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Three men in a hire car… starring Arsenal players Petr Cech, Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck

by on April 8, 2016 in Lead Article, Lead story, News you can use

Three men in a hire car… starring Arsenal players Petr Cech, Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck

Europcar, the Official Car and Van Rental Partner of Arsenal Football Club, today released its brand new video ‘Road Trip’, starring Arsenal players Petr Cech, Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck.

The amusing film follows the capers of the three teammates as they take a trip in a Europcar hire car, having thought they had missed the team coach to an away match.

The trio expertly capture the atmosphere of a somewhat tedious car journey as they bicker over driving and play in-car quizzes; there’s even a dashboard drum solo performance from goalkeeping legend Petr Cech.

Ken McCall, Managing Director, Europcar Group UK said: “Road Trip perfectly ties together the Europcar and Arsenal brands to create light-hearted, fun and easily shareable content as well as demonstrating the benefits of renting from Europcar, including one way car hire.”

The film follows the viral success of ‘Face to Face with the Arsenal Family’ released in 2014 – which attracted over a million views in less than 72 hours, and more than 6.4million social impressions. The players themselves were keen to get involved with ‘Road Trip’.

This campaign – which will run across multiple platforms including YouTube, Facebook and Europcar’s content hub for Arsenal fans – was brokered for Europcar by SPORTS at SMG, with the agency’s specialist content division, LiquidThread, devising, creating and producing all the content.

James Anderson, Account Director, SPORTS at SMG, said: “Building on the success of last season’s film, the chemistry and shared vision between Europcar and Arsenal meant we were able to create exclusive, highly-original content that will resonate strongly with Europcar’s target audience.”

The video illustrates that no matter the situation Europcar is ‘moving your way’.

You can see the film here

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