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NRMA Insurance's Film by The Monkeys Drives Home Christmas Safety

Titled 'Don't Drive Naughty, Drive Nice', this year's campaign harnesses the power of our kids in the back seat to remind us what Christmas time is really about - them

NRMA Insurance's Film by The Monkeys Drives Home Christmas Safety

NRMA Insurance has released the next instalment of its annual Christmas campaign, asking drivers to take extra care on our roads during the most hectic time of the year via The Monkeys, part of Accenture Interactive.

Says Sally Kiernan, marketing director, NRMA: "We know that Christmas is a time of the year when the importance of family is heightened, bringing with it a spirit of togetherness and connection. It is also one of the busiest periods on our roads so it's more important than ever to 'Drive Nice'."


Screen Shot 2018-11-12 at 9.56.45 am.jpgSays Scott Nowell, cofounder and group chief creative officer, The Monkeys: "Christmas holidays are a joyous time, but there's immense stress around finishing work and getting the familyScreen Shot 2018-11-12 at 9.56.55 am.jpg on the road. NRMA Insurance wants to make sure that Australians are driving safe, bringing to light what is most important - family."

The integrated campaign kicks off with a film directed by Marc Forster, who recently released HollywoodScreen Shot 2018-11-12 at 9.57.21 am.jpg movie Christopher Robin, telling the story of a young girl who must find a way to get her stressed out dad toScreen Shot 2018-11-12 at 9.57.31 am.jpg drive nice, before it's too late.
 
To reinforce this message while on the road, kids from around New South Wales and Queensland were asked to show us why adults should 'drive nice', with their answers becoming the hero outScreen Shot 2018-11-12 at 9.57.08 am.jpg of home advertising creative.
 
On radio a group of kids adapted the drive nice message to the tune of famous Christmas carols; across mobile, a Facebook augmented reality camera effect has been created that allows viewers to look like the brand film's hero toy bunny and share the Don't Drive Naughty, Drive Nice message.
 
The campaign is also supported by a podcast platform titled 'Are We There Yet?' that includes Australian celebrities reading beloved stories.
 
This is the third major piece of work created for the NRMA Insurance brand in partnership with The Monkeys, part of Accenture Interactive.
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