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THINK! 2000-2008: how one word helped save a thousand lives
Road Safety has long been a government priority, helping to drive a 50 per cent decline in deaths on Britain’s roads since the 60s. However, ambitious ten-year casualty-reduction targets meant that a fresh approach was required. Designed to act as a powerful unifying identity for the entire road safety effort, the THINK! brand prompted reappraisal of poor road safety behaviour by getting people to take responsibility for the consequences of their actions using issuedriven communications. The result was that casualty-reduction targets were achieved two years ahead of schedule. THINK!’s contribution was to prevent more than 3,000 deaths and serious injuries during this period, representing a saving to society of more than £800 million and generating payback of £9.36 for every £1 spent on the campaign.
This case was thoroughly impressive as it took a campaign and created a brand, THINK!, a very rare feat for government campaigns. There is no doubt that this campaign will have made a tangible difference to people’s lives.
BT Retail Consumer
By dramatising poor road safety behaviour, THINK! prevented more than 3,000 deaths and serious injuries, generating payback of £9.36 for every £1 spent.
Title: THINK! 2000-2008: how one word helped save a thousand lives
Client: Department for Transport
Entrants: Leo Burnett, AMV BBDO
Authors: Nick Docherty, Rebecca Harris, Leo Burnett; Will Hodge, Jane Dorsett, AMV BBDO