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When you've had an accident, the last thing you want to do is wait on hold, endlessly, to talk to an insurance agent. Bradesco Insurance illustrated its own efficiency with customer service by recreating that unfavorable scenario in an unusual radio media play. In programs devoted to playing hour-long non-stop segments of music, with the help of agency Almap BBDO, the advertiser inserted snippets of a driver's call to a fictitious insurance company. Over the course of the hour, that caller was put "on hold" by the insurer multiple times, with the songs in the program serving as hold music.

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Songs of radio shows were used as if a person was on hold music of a insurance company to show that If you don't want to wait better get Bradesco.

Apr 25, 2014
Chief Creative Officer:
Luiz Sanches
Bradesco Seguro
Creative Director:
Renato Simões
Creative Director:
Bruno Prosperi
Art Director:
Pedro Rosa
Art Director:
Alexandre Scaff
Agency Producer:
Rafael Motta
Agency Producer:
Ana Paula Casagrande
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