Virgin Holidays says 'Unleash Your Mojo' to holidaymakers

Virgin Holidays is launching an integrated campaign called 'Unleash Your Mojo', which will target families and older holidaymakers and marks a change in direction for the brand.

Virgin Holidays is running two TV ads, one which will target "nifty fifties" and another which will target families.

The first ad shows how a holiday can bring harmony to a family and will break on Saturday May 4 during 'Britain’s Got Talent'. The second ad will break later in May.

In the first ad, a family is shown escaping from the pressures and tedium of daily life and highlights the activities on offer on a Virgin Holiday.

The ad closes with the revitalised family striding together as a unit in slow motion, ending with the line, 'You see, on a Virgin Holiday to Florida, you’re the stars….Virgin Holidays: Unleash Your Mojo.'

Both 40-second ads try to convey how a Virgin Holiday can help you ‘Unleash Your Mojo’.

The £2.5m campaign is running across TV, outdoor, online, social and below-the-line activity.

The supporting social campaign engaged the public via a Twitter ‘Mojovator’, which unlocks prizes once targets are reached for the number of tweets using ‘#mojo’.

The TV ad was created by M&C Saatchi, which won the account in August 2012. Lida created the below-the-line activity.

The new advertising replaces its 'Rock Star Service' marketing strategy.

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