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Homebase launches ‘going fast’ campaign

Homebase chairs, benches and lamps appear to sink into the ground in a new ambient campaign by Leo Burnett to promote the nationwide Homebase in-store offers.

Specific items were made to look like they were disappearing into the pavement, in a first of its kind installation, which was placed around the Homebase store in Wandsworth last weekend (26th – 28th April), as part of the ‘Going Fast’ campaign.

(See our Facebook page for a larger image of the installation: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Insight-DIY/411170565588234).

Signage around the installation and product tags attached to each item encourages passers-by to be quick, as the in-store offers are “going fast”.

“It’s nice to do something different to catch the eye of passers by – we had some really positive feedback from customers who liked the clever idea. It was really impactful and interesting.” Commented Michelle Raeburn, Local Marketing Manager, Homebase.

The campaign, targeting commuters and weekend shoppers, created a buzz around the store in a new and original way, allowing flexibility and opportunity for roll-out across other stores moving forward.

Project Credits
Project name: Homebase: ‘Going Fast’
Client: Michelle Raeburn, Local Marketing Manager
Brief: Drive footfall in store and awareness of offers available.
Creative agency: Leo Burnett
Creative Team: Phillip Meyler and Darren Keff
Creative Directors: Jon Fox and Rik Brown
Executive Creative Director: Justin Tindall
Account Team: Victoria Reiz and Dan Gilroy
Planner (Leo Burnett): Matt Watts
Exposure: In Store

Source : LBBOnline.com
www.lbbonline.com/news/leo-burnetts-latest-homebase-campaign/

01 May 2013
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