There But Not There

CLIENT

Remembered

DISCIPLINES

Broadcast PR, Consumer PR

A national art installation to commemorate WWI and raise funds. 

To commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War we were challenged to maximise broadcast coverage for a brand new fundraising campaign for the charity Remembered. 

‘There but not There’ set out to encourage individuals to commemorate those who fought in the First World War and also to raise funds for armed forces charities.

£1.07 million raised within 24 hours after our first television spot

The award winning creative saw ghostly life-sized silhouettes of ‘Tommies’ installed in four key locations across the UK. Each location was chosen because the area had a significant connection to WW1. Hearts Football Club for example had lost seven First Team players during the Battle of the Somme, while the Tower of London had been home to the Poppies in the Tower in 2014.


To maximise broadcast exposure for the campaign, we approached Remembered Patron, General The Lord Dannatt and Birdsong novelist Sebastian Faulks, to front the campaign as spokespeople and leveraged their ‘celebrity’ to hook national media. We were critically aware when selecting our spokespeople that they should have a genuine connection to the armed forces and be truly authentic.

Ahead of our launch day, we sent our team to the four launch locations, to ensure we had imagery and B-Roll ready to go for launch. On the launch day itself, we deployed our B-Roll and spokespeople, hitting every national broadcast outlet in the UK.

The results? We were incredibly proud to deliver 11 pieces of national TV coverage across BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4 as well as national radio coverage across five major stations.

Through the online ordering system, we can track – to the minute – when spikes of orders for Tommies were made. What our tracking reveals, is that whenever our spokespeople appeared on television, sales soared in the minutes after. Within 24 hours after our first television spot, we had helped raise £1.7 million and to date the campaign has raised over £2 million.

 

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Broadcast PR & Consumer PR

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