New TV, Radio and Print Ads Debut Nationwide in October
NEW YORK, Sept. 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswwire/ -- Using a mix of urban poetry, vivid animation, and even the perils of cell phone gossip, bold new TV, radio and print advertising created by New York agency Prime Access encourages urban teens to rethink their perception of smoking marijuana.
The advertisements mark the first time that messaging specifically directed to multicultural urban teens has been created for the White House's National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.
Founded in 1990, Prime Access is a pioneering New York agency specializing in URBAN MAJORITY(TM) advertising services that help Fortune 500 companies reach African American, Hispanic, gay, and urban youth audiences. Strong expertise in reaching today's ethnic fusion of urban teens is why Prime Access was chosen for the groundbreaking assignment.
Debuting nationwide on October 1st, the new executions include three television spots, two radio commercials, five print ads, and out-of-home media. According to Lorraine McNeill-Popper, V.P.-Executive Creative Director at Prime Access, the campaign also reaches a broad teen audience beyond the urban teen target through use of eclectic advertising styles, including live action and animation.
"Our goal is to subtly but effectively discourage teens from smoking marijuana," said McNeill-Popper. She added that extensive market research validated the ads' approach.
"We wanted these ads to capture the essence of the urban teen experience - the style, language, culture, and ideas that influence and motivate them," said McNeill-Popper. "This advertising speaks in the voice of urban teens and portrays real situations that challenge viewers to rethink the use of marijuana."
In the TV spot titled "Hu
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