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Sherry Matthews Advocacy Marketing, the Texas-based agency that brought us Happy Hour Fail - a fantastic PSA in which a drunk driving arrest plays out over social media, is out with Faces of Drunk Driving. Faces of Drunk Driving features the stories of Sean Carter and Jacqui Saburido who were both severely injured by drunk drivers.
The site, which allows visitors to scroll through events, truly engages the viewer by drawing them into every aspect of each individual's tragedy from what their life wat like before injury to the details of the crash to the recovery process to how each individual emerged and forged ahead. Gripping and inspiring.
While Happy Hour Fail was more of a humorous look at the effects of drunk driving, Faces of Drunk Driving takes a harder look and digs deep into the after effects of a drunk driving event.
Speaking to us on behalf of the Carson J. Spencer Foundation, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Office of Suicide Prevention, the very manly Dr. Rich Mahogany aims to help men deal with life's curve balls with Mantherapy.
Sitting in his, ahem, mahogany-filled office, complete with buck head, trophies, diplomas, and leather-clad arm chair, Dr. Mahogany, who cleans his desk with a leave blower and warms his hands by stuffing them down his pants, explains men have a certain way of doing things. And when it comes to divorce, depression or suicidal thoughts, men should have a certain way to deal with these issues too.
This message from UK-based Refuge features YouTuber Lauren Luke, who normally posts instructional make up videos, teamed with BBH London to create a powerful anti-abuse message. In the video, we see Luke calmly instruct viewers how to apply make up to cover up after a "rough time." Subtle, but very powerful.
Here's a powerful message from TBWA/ChiatDay LA, Gatorade and the Women's Sports Foundation that aims to curb the number of girls that drop out of sports by age 14 due to societal pressures to become more feminine.
In addition to the video, a big part of the campaign was the social media component. Over the weekend, thousands of women changed their social media profile pictures
to photos of them as a 14 year old athlete... with the line "If I walked away then I wouldn't be here now."
Profesional female athletes like Billy Jean King, Serena Williams, Hope Solo and Abby Wambach all participaed in the campaign and changed their Facebook profile pictures.
Out to solve every ailment imaginable including trench mouth, lazy ear, infantile baldness, bulimic insomnia, facial tramp stamps and a host of other problems, Saturday Night Live alum Kevin Nealon reveals, after a minute of straight faced hilarity, that, yes, there are a lot of problems out there but there is one we can do something about; homeless pets.
It's a neuter, spay and adoption message from No-Kill Los Angeles and Kevin helpos put things in perspective. Well, sort of. Now we're a bit confused as to where we are going to put our cause group kindness this year. Thanks, Kevin.
Stand With Servicewomen, a coalition of retired military leaders and veterans, have launched a new ad campaign. The ads target a ban on servicewomen using their insurance to pay for abortion services if they become pregnant as the result of rape.
Today, the groups released a second ad, "Honor" featuring Lt. Gen. Robert Gard, a three-star general and 31-year Army veteran. In the 30-second spot, Lt. Gen Gard strongly advocates for lifting the ban on behalf of our nation's servicewomen saying, "Over 250,000 women have served our country with honor and courage in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet, our servicewomen are denied coverage for abortion even if they're raped. We have an obligation to provide military women with the care their service to our country demands. Women in the military deserve better care. Period."
A new United Way of Greater Milwaukee teen pregnancy prevention campaign from Serve Marketing recently launched which likens sexual predators to the rats and snakes they are. Print ads/posters feature teen girls, one with rats all over her, the other wrapped up in a snake.
The ads point to BabyCanWait, a site where families and young girls can learn more about positive, healthy relationships. Ad copy reads, "When an older man has sex with an underage girl, it's more than creepy. It's statutory rape. Learn how to encourage healthy relationships."
This goes to prove there's no end to the potential methods a don't drink and drive organization can convince people to, well, don't drink and drive. This one, from the Romanian Police, convinces late night revelers to use caution by freaking them out with a visit from death.
Well, not actual death but a representation of death in the form of Bocitoare, professional funeral criers who morn the dead. These Bocitoare were sent into the night to approach patrons leaving bars and chant a song about death.
The Center for Consumer Freedom, a group formed in 1995 with finacial backing from Philip Morris to lobby against smoking bans and food and beverage restrictions, placed an ad featuring New York Mayor Bloomberg dressed lik a Nanny lording over the city's skyline.
The ad, which carries the tagline, "New Yorkers need a Mayor, not a Nanny," opposes a ban proposed by Bloomberg which would make it illegal to serve sugary drinks larger than 16 oz. in size. The proposed ban is inline with Bloomberg's recent efforts to, it seems, make New Yorkers healthier.
Here's a PSA you might not want to watch during lunch. It calls attention to robotripping or the overuse of cough medicine, specifically the ingredient dexotromethorpan which can cause liver failure, cardiovascular effects and, well, nausea.