TitreLong Live The Local
Campagne Long Live the Local
Annonceur Britain’s Beer Alliance
Marque Britain’s Beer Alliance
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Secteur d'activité Bières, cidres
Slogan Long Live The Local
Synopsis ‘Long Live the Local’ is the start of a three-year, multi-million-pound campaign to save ‘the local’ - stopping closures and prevent the planned rise in beer tax, simply by putting pressure on the Chancellor himself.
Long Live the Local is an idea that celebrates the life and vitality, and the role that the local pub plays. One that doubles up as a call-to-action and a celebratory toast to everything the pub represents. It is a grassrooted and top down approach to campaigning. It engages the heart to drive action and affect positive change. Giving small businesses a platform to celebrate their contribution to communities, culture and society-at-large. Stopping closures and preventing the planned rise. 
Philosophie Beer Tax was set to rise by 3.4% in Autumn 2018 Budget, and then every year for the foreseeable future. A rise that posed a serious threat to Britain’s Beer Alliance (BBA) and its 120 members, including founding global brewers AB InBev, Carlsberg, Heineken and Molson Coors.
Our challenge was simple – reverse the increase in beer duty by persuading the Chancellor Philip Hammond to cut it – with key KPI’s to maximise petition signatures and the number of emails constituents send to MPs.
In order to convince Philip Hammond and other MPs that any rise in beer duty will be an incredibly unpopular decision, we had to create national groundswell. Previous arguments about taxation has failed, so it was time to take a different strategy. 
Problème Pubs have been a constant in British life for generations and are now one of the few remaining truly open public spaces. They have been at the heart of our communities since they first opened their doors. Our own research conducted by YouGov revealed 78% of Brits think pubs are an important part of the local community.
It was apparent from this research that we needed to create a campaign and movement that would engage the heart, the head and the hand - a campaign that made people feel, provided the ammunition to justify the cause and made it easy for them to act. The architecture of a modern movement. 
Résultat Our huge campaign amassed 119,776 petition signatures, 49,462 letters sent to all 650 UK MPs and the support of influential industry organisations including CAMRA. The result? We changed Government policy in a matter of months. 
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