, digital banners, and a custom digital hub.

“The first day back to school is more than just a day,” notes Translation CCO John Norman, “it’s the red carpet moment of the school year. It’s a reunion, a chance to try something new, and a special moment to stand out. It’s the perfect time for a brand like Champs Sports to help you show off your game with new kicks, stylish tees, and a fresh look.”


“Game Loves an Audience” is the follow-up to “Game Never Sleeps,” Translation’s summer campaign for the athletic footwear and apparel retailer. Each element of the new campaign – from the music, to the fashion, to the storylines of the individual films – is rooted in a commitment to cultural relevancy, continuing Translation’s overarching strategy of appealing to both the on- and off-field passions of the modern day student athlete. The new digital hub, allows users to rank the most #FirstDayWorthy gear in Champs’ colossal inventory of new styles with a contemporary “swipe-to-like” design.

“Translation, through its new brand work, has done an exemplary job of expanding on the idea of ‘We Know Game’,” explains Champs Sports Director of Marketing Scott Burton. “We’re showing that ‘Game’ is as much about athletic skill as it is about swagger and confidence in all other arenas. Moreover, the work is done through the lens of a high school athlete, making the impact and its meaning to our consumers relevant during this time of year when students are going back-to-school.”



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