Drinkaware 'good times' by OgilvyOne

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OgilvyOne has launched an app called Good Times that allows users to track their friends' whereabouts on a map and gives tips on smarter ways to drink alcohol.

The app for the charity Drinkaware is part of a campaign to challenge the social acceptability of drunkenness among young adults. The app has been designed as a social media "scrapbook" for users to record their "good times".

They can also can link to Facebook to share their photos and messages. The campaign is supported by outdoor advertising, social media, digital display and a mobile site providing tips and advice for consumers.

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Released: 25 October 2011

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Private View: George Prest and Daryl Fielding

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This week featuring work from BBC, London 2012, Barnardo's, Clover, Drinkaware and Google.

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