Look At This: People for post-holiday goodness

Zulu and Media Experts launch second phase of kindness campaign

Zulu and Media Experts launch second phase of kindness campaign

The People For Good campaign is back, hoping to keep the good-cheer vibe of the December holidays going with this full-page ad in Wednesday’s Globe and Mail.

Once again, Toronto creative shop Zulu Alpha Kilo and media agency Media Experts teamed up to create the campaign.

Media Experts had Ipsos do some research on the first phase of the campaign and found the work had built solid awareness. Ipsos said 30% of those polled were familiar with the initiative and another 22% were “vaguely familiar.”

Perhaps more relevant however: “Respondents aware of the advertising and of People for Good were significantly more likely to give up their seats in transit for a pregnant or elderly person (22%) compared to those who have never heard of this campaign (14%). The same group of people were also significantly more likely to let someone go in front of them in line (4% versus 2%).”

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