Nissan Makes Halloween Safer With Glow Guards
In order to help make the roads safer for trick-or-treaters and drivers this Halloween, Nissan Canada has launched Glow Guards. The reflective adhesive stickers - designed as an easy addition to Halloween costumes - promote enhanced safety measures at one of the busiest times for pedestrian traffic on Canadian roads. The campaign was developed in collaboration with global Toronto-based creative agency, Juniper Park\TBWA, who ideated and materialized the campaign including the social assets and online video (OLV).
According to a study published by JAMA Pediatrics, pedestrian fatalities, especially for younger children, spike significantly on Halloween night with approximately 43 per cent higher risk of pedestrian deaths than other evenings around that time period. This spike is attributed to a combination of higher foot traffic on the streets, as children set out to trick-or-treat, and decreased visibility conditions caused by darker evening hours.
"When it comes to road safety, Nissan believes in a mindful and holistic approach that helps to promote road safety for all," says Steve Rhind, director of marketing Nissan Canada. "It's why we're putting our focus on proactive safety measures that will help trick-or-treaters and drivers alike. By making Nissan Glow Guards available at dealership locations across the country, we encourage families to enjoy a safer Halloween this year."
Nissan's Glow Guards reflect the light from vehicle headlights, delivering a safe, highly visible pedestrian indication to drivers. Developed with children in mind, these lightweight stickers are the perfect addition to any Halloween costume and can make families feel more at ease while trick-or-treating this year.
“Our goal with Glow Guards was to offer families an extra safety precaution during a dangerous time for pedestrians, without diminishing the fun associated with trick-or-treating,” says Graham Lang, chief creative officer at Juniper Park\TBWA. “Using small and effective adhesive stickers felt like a natural way to ensure pedestrians, and specifically children, remained highly visible to drivers during the darker evening hours.”
Glow Guards are available at Nissan Canada dealerships across the country, and families can pick them up until October 31 before trick-or-treating.
Advertiser: Nissan Canada
Creative Agency: Juniper Park\TBWA
Art Director: Eric Cicero
Copywriter: Jon Dick
Associate Creative Director: TJ Arch
Associate Creative Director: Clayton Needham
Chief Creative Officer: Graham Lang
Account Supervisor: Mikael Martinez
Account Director: Greg Price
Production Company: BOLT Content
Executive Producer: Lior Etziony
Producer: Nina Buis
Producer: Ashlie Luthra
DOP: Rod Reano
On Location Sound: Marco Furgiuele
Editor: Sacha Proctor
Print Producer: Tam Heyfron
Senior Digital Producer: Cynthia Cyr
Digital Producer: Marina Jalandoni
Digital Graphics Lead: Rudong Zheng
Post Production / VFX
Post Production Company: Alter Ego
Transfer Artist / Colour: James Graham
Senior Producer: Jane Garrah
Sound Company: Tattoo Media
Engineer / Sound Design: Steve Gadsden
Executive Producer - Audio: Dana Gadsden
Category: Automotive , Cars