'Jeans, Guitar & Tennis' Beattie McGuinness Bungay

1.6 3 Votes is launching an ad campaign to remind viewers that they can spend any money they save on their insurance on something more enjoyable.

The camapign has three differnt TV ads, the first shows a train announcer haunted by the guitar he could have bought if he'd saved, the second a woman who wishes she could have bought a new pair of jeans and the last a tennis racket.

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Released: 17 February 2010

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Campaign title
Jeans, Guitar & Tennis

Tom Bennett, marketing director,

Ian Heartfield

Art directors                    
Matt Doman

David Bain

TV producer                     
Natasha Elster

Media agency                   

Harold Einstein

Production company         
Station Films

The Mill

Audio post-production      


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