Leo Burnett Bangkok with Thai Health Promotion Foundation Kung Fu their way into helping people fight against alcohol for happier, better life. Thai Health Promotion Foundation has been informing people on the negative effects of alcohol, knowing that, still people are consuming it, hence Leo Burnett chooses to convince people to quit drinking by showing them the positive outcome of quitting instead this time around. Gripping Thai people’s attention through their familiar form of entertainment, Leo Burnett comes up with a series of 2 light-hearted entertaining classic Chinese martial art themed online films, where the first film shows people how quitting drinking will only strengthen one’s self consciousness which eventually leads to better financial status and a happier, better life. Leading people to see that a key to success in life is to stay sober and have self awareness in daily life, while the second film aims to encourage and support people with information, giving out fun tricks and moves to help people be strong and fight against drinking in a form of an edutainment film.
Campaign summary : Thai Health Promotion Foundation, in collaboration with CJ WORX created the spoon is designed for people to ecognize the right amount of salt for cooking per meal. Most: Thai people consume double amount of salt comparing to the global standard. For this reason, 22 million people have been affected by critical illnesses due to high salt intake cause Thailand lost $3,208 Million for the cost of treatment. The idea, we created an easy way to recognize the right amount of salt for cooking per meal. Thai Health Promotion Foundation Presents LESSSALT, the spoon is designed for people to recognize the right amount of salt for cooking, which is 1/3 of a teaspoon per meal. (*Calculated from the amount of salt recommended by the WHO.) In order to help people recognize the right mount of salt when using a regular teaspoon
Film advertisement created by mInteraction, Thailand for Thai Health Promotion Foundation, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.