— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 11, 2014
To mark the transition to its new customer facing brand, Ford Retail, the world’s largest dedicated Ford dealership group, has launched a major marketing campaign that includes online, print, outdoor and radio advertising, PR and social media engagement.
The new customer facing name, TrustFord, reflects the company’s philosophy of excellent customer service and transparency; traits that have always been at the very heart of the business and which have been instrumental in informing the new identity.
The TrustFord advertising campaign, created by branding agency Good,@thisisgoodnews which also handled the rebrand, features colleagues from the company’s national network of 65 dealership sites, including a Sales Executive, a General Manager and a Technician.
The ‘Be A Great Westerner’ campaign will run across the South West including activity in London, Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, Swansea, Devon and Cornwall.
The 10 week campaign launches with a four page wrap of the London Metro as well as full page ads across the network. The campaign aims to inspire customers to ‘Be A Great Westerner’ with activity across OOH, radio, TV, digital, newspaper and paid search.
The campaign includes a media first, through a partnership with the Evening Standard/London Live. The partnership will launch on 3 June with a four page pullout, promotions across bill posters and an additional print run of 20,000 to be distributed across all trains leaving Paddington. [more…]
Customer Engagement Agency DST Global Insights Group (The GIG) has swept the board at The Travel Marketing Awards, @CIMTIGmarketing winning Gold, Silver and Bronze for their ‘Catch the Summer Fever’ campaign for South West Trains.
The winning campaign was a highly visual and tapped into the summer festival vibe by inviting leisure travellers to 'Catch the Summer Fever' with South West Trains.
Around 100 marketers have booked on to attend the digital marketing conference, On The Edge, being held in Bristol, 19th March. If you’re coming along, why not introduce yourself to the other attendees by replying to this post. We find this helps to break the ice and means you’ll know more people when you get there! To book your ticket or to find out more information, just click here: http://ontheedgelive.co.uk/bristol
The Government agency chose not to spend £1.7million on dredging parts of the River Tone and the River Parrett before the recent flooding.