Davina 'Beyond Breaking Point' - Sport Relief 2014. Great comms campaigns I wish I'd done seminar, 18 June 2014
 

Davina 'Beyond Breaking Point' - Sport Relief 2014. Great comms campaigns I wish I'd done seminar, 18 June 2014

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Tom Pey, chief executive, RLSB ...

Tom Pey, chief executive, RLSB

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    Davina 'Beyond Breaking Point' - Sport Relief 2014. Great comms campaigns I wish I'd done seminar, 18 June 2014 Davina 'Beyond Breaking Point' - Sport Relief 2014. Great comms campaigns I wish I'd done seminar, 18 June 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Dr. Tom Pey, Chief Executive RLSB The campaign I wish I had thought of
    • • The challenge saw her run, swim and cycle over 500 miles from Edinburgh to London. • Started in Edinburgh on Saturday 8th February and finished in London on Friday 14th February 2014. • All profits raised from the challenge were donated to Sport Relief. Davina McCall: Beyond Breaking Point
    • • 24,000 swimmers and 100,000 runners took part around the country, raising a total of £6.5 million from Sainsbury sponsored challenges alone. • Davina herself raised over £2 million from completing the challenge. • Helped define Sport Relief as THE charity if someone wants to do sports related challenges. • Opens up marketing growth in the Fundraising challenge income market that has increased in strength and importance over the last ten years. How Sports Relief benefitted
    • • Moved her from a household name into a household hero • Changed peoples’ attitude from apathy to affinity because she allowed them to expose her vulnerability • QUESTION: Is there a point at which the Davina effect will spill over into other charities? How Davina McCall's brand benefitted
    • • The challenge changed her public profile and upped her worth for future use for Sport Relief. • Davina is now seen as a figure of inspiration and the face of extreme challenges. Redefining Davina as a hero rather than a celebrity
    • THANK YOU
    • Visit the CharityComms website to view slides from our past events, see what events we have coming up and to check out what else we do.  www.charitycomms.org.uk #commscampaigns