Chevrolet Partners with Dailybreak for ‘Home for the Holidays’
BOSTON (November 28, 2012) – Dailybreak, the digital launchpad for products, campaigns and contests, tailored to drive rapid participation at scale, today announced a partnership with Chevrolet for a “Home for the Holidays” campaign. Through Dailybreak’s unique Challenge engagement unit, Chevy is giving a holiday gift of a brand new Cruze, Sonic, or Spark to one winner so they can spend more time throughout the year at home with those who matter the most.
To be entered to win, users sign-up and enter the Challenge at Dailybreak.com/Chevy. Once inside the Challenge, users will walk through a fun, educational, and entertaining experience designed to deliver user-generated content and earned media. The experience includes holiday and winter driving trivia and a personalized holiday photo postcard.
Users will create the photo postcard by uploading a photo and writing a short story relating the photo to a new Chevy. Users will then share the postcard through their social networks and ask family and friends to vote. The winner will be selected based on a combination of votes and creativity.
Chevy’s commitment to marketing innovation and great user experience has resulted in award-winning campaigns and outstanding results. The company’s focus on content marketing and engagement marketing led to a partnership with Dailybreak, and the “Home for the Holidays” campaign is Chevy’s third with Dailybreak to date. Previous campaigns delivered engaging experiences and user-generated content around Sonic and Spark vehicles.
“We are proud to launch this special holiday campaign with such a forward thinking brand, giving away an awesome car to one lucky Dailybreak user, ” said John Federman, Dailybreak’s CEO. “Chevy is a wonderful and truly innovative partner, and we look forward to exceeding their goals by motivating consumers to take action on their behalf.”
“Our goal is to increase awareness of our small cars, Cruze, Sonic and Spark, and cultivate a relationship with potential buyers – both digitally and in real life,” said Carolin Probst-Iyer, Digital Manager at Chevrolet. “Chevrolet thrives on providing real-life experiences in our vehicles and Dailybreak really understands the relationship with fun gameplay and user-generated content. Together, it’s really a great partnership to help reach a new customer.”
The Dailybreak behavioral platform is the digital launchpad for products, campaigns and contests, tailored to drive rapid participation at scale. Dailybreak’s innovative content advertising units, called Challenges, are consumer-initiated experiences that incent people to engage with and share a brand’s message. With a network of more than 10 million consumers, Dailybreak provides unique advertising solutions with highly relevant targeting, engaging content and guaranteed results to some of the world’s leading brands including McDonald’s, Anheuser-Busch, Dunkin’ Donuts, Microsoft and Chevrolet. Dailybreak is based in Boston, MA and is backed by Highland Capital, Charles River Ventures and GSV Capital. For more information, visit www.dailybreak.com/advertising.
Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now one of the world’s largest car brands, doing business in more than 140 countries and selling more than 4 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature spirited performance, expressive design and high quality. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at www.chevrolet.com.
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