Editors' Choice: Sticker seekers are required to help Missing Children Europe in their search for missing children
The EURO championships might be over, but everyone is still looking for the missing soccer stickers to complete their Panini album. Leo Burnett Brussels uses this Panini-hype to launch a campaign for Missing Children Europe, the European federation for missing and sexually abused children. In a print advertisement and an online movie we see someone completing a sticker album with stickers of missing children. Of course, this album is not really for sale, but you can order your missing stickers for your Panini via www.missingstickers.eu. The money you pay for those, goes entirely to Missing Children Europe to support them in their search for missing children.
Since the month of April just about every soccer fan in Europe has been collecting Panini soccer stickers. With 24 national teams and over 96 pages the album is thicker than ever: you need 680 stickers to complete it. That is quite a lot. And so everybody is now frantically looking for their missing images. Now Leo Burnett Brussels and Missing Children Europe come to the rescue with a website on which you can buy your missing stickers. All proceeds will go to Missing Children Europe, to help this organisation track down its ‘missing children’. The campaign will run for one month in several European countries, including Belgium, Portugal, Italy, France and Serbia.
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