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Sector Educación, Traffic safety (en)
Media Ambiente, Digital, Case study
Mercado Polonia
Agencia 2012 Agency Warsaw
Executive Creative Director Maciej Marasek
Senior Art Director Kamil Kotarba
Senior Copywriter Marcin Pucyk
Designer Anna Czuż
Agencia de production Papaya Films
Director Iwona Bielecka
Publicado octubre 2016


Cannes Lions 2017
PR Sectors: Commercial Public Services Bronze Lion

Creditos y descripciones

Title: The Wheelchair Hour
Agency: 2012 Agency
Brand: Akademia Auto Swiat
Country: Poland
Entrant Company: 2012 Agency, Warsaw
Advertising Agency: 2012 Agency, Warsaw
Media Agency: 2012 Agency, Warsaw / Sztengreber, Warsaw / Akademia Auto Swiat, Warsaw
Pr Agency: 2012 Agency, Warsaw / Sztengreber, Warsaw / Akademia Auto Swiat, Warsaw / Papaya Films, Warsaw
Production Company: Papaya Films, Warsaw
Senior Copywriter: Marcin Pucyk (2012 Agency)
Executive Creative Director: Maciej Marasek (2012 Agency)
Senior Art Director: Kamil Kotarba (2012 Agency)
Account Manager: Iza Maleszyk (2012 Agency)
Director: Iwona Bielecka (Papaya Films)
Executive Producer: Pawel Bondarowicz (Papaya Films)
Executive Producer: Kacper Sawicki (Papaya Films)
Producer: Karolina Korta (Papaya Films)
Founder: Justyna Sztengreber (Sztengreber)
Digital Project Manager: Jan Galinski (2012 Agency)
Designer: Anna Czuz (2012 Agency)
Account Executive: Marcelina Tuszyńska (Sztengreber)
Managing Director: Pawel Tomaszek (Akademia Auto Świat)
Starting with the experiential events; then the online video which wouldn't be watched without the digital PR efforts; next, traditional PR which helped to raise nationwide debate about the quality of driver education; and the endorsement from driving experts. All parts of the campaign were driven or strongly supported by PR actions. What is more, thanks to all that activities we built a consistent image of the Akademia Auto ?wiat brand - the driving school which knows how to teach responsibility. And this communication influenced behavior of the most desirable target audience - future drivers.
Media outputsThe campaign resulted in over 400 publications, with the coverage in 3 most important polish TV stations, 23 radio stations, 10 biggest portals, main automotive magazine and great interest in Social Media. The value of the free publicity we received was about 500 000 euros. The wheelchair hour caught the attention of 7 385 749 Poles.Majority of publications included relations from the workshops, interviews with our experts and young drivers. We gave media not only the starting point to tell the story, but the whole story to tell.Target Audience OutcomesThanks to driving experts endorsement and government organizations engagement it is now being consider to set up the wheelchair hour as obligatory for all drivers in Poland. Business OutcomesThe Akademia Auto Swiat branches that conducted workshops, have up to 100% more trainees. A skillful, 360-degree, video-driven, motivational and emotional campaign is something outstanding in the sector. Not only in terms of education but also business aspect.Our campaign has given Akademia Auto Swiat driving schools opportunities to:- more effectively reach the school directors and convince them of the need to organize workshops- give youth more formative classes (film and ambassadors) and wheelchair experience (stronger message).
Campaign Description:
We strongly believe that until you can drive responsibly, you can't drive.So, instead of simplifying the driving course, Akademia Auto Swiat added one extra hour. In the wheelchair.This hour can teach drivers responsibility. It means much more than any hour of a typical driving course.The hour is an unprecedented driving lesson. It is the wheelchair hour.The idea is universal, it can be implemented anywhere in the world. And yes, it can change the world. All of this with just one hour.
Stage 1We started cooperation with nearly 100 high-schools in Poland. We offered them what was exactly needed – emotional workshop allowing young people to experience one wheelchair hour, together with the interesting lesson about proper behavior behind the wheel and general rules of safety on the road. In the opening of every meeting our spot was screening.Stage 2We chose most popular driving experts and professional drivers and invited them to join our action and record the teaser video containing wheelchair with “L” letter – the symbol of the campaign. Then we asked National Council of Road Safety for their endorsement. Stage 3We started to reach the media. We encouraged TV journalists from news programs and good-morning shows, as well as radio and online editors, to prepare materials about campaign and talk with their guest about the responsibility behind the wheel issue.
Target Audience- Young drivers and driver candidates age 18 – 25, as well as their parents.- Well-known driving experts, professional drivers.- High schools.- Government and non-government organizations dedicated to safety on the road issue such as: National Council of Road Safety, Polish Police.MEDIAWe wanted our message to be heard and shared by nationwide offline and online media: TV, press, radio and social medial.PLANNINGFor the start we chose March – the first month of spring, which is the most popular season to start the driving license course. The pick of the campaign was planned to take place in the week preceding the Easter - the time when roads are full of Poles and unfortunately full of fatal accidents.We based the campaign on know-how of driving experts and psychologist together with the outstanding experience of our client.
ObjectiveTo reduce the number of car crashes involving young drivers by teaching them how to be responsible.To demonstrate the unique ability of Akademia Auto Swiat - know how to teach responsibilityBrief & situationYoung drivers are at high risk of car crashes. They are more likely to cause car accidents than older drivers. Only in Poland last year young drivers were responsible for more than 5,800 accidents in which 542 people died and nearly 8,000 were injured. Experts say that the high number of accidents caused by this group is the result of inadequate preparation for the role of a driver. The obligatory 30 hour practical and 30 hour theoretical driving course mostly prepare students only for exams, but do not teach young people humility when it comes to their abilities. What is more, driving schools usually do everything to make it quick and easy.