Challenge: Produce a newspaper ad for the desirable new Volkswagen Polo.
Solution: We targeted people in the market for a new car. In the motoring sections of newspapers, we ran a double-sided ad that capitalised on the Polo’s appeal. By cutting out and using the ad, people could put their current cars up for sale, while driving around with a constant reminder of the car they’d rather have: the gorgeous new Polo.
Result: We turned car windows into a new media space. Every car that used our ad became a mini billboard for the Polo’s sheer desirability – a fact made even better when it was a Toyota or Ford with our Volkswagen message in its window.
Print advertisment created by Ogilvy, South Africa for Volkswagen, within the category: Automotive.
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