Lowe Lintas designs campaign to position Veedol's Take-Off as a youthful brand
The campaign focuses on innate characteristic of young Indians who challenge the status quo and set things right for the common good.
Veedol has launched a new campaign for its flagship brand Take-Off. Lowe Lintas Kolkata, the agency-on-record for Veedol, has conceived the advertising campaign. Take-Off specifically caters to 2-wheeler riders in the country.
According to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM)'s report for FY2018, the Indian two-wheeler industry has crossed the 20-million unit sales milestone for the first time - registering a growth of approximately 15 per cent over the previous financial year. The road ahead for the two-wheeler industry looks very exciting and promising. Riding on the fast-growing two-wheeler industry, Veedol's launch of a new campaign for Take-Off appears to be particularly opportune.
The campaign film focuses on the innate characteristic of young Indians who challenge the status quo and set things right for the common good. The narrative is woven around these purposeful youth of today who see themselves as agents of change, with the inherent power, confidence and intent to make a difference to the society as a whole. Positioning Veedol as a modern, youthful brand, 'For The Young Engines of India' acts not just as a new advertising slogan but celebrates India’s energetic youth who equitably represent the brand's values.
Commenting on the campaign, R N Ghosal, Managing Director, Tide Water Oil Co. (India) Ltd, said, “The campaign showcases Veedol’s full range of motorcycle and scooter engine oils in an upbeat, youthful ambience with an over-riding sense of purposeful action built into the narrative. This would go a long way in enhancing Veedol’s imagery, in step with several other brand interventions we have undertaken recently like the launch of the new international packaging. I believe that this campaign is an important milestone in positioning Veedol as a vibrant and youthful brand of choice for emerging consumers”.
Janmenjoy Mohanty, Regional President, Lowe Lintas, said, “While tuning into the larger India story, we were looking for a youth truth that would suitably reflect the current dynamic. Our search led us to the fact that young people are self-starters, who will not wait for things to happen, but effect change themselves. That is what makes them the ‘young engines’ of a fast-changing India. A belief we reflect in the new communication for Veedol.”
D K Guha, Executive Director, Lowe Lintas, added "Veedol’s new international packaging, as well as the introduction of high-performance oils, provided the perfect moment for launching the new campaign. Set against the backdrop of a young and restless India, the campaign captures the youthful energy and attitude of the millennials - the driving force behind the nation."
The campaign is being actively promoted online and offline.
Agency: Lowe Lintas
Creative: Janmenjoy Mohanty, Abhishek Deshwal, Surajit Chakraborty
Account Management: DK Guha, Subhabrata Roy, Nibedita Ghosh
Account Planning: Anurag Prasad, Punit Singh
Production: Finger Print Films
Director: Rajay Singh
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