Air, train, bus, taxi, rideshare services, subway systems, bike shares, car rentals, ferries, etc.
Express Lanes Introduction Campaign
By all measures, the Georgia DOT Express Lane announcement campaign was a success. We were about to announce this major construction project to commuters in such a way that they understood how massive the project ways and how much it would inconvenience their lives. However, the project was also explained in such a way, through advertising and public relations, that residents, commuters and local organizations remained supportive of the construction project's overall mission: helping Atlanta manage its traffic.
Brand: Express Lanes, Georgia DOT
Client: Georgia Department Of Trasportation
Agency: Siddall, Matus & Coughter, Inc.
Strength in Numbers
Despite the negative force of two 1994 airline crashes and the consequent criticism of the press the USAir campaign "Strength in Numbers" has, in a very short time with a very small but highly targeted media effort, helped bring the airline back from the brink of disaster. Increasingly positive consumer perceptions show that USAir's advertising has helped the airline begin to re-claim the important business traveler segment and increase positive customer perceptions of the brand as a large professional safe airline--one dedicated to meeting the needs of business travelers.
Client: USAIR, Inc.
Agency: McCann-Erickson New York
Challenging conventional thinking about business database information, the campaign completely repositioned Dun & Bradstreet. Customers and prospects came to regard D&B as a source for accessible, actionable ways to find profit throughout their companies. The company image and brand evolved to represent "opportunity" and "profit" from strictly "credit risk management".
Brand: Dun & Bradstreet
Client: The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation
Agency: Wells Rich Greene BDDP Inc.