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TATA Motors and Jack in the Box Worldwide collaborate to create what could be India’s largest Instagram and Twitter campaign yet

15-March-2017
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TATA Motors and Jack in the Box Worldwide collaborate to create what could be India’s largest Instagram and Twitter campaign yet

On March 7, TAMO, TATA Motors’ sub-brand, launched RACEMO, a two-seater, fully connected sports coupe, at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show. The car made the entire auto world sit up and take notice, for the way it looked and what it could do.

Meanwhile, in the digital sphere, Jack in the Box Worldwide, in collaboration with TAMO, launched one-of-a-kind guerrilla activity to build intrigue and hype around the launch. Kaizad Pardiwalla, President, Jack in the Box Worldwide, said of the campaign, “Our brief was to create tremendous hype and fan following for the car prior to its launch. However, we couldn’t reveal the name of the car, show the car, talk about the brand, or even reveal the fact that it was a car at all. A challenging brief like that deserved an out-of-the-box response. That response was Cemora – a girl who took social media by storm.”

Sujan Roy, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicles – International, Tata Motors said, “This was our first association with Team JITB. From our initial interactions, we found that the team has a deep and fundamental understanding of the digital medium and how to leverage it for maximum effect for the task at hand.”

“During the association, what impressed us as a client was that the entire team was focused, motivated, and immensely driven by metrics – be it the KPIs that we set for ourselves, the deadlines, or the budgetary limits – while never losing sight of the idea. Working under extreme time pressure, we never saw them falter and they came across as a bunch of thorough professionals. It has truly been a joy working with Team JITB,” added Roy.

In February this year, the Internet was introduced to a girl named Cemora, who set out on a road trip, all by herself. She was a spunky, sassy girl who had no plans, no maps, just adventure on her mind. She Instagrammed the entire journey through pictures, videos, postcards sent to her friends and followers, each one in her own trademark style. The subtle spin to the campaign was that everything was shot from the perspective of the car and hints were dropped all along. Over 200 pictures and seven videos were posted, besides the postcards. These were all shot and produced in partnership with in-house production company, Sniper, making this a truly integrated The 120 Media Collective initiative.

This campaign has set a whole new industry benchmark. It gained 12,500 followers on Instagram and Twitter, a reach of 12.1 million and a cumulative 1.7 million likes, shares, comments, and video views.

And that’s not all. Impressions were at 57.1 million, and counting, thus making it probably the most successful Indian social media campaign of all time. This has definitely been a one-of-its-kind campaign – both in terms of scale and innovation.

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