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WeRoad: Missing Animals, 1

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Over the course of last week, Londoners may have spotted a flurry of lost animal posters for a missing alpaca, monkey, and reindeer across the capital. The strange case of exotic animals disappearing across London and other major European cities is the latest campaign from travel scale-up WeRoad, offering a discount code for its 2023 itineraries to those inquisitive enough to join the search for these animals via the posters’ QR code. Launching in key cities across France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK, unbranded posters from the campaign were shared far and wide by inquisitive adventurers across social media – from London to Paris, Milan to Madrid. In London alone, posters were snapped and shared from Camden, Shoreditch, Notting Hill, Clapham, Covent Garden, London Bridge and Dalston. The unbranded posters calling for help finding Jeremy the alpaca, Mike the monkey and Rupert the reindeer drove those curious enough to scan the QR code to the WeRoad site, highlighting upcoming 2023 itineraries where these curious critters can be found on WeRoad’s real world trips. The initiative, dubbed ‘Missing Animals’, is the latest global guerrilla marketing campaign from WeRoad to launch the solo travel expert brand’s new digital promotion offering adventurers from 16th January discounts of up to £200 off travel with WeRoad on selected trips from May 2023. Born in Italy in 2017, WeRoad is now available in five markets including Spain, UK, Germany, and France, and has already brought over 60,000 travellers to more than 190 destinations worldwide. ‘Missing Animals’ is the latest in a string of global guerrilla marketing campaigns WeRoad has launched, which has included everything from paper planes flown in co-working spaces across all its markets to satirical political ads during the Italian elections. The campaign generated 20,000 landing page visits and resulted in hundreds of social media shares containing the mention of WeRoad's accounts in all countries.
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Head of Global Brand: Margherita Galluzzo

CMO: Fabio Bin

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