|Titre||Behind The Numbers|
|Agence||Happiness Brussels, an FCB Alliance|
|Campagne||Behind the numbers|
|Annonceur||OVK / PEVR (Parents of Child Road Victims)|
|Date de première diffusion/publication|
|Secteur d'activité||Sécurité Routière|
|Synopsis||When you hear this, somebody just died in a traffic accident. Number 66 since January. Number 66 in the statistics. But most of all: a real person... and always somebody’s child. Please, drive carefully. 66 are 66 too many. A message from parents of road victims. Like me.|
|Philosophie||‘Behind the numbers’. A year-long radio campaign you’d rather not hear. Because every time it airs somebody just died in traffic. In real-time. One adapted and unique radio spot for each road victim. Minutes after it happened. Since early January, till end of the year. Every day again, unfortunately. Every time somebody dies in traffic. Making every victim, every number in the statistics, more tangible. To illustrate the scale of the problem to everybody listening to the radio, mostly while driving. By doing so, the organization ‘Parents of Road Victims’ wants to turn each lost life into a reason to drive more carefully. Each unique spot was recorded by real parents of road victims.|
|Problème||In Belgium, In 2017, 640 people lost their lives in a road accident. That’s a decrease of 13% compared to 2016. Good news. At least, for the statistics that is. Because for the 640 parents, friends and other relatives of each one of the victims, it’s pure tragedy Brief: How can we illustrate the fact that 640 dead people dying on the road is still way too much in a country as small as Belgium. How can we get beyond the statistics? How can we turn each road victim, each lost child, into a reason to drive more carefully.|
|Résultat||The campaign started early January and will last till end of this year. The big advantage of this campaign is that it’s not one of those one-off sensibilisation campaigns. This a long term plan to turn each victim into a radiospot urging you to drive more carefully. This radio campaign will have as many spots and as many appearances as there will be people dying in traffic. Turning each victim into talk value and a reason share. Every time again. The combined results will only be clear by the end of this year.|
|Type de média||Radio|
|Directeur Général||Koen Van Wonterghem|
|Regionale Coordinator||Ellen Ruys|
|Regionale Coordinator||Alexia Creton|
|Directeur de la photo||Sumi arcos Mina|
|Responsable de budget agence||Tine Van Hasselt|
|Executive Creative officer||Karen Corrigan|
|Strategic Director||Karen Corrigan|
|Responsable de la création||Geoffrey Hantson|
|Directeur de création||Philippe Fass|
|Directeur de création||Mateusz Mroszczak|
|Concept Provider / Copywriter||Roxane Schneider|
|Concept Provider / Copywriter||Pieter Claeys|
|Senior Creative Coach||Katrien Bottez|
|Group Account Director||Hans Smets|
|Head of Motion||Remke Faber|
|Motion Designer||Karlien Huygels|
|Directeur de la photo||Lisa Gadeyne|
|Junior Account Executive||Gaelle Maes|
|Radio Director||Peter Baert|
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