Working with the Golden Square in Warrington, we launched the ‘real Faces‘ campaign; showcasing the real Faces and personalities of Warrington business owners to encourage consumers to keep it local wherever possible.
- Outreach survey
- Social media campaign
- Press releases
- Billboard design
Ambitious real5 Digital founder, Andrew Hibbert, and Centre Director of Warrington’s very own Golden Square, Ian Cox, teamed up to put business owners at the forefront amidst the uncertain and worrying times that Covid-19 presented us with.
Our team at real5 Digital were asked to design & build the website www.real5faces.com. The user is able to browse the faces behind real business owners in Warrington and delve deeper by taking a look at the individual profiles and stories.
The unique profiles showcased the real, everyday people who are working hard to deliver services and products to the Warrington community. We also used social media to place the ‘real Faces’ of Warrington under their very own social spotlight and commissioned press releases in our local paper to further boost their online presence.
We didn’t stop there… Taking real Faces offline, we designed amazing billboards which were displayed around the Golden Square for everyone to see. Bringing our marketing campaign, and more importantly the real faces of Warrington, to life was the final piece of the puzzle. The influx of posts on social media and family photos with the billboards resulted in even more attention to the proudly displayed Warrington business owners – job well done!
Stacey has an unbelievable work ethic and not only is she super organised but also very talented at what she does. It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with Stacey over this last year, her honesty, her delivery and her commitment to simply getting it right is outstanding. If you are looking for a digital marketing agency, who listen and deliver, Stacey and her team would always be my first port of call. Highly recommend.