LONG LIVE THE RESISTANCE by Shackleton Spain for 40 PRINCIPALES & ADESAM

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LONG LIVE THE RESISTANCE

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Industry Against Cancer
Media Direct marketing
Market Spain
Agency Shackleton Spain
Executive Creative Director Alfonso Marian, Juan Silva
Creative Director Monica Balanzategui, Pablo Gonzalez De La Peña
Art Director Marta Pueyo, Lucia Agudo, David Rigote, Margarita Mora
Copywriter Guillermo Garcia, Marina Fornet, Diana Orero
Producer Pablo García Acón
Released April 2009

Credits & Description

Category: Ambient Media (Large Scale)
Advertiser: 40 PRINCIPALES & ADESAM
Product/Service: CERVICAL CANCER AWARENESS
Agency: SHACKLETON
Date of First Appearance: Apr 27 2009 12:00AM
Entrant Company: SHACKLETON, Madrid, SPAIN
Entry URL: http://www.judgingishard.com/campana/cannes/musical
Copywriter & Creative Director: Nacho Guilló (Shackleton)
Art Director & Creative Director: Victor Aguilar (Shackleton)
Executive Creative Director: Alfonso Marian (Shackleton)
Creative Supervior: Borja de la Rocha (Shackleton)
Creative Director: Monica Balanzategui (Shackleton)
Copywriter: Diana Orero (Shackleton)
Copywriter: Guillermo Garcia (Shackleton)
Copywriter: Marina Fornet (Shackleton)
Art Director: Margarita Mora (Shackleton)
Art Director: Lucia Agudo (Shackleton)
Art Director: Marta Pueyo (Shackleton)
Art Director: David Rigote (Shackleton)
Creative Director: Pablo Gonzalez de la Peña (Shackleton)
Producer: Pablo Garcia Acón (Shackleton)
Executive Creative Director: Juan Silva (Shackleton)
Chief Creative Officer: Juan Nonzioli (Shackleton)
Account Management Team: Elvis Santos, Sheila Alvarez, Marta Peloche (Shackleton)
TV Production Manager: Manela Zamora (Shackleton)
Graphic & Event Production Manager: Itxaro Vicuña (Shackleton)
Digital Project Manager: Sascha Kraft (Shackleton)
Media placement: TV Spot - 1 Shot - National Spanish TV - 27/04/2009
Media placement: Print - 1 Shot - National Newspapers And Magazines - 27/04/2009
Media placement: Web - Internet - 27/04/2009 Through 04/07/2009
Media placement: Radio - 1 Shot - National Spanish Radio Stations - 27/04/2009
Media placement: Mailing 1 Shot - Journalists And Opinion Leaders - 27/04/2009
Media placement: Press Conference, Press Release And Dossier - Teatro Coliseum In Madrid - 27/04/2009
Media placement: Event: The Musical - Tour Across Spanish Cities - 27/04/2009 Through 04/07/2009
Media placement: Ambient. Informative Roadshow Bus - Tour Across Spanish Cities - 27/04/2009 Through 04/07/2009
Media placement: Program, Leaflets And Brochures - Distributed During Performances And In Roadshow Bus - 27/04/2009 Through 04/07/2009

Describe the brief/objective of the direct campaign.
Cervical cancer is caused by a virus and causes the death of 2 women every day in Spain. The good news is that there are now vaccines to prevent it. They are the first vaccines against cancer. But hardly anyone is aware of this fact. 40 Principales (Spanish Music Radio Station) & ADESAM (Women Health Development Association) came together to launch an awareness campaign about Cervical Cancer in order to inform the population about its preventive measures. Spreading this information was vital to society.

Explain why the creative execution was relevant to the product or service.
We had to transmit our message in a optimistic and impacting way. Delivering information using music definitely allowed us to connect to the public. That is why we created: (LONG LIVE THE RESISTANCE, THE MUSICAL. The first advertising campaign which is a real musical. In ambient we designed an information roadshow bus which followed the Musical tour every step of the way and to each city where it was performed. It was endowed with the latest interactive technology designed to eliminate the lack of awareness of the disease, relaying useful information for saving lives in an entertaining and educational way.

Describe the creative solution to the brief/objective with reference to the projected response rates and desired outcome.
In order to be as effective as possible we decided to communicate our message using a universal language: music. To engage our public we created and premiered: LONG LIVE THE RESISTANCE: The Musical. An actual musical that in reality is a live performance advertising campaign with singing and dancing. An upbeat portrayal of the fight against the disease that both informs and instructs. The musical could be seen in theaters and concerts on a tour across the country and we supported it through all the media, television, print, web, direct marketing, pubic relations and ambient media.

Describe the results in as much detail as possible with particular reference to the RESPONSE of the target audience including deliverability statistics, response rates, click throughs, sales cost per response, relationships built and overall return on investment.
-11,100 people attended the musical performances. -9,764 people visited visited the information trailer and took with them an information leaflet. -All of the leading national TV news programs echoed the event. The earned publicity value was estimated to be more than €731,726.62. -150.897 visits to the web. - 37,900 people saw the pieces of the Musical at the live concerts of Amaya Montero by Movistar and 40 Principales POP. - The Musical has been broadcasted 11 times in the 40 Principales TV channel. - And most importantly, the willingness of women to receive the vaccination increased 357% after the campaign.