Gatwick Airport 'summer campaign' by Naked Communications

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Naked Communications has launched a radio campaign, as part of its first creative work for London Gatwick Airport since winning the business in May.

The integrated campaign, which runs across outdoor, press, radio and online media, looks to encourage people to do their shopping at the airport, instead of buying everything they need on the high street beforehand.

There are four radio executions which promote the parking at Gatwick Airport.

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Released: 21 July 2009

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Patricia Conway. Gatwick Marketing, Research, Business Insight and Airline Business. BAA and Sandrine Desbarbieux London Gatwick Airport, Marketing Development. BAA

To get people to think of Gatwick as a great place for shopping, not just a great place to fly from.

David Feldman

Art director 
Adam Fish

Planner (creative agency)
Will Colin

Media agency 

Media planner

Media spend

Barnaby Wishire / David Sykes

Photographer's agency

Retouching company
Jill Wooster


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