Designed to drive showroom traffic in one of the peak registration periods, Renault's wide-ranging national and local UK media programme has just begun with the launch of a dedicated microsite. Maintaining momentum in the lead-up to the eagerly-awaited feature's UK release on 9th October, the French marque will air bespoke TV ads from now, based around the theme of families taking an adventure in their New Grand Scénic.
Also supporting the heavyweight national activities both on- and off-screen, will be print advertisements in national media throughout September, and experiential activity at cinemas throughout October.
In keeping with the family audience of the film and the New Scénic range, there will be a GoogleEarth game, tracking the adventures of the leading characters, Carl and Russell, with clues hidden in a New Scénic and the chance of winning an exotic family holiday to Costa Rica where one lucky family could have their very own tropical adventure.
Naturally, Renault's dealer network will be heavily involved in taking advantage of the collaboration. Completing the range of activities, free tickets for the film can be won just by taking a test drive of selected Renault models before 30th October. There are also chances to win a New Grand Scénic, 'UP' goodies, and a family holiday to Paris including a balloon ride over the chic French capital. There will also be an Open Weekend on 12th and 13th September, with further activities planned for the end of the peak registration month, right up to the film's launch on 9th October.
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