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New Campaign Via DDB Canada Shows What Wearing These Sunglasses Can Do

Published On
Aug 07, 2013

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Vancouver Police apparently are a stylish bunch: Sporting aviators is a "signature look" that DDB Canada is capitalizing on for a new campaign for the Vancouver Police Foundation, a charitable organization that provides funds for technology and community policing as well as youth outreach programs, that are not covered by the PD's operating budget.

The new campaign will sell a line of iconic, mirrored aviator glasses for $20, via a website. The glasses are also part of a couple of television spots that spoof police dramas. In "Hooded," a portly man decides the putting the glasses on has given him some pretty great agility, while in "Deflated," the protagonist takes a cue from David Caruso of "CSI: Miami."

On social media, the PD will ask people to submit photos of themselves wearing aviator sunglasses, along with the hashtag #VPDPartners, for a chance to win a "Ride-Along" with the police. The campaign was created pro-bono with support from OMD.

Credits

Date
Aug 07, 2013
Brand:
Vancouver Police Foundation
Client:
Vancouver Police Foundation
Agency:
DDB-Vancouver

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