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Beep Beep! Mattress Brand Keeps Drivers Awake By Placing Alarm in Radio

FCB Creates Smart Stunt for Piero

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Argentinean mattress brand Piero, along with FCB Buenos Aires, created this clever campaign to encourage serial drivers to stay wide awake behind the wheel.

In the spot, we find that traffic accidents in Argentina mainly involved truck, bus and taxi drivers, who, with grueling shifts, are likely to doze off during wee hours, causing some to even hallucinate and end up in harrowing situations.

Enter Snooze Radio, the first in-car alarm system designed to keep drivers alert. Made much like your standard alarm clock, it "snoozes" every nine minutes during the time most accidents are known to occur.

The mattress company also partnered with the country's most popular radio stations and reached more than 480,000 drivers per night.

The documentary-style short was directed by Martin Levi of Oruga Films.

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Credits
Date
May 09, 2014
Agency:
FCB Buenos Aires
Client:
Piero
President:
Ezequiel Alchourron
Exec Creative Director:
Tony Waissmann
Creative Director:
Diego Rubio
Copywriter:
Veronica Perera
Art Director:
Facundo Ardila
Chief Agency Producer:
Gabriel Lancioni
Agency Editor:
Maximiliano Ibarra
Production Company:
Oruga Films
Director:
Martin Levi
Executive Producer:
Ioni Borizonik
Producer:
Ariel Fainholc
Postproduction:
Oruga Cine
Editor:
Javier Blaya
Post Production:
Santiago Travi
Sound Engineer:
Juan Pablo Souto
Mix Sound:
XYZ
Music Company:
Twins Music
Commercial Manager:
Ezequiel Fourcade
Marketing Manager:
Matias Pfister
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