Alzheimers A Night To Remember Memac Ogilvy & Mather Beirut, Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai para Alzheimers Association Lebanon

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Alzheimers A Night To Remember

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Sector Diferencias étnicas, problemas de minorías, personas con discapacidad
Media Case study
Mercado Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Líbano
Agencia Memac Ogilvy & Mather Beirut
Associate Creative Director Ramzi Ibrahim
Executive Creative Director Moe Minkara
Copywriter Malek Badreddine
Creative Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai
Chief Creative Officer Paul Shearer
Associate Creative Director Karim Hassan Sherif
Publicado noviembre 2016

Premios

Dubai Lynx 2017
PR Practices & Specialisms: Events & Stunts Silver
Branded Content & Entertainment Entertainment: Live Brand Experience Bronze

Creditos y descripciones

Media: Case Film
Client: Alzheimers Association Lebanon
Product: Ngo
Agency: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
Entrant: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
Product/Service: Ngo
Idea Creation: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Lebanon Beirut, Lebanon
Idea Creation 2: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Chief Creative Officer: Paul Shearer (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai)
Executive Creative Director: Moe Minkara (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Business Director: Rima Isho (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Managing Director: Naji Boulos (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Associate Creative Director: Ramzi Ibrahim (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Associate Creative Director: Karim Sherif (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai)
Copywriter: Malek Badreddine (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Senior Graphic Designer: Dimitri Ghalieh (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Graphic Designer: Jean Rizk (Memac Ogilvy & Mather, Beirut)
Production: Ecstacy Labs (Ecstacy Labs)
Production: Beyond Post (Beyond Post)
Additional URL: https://www.facebook.com/Alzhe...
The Campaign:
The Alzheimer’s Association wanted to raise awareness amongst a younger audience but young people don't want to listen about illnesses that effect the old.
We did this by making them experience the symptoms of Alzheimer's (confusion, memory loss and disorientation) without them knowing.
In 3 Karaoke venues we secretly changed the lyrics of famous songs.
By altering the lyrics, we gave the unsuspecting performers a taste of what it feels like to be confused and disoriented; the daily struggles of an Alzheimer's patient.
At the end of the songs, our main message followed on screen explaining what had just happened, triggering a very emotional reaction to the audience present.
Execution:
In Lebanon and in the UAE, we ran this experience in 3 well-known Karaoke venues, where we secretly changed the lyrics of some famous songs.
By altering the lyrics, we gave the unsuspecting performers a taste of what it feels like to experience confusion, disorientation and memory loss i.e. symptoms of Alzheimer's.
At the end of the songs, our main message followed on screen explaining what had just happened, triggering a very emotional reaction to the audience present. The same was shared online and through the association itself driving both physical and emotional engagement.
In less than 1 week the idea went viral reaching tens of thousands of people.
Receiving critical acclaim in the World Innovation Summit for Dementia in Doha, Qatar with more than 20 countries present.
The video was also featured in the December Newsletter of Alzheimer Disease International (ADI) which is an organisation grouping 65 countries.
But more importantly, the number of volunteers skyrocketed.
Volunteers increased by 64% and awareness amongst the youth increased by 78%
The Situation:
This live PR experiment at its core enabled our initiative to provide a clear message and an experiential engagement with our direct target; the unaware youth.
It got us to be closer to our target, engaged them on a personal level, while ensuring that they actually go through the same experience that our Alzheimer's patients go through, even if for a brief moment.
And, it proved to be very successful on a PR level.
The Strategy:
Karaoke is one of the go-to sources where the young crowd (our main target) turns to, relieving their daily pressures to have some fun.
Our main approach was to use this platform as a way of connection with our group, transforming it into something more educational, where we get to talk about a very serious issue that affects Alzheimer's patients' lives dramatically.
We used Karaoke venues and music as our activation location and tool, altering lyrics of famous songs, getting the youth to experience (even if it was for a short period of time), the daily symptoms and struggles of an Alzheimer's patient; memory loss, confusion and disorientation.
This way proved to be very efficient as the youth completely understood the concept and the main idea behind it, and reacted positively on ground, as well as online and through the association itself driving both physical and emotional engagement.