Ronaldo Or Messi? Vote With Your Cigarette Butts and Stop the Litter

UK organization Hubbub, in collaboration with CommonWorks, came up with an exceptional solution to do their part on preserving the environment. They launched a campaign called “Neat Streets” in order to keep the streets of London clean. Hubbub appeals to the “playful” side of unscrupulous citizens aiming to divert them from polluting their environment.
According to Hubbub, their research shows that most of the pollution takes place at night and that cigarette butts were the most littered item. The organization took action and placed big panels that serve as voting ashtray containers in London’s public spaces. Some of them are calling out to smokers to vote for their favorite sport teams or athletes. The questions will change weekly but they will remain in the sports domain thus engaging the interests of targeted groups.
Other panels state various facts concerning chewing gum scraps. Hubbub demonstrated another touch of creativity when they left slots for passersby to stick their gums in to reveal the missing information in a “connect the dots” format.
The Hubbub organization stated on their page that 86% of people think that littering is a disgusting habit but only 15 per cent would stand up to the pollutants. They further write, “This is why from May to October we’re trialling a new approach to tackling littering on Villiers Street, Westminster, using the latest thinking on behaviour change and awareness raising from around the world.”
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Via: Branding Magazine

Wrigley’s Coffee Cup Sleeve gives Customers Clean Teeth on the Go

South African coffee seller,Seattle Coffee Co. has teamed up Wrigley’s Orbit gum to help customers start the day energized and fresh, ready to face whatever challenges arise.
With the help of South African advertising agency DDB and design studio Tag 8, Seattle Coffee Co is adding new coffee cup sleeves with individual samples of Orbit’s gum. The campaign, exclusive to South Africa, is called “Coffee On The Go, Clean Teeth On The Go.” Through this direct-marketing technique, Wrigley is trying to bridge the gap between coffee drinkers and gum chewers.
The design by Tag 8 features the gum integrated directly into the sleeve, with a doodle of a man reaching for it with one hand, a cup of coffee in the other. The concept also makes the combination of the gum and coffee less jarring, since it can be handed off to a customer singlehandedly, rather than adding it later just for the sample to be forgotten or lost in a bag or pocket.
Via: psfk