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Trojan Case Study

Trojan is a thought leader on sexual health and part of that is educating on issues around sexual consent. They sought to spark important conversations in campus communities and used flytedesk to seed those conversations where students were most engaged.

Media Placement

College Newspapers

97 ads placed in 51 campuses

2,884,200

Total impressions

Target Audience

Included 25 states

The Impact

The campaign enjoyed overwhelming positive feedback and students expressed gratitude to Trojan for creating the space to have these important conversations. The creative content fit in with how the papers were approaching the issue and Trojan strengthened it’s position as a thought leader on sexual health on campus.

Trojan Consent ad ran in our “Campus Safety Week” edition, and the message of the ad coincided extremely well. The message really resonates with the student body.

The Argonaut, University of Idaho

Dr. Pepper Case Study

Dr. Pepper wanted to capitalize on the popularity of their featured character, Larry Culpepper, during Halloween. 330 Larry Culpepper costumes were distributed to 8 campuses nationwide. Plus we took out a full page of the college newspaper to generate excitement for the ‘real’ Larry Culpepper showing up at University of Wisconsin-Madison on game day.

Media Placement

330

Total costumes delivered

28,750 Impressions

At University of Wisconsin, Madison

The Impact

Dr. Pepper now has hundreds of loyal enthusiasts across the country and earned valuable national television time for a fraction of the cost. All 330 students volunteered to wear the costumes for free. Results included national TV spotlights during NCAA football games, features on ESPN.com and tweets by Bill Hancock, Executive Director of College Football Playoffs.

Ole Miss Football Game

University of Texas - Austin

SEC Country Website

We received the costumes today and had a good laugh. Other people including myself were disappointed there weren’t more!

Daily Emerald, University of Oregon