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Bespoke Red Cross Christmas tree stand helps those in need

In 2017, 11,000 families in Denmark could not afford Christmas, an increase of 525% over the last six years. To save their Christmas, the Danish Red Cross created a unique Christmas tree stand in the colour and shape of their own logo. Whenever people bought a Christmas tree, they could choose to pay a little extra for the Red Cross stand, with all profits going entirely to families in need, and helping those less fortunate at Christmas.
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Via: Best Ads on TV

Tommy Hilfiger dominate Kongens Nytorv metro

As part of their Fall/Winter 15, European Rafael Nadal Underwear Campaign which has launched in 12 countries,  PVH took a Station Entrance Domination at Kongens Nytorv Metro Station entrance in Copenhagen, Denmark.
This Station, located within 100m of the Tommy Hilfiger Copenhagen Store, has been a key component location in their campaigns over the past couple of years.
PVH have made use of celebrities in their past campaigns (Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber both for Calvin Klein in the SS15 season), with the aim of using their star appeal to attract strong brand attention. This season was no different with Tommy Hilfiger using Rafael Nadal as their brand icon. The Kongens Nytorv Metro Station entrance in Copenhagen helped drive awareness of this strategy with its highly impactful façade. With a large entrance wrap, the season’s creative was given an excellent platform to showcase the iconic imagery. Further in the station, elevator wraps assisted with repeat exposure and increasing brand recall. The station benefits from 253,000 passengers per week.
The campaign was planned by PSI.
 
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On the Edge: Augmented Reality Bus Shelter

AFA JCDecaux Denmark has made great creative use of OOH advertising and augmented reality by running a prank campaign for On the Edge, a Danish movie based around the popular theme of illegal racing.
To set up the prank, AFA JCDecaux placed a 2m² digital screen on the interior face of a bus shelter and hid a full HD camera on its exterior face. The camera streamed the live street scene onto the internal face of the bus shelter, so it appeared to people waiting for the bus like they were looking through a glass panel into the street.
The  ad creative showed an out of control car hurtling towards them, flipping over and crashing into the bus shelter!
After the shock and to the relief of the startled travellers, two of the main characters from the movie showed up giving out free cinema tickets to watch the movie.
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Via: JCDecaux One World

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