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Specialolympics powerpoint
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Specialolympics powerpoint
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  • 1. Advertising Analysis Jessica Trunfio Naomi CabreraCourtney Robinson
  • 2. Background• Founded in 1968• Helps the disabled, encouraging physical activity• Competitive atmosphere• Eunice Kennedy Shriver was the founder
  • 3. “Different Abilities, Not Disabilities.”
  • 4. Target Market• Local, National and Worldwide event• Volunteers• Coaches• Athletes• Families
  • 5. Creative Strategies• Emotional Words /Dramatic Emotion – emotional connection to the event – influence the viewer to donate or get involved in the Special Olympics• Transfer technique – using pictures or the name of famous people instead of quotes
  • 6. Methods of Advertising• Pathos – persuade the viewer to get involved in the Special Olympics. – evokes a positive emotion from the viewer
  • 7. Rational• Create a world that fosters acceptance and people of all kind• Athletic competition with many different Olympic- type sports• Adults and children with disabilities
  • 8. Research Conducted• Special Olympics served 4,004,415 athletes worldwide• More than 306, 652 coaches supported the event• Organize 53,601 competitions• 257 million USD in cash revenue
  • 9. Outcome• Improved their attitudes• Eliminates discrimination• Pledging to eliminate the word “retard.”
  • 10. Success• Cultural sporting event that does more than spend a day with a person with a disability• Rewarding• Educational• Life changing

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