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  1. For the decade and a half, the 'Zoom-Zoom' tagline instantly conjures up Mazda. But there's one problem with it; everyone has their own interpretation of it. Mazda hopes to rectify it with the introduction a new marketing campaign in the U.S. with the tagline of 'Driving Matters'. "When we go into a focus group, we do a first opening statement. 'When I say Mazda, what do you think of?' Nine times out of 10 they say 'Zoom Zoom,'" he added, banging a table for emphasis. "Then I'll ask them to explain to me what 'Zoom Zoom' means, and I'll get 6 or 7 different answers. That's what Driving Matters is supposed to address. It's supposed to solidify what 'Zoom Zoom' means to people," aid Russell Wager, vice president of U.S. marketing at Mazda. Now Zoom-Zoom will not fully go away. The automaker plans to have 'Zoom-Zoom' in small print in some of the ads. The first ad, called 'A Drivers Life' which shows a man's life arc through various Mazdas - starting with the first MX-5 Miata and goes through Mazda's current lineup ending with new MX-5. Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required), Mazda Press Release is on Page 2 Page 1 of 2 1 2 → Last » Click here to view the article
  2. For the decade and a half, the 'Zoom-Zoom' tagline instantly conjures up Mazda. But there's one problem with it; everyone has their own interpretation of it. Mazda hopes to rectify it with the introduction a new marketing campaign in the U.S. with the tagline of 'Driving Matters'. "When we go into a focus group, we do a first opening statement. 'When I say Mazda, what do you think of?' Nine times out of 10 they say 'Zoom Zoom,'" he added, banging a table for emphasis. "Then I'll ask them to explain to me what 'Zoom Zoom' means, and I'll get 6 or 7 different answers. That's what Driving Matters is supposed to address. It's supposed to solidify what 'Zoom Zoom' means to people," aid Russell Wager, vice president of U.S. marketing at Mazda. Now Zoom-Zoom will not fully go away. The automaker plans to have 'Zoom-Zoom' in small print in some of the ads. The first ad, called 'A Drivers Life' which shows a man's life arc through various Mazdas - starting with the first MX-5 Miata and goes through Mazda's current lineup ending with new MX-5. Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required), Mazda Press Release is on Page 2 Mazda Launches All-New Advertising Campaign, “Driving Matters”New Campaign Communicates How the Joy of Driving Can Enhance Your Life IRVINE, Calif. (May 21, 2015) – The Oxford Dictionary defines “driving” as, “operating and controlling the direction and speed of a motor vehicle.” Mazda believes that driving is more than a definition. Driving is an experience that can enhance your life. To better illustrate how every Mazda vehicle embodies why “Driving Matters,” today Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) is rolling out a new advertising campaign. Driving Matters is an evolution of the Game Changers campaign. With Game Changers, Mazda succeeded in increasing consumer awareness of the functional attributes of our vehicles. Driving Matters will extend the message by creating an emotional connection to the brand. “Through the Driving Matters campaign, consumers will get a glimpse at why driving matters so much to Mazda and why we obsess over every detail in designing our cars,” said Russell Wager, vice president of marketing, MNAO. “Whether it’s for safety purposes or for maintaining our ‘fun to drive’ nature, it all comes down to the fact that driving matters to our customers and it matters to us.” Mazda’s all-new Driving Matters campaign will showcase various aspects of what makes the driving experience so important. Through Mazda’s advance technologies and design, the campaign will dive into the importance of vehicle safety, good-looks, fuel efficiency and the fun-to- drive personality of Mazda cars. The engineering and design that goes behind each car in Mazda’s lineup epitomizes the enhancement driving has on a person’s life. The campaign will launch with “A Driver’s Life,” which chronicles the major moments and life stages in a driver’s life, like getting a license and buying your first car, through raising a family and obtaining your “reward” car. The spot will feature multiple 2016 models but the aim is to celebrate driving and the core values of Mazda customers. The campaign will launch on Friday May 22nd in cinema and television with a mixture of a :60 and :30 second ads. It will be supported digitally and on our social channels. “Mazda makes cars for people who take pleasure in driving, and “Driving Matters” perfectly aligns with that philosophy. Through our creative process, it became evident that Mazda’s inspiration for pure driving enjoyment is something that relates to the typical car buyer,” said Harvey Marco, creative director, Garage Team Mazda. Mazda’s long-running Zoom-Zoom tagline will continue to be a part of the brand’s DNA. Since its inception in 2000, Zoom-Zoom has come to symbolize what a Mazda stands for – stylish, insightful and spirited – and the Driving Matters campaign will communicate the company’s core belief in the joy of driving and illustrate the emotional enhancement driving has on our lives in everyday situations. Mazda will deliver the new advertising message via in-cinema, television, print, out-of home and digital media.
  3. Cadillac Readies A New Ad Campaign

    William Maley Staff Writer - CheersandGears.com September 5, 2013 Cadillac is readying a new ad campaign for the fall that will portray the brand in a new light. AdAge reports that the new campaign will focus on American values, such as anyone can create their own destiny. The main theme of the campaign is "Work Hard. Be Lucky." This is a complete U-Turn from Cadillac's previous ad campaigns which featured the ATS attacking some of the famous roads around the world and Kate Walsh talking about certain models. As AdAge points out, Cadillac's recent campaigns haven't had a coherent theme. Cadillac is keeping quiet on whether the "Work Hard. Be Lucky" will be the tagline or not. "It could very easily end up being a line of copy along with other lines; we don't really know yet. It's an open question as to how dramatically it will be featured," said Cadillac Spokesman David Caldwell. We'll find out in a few weeks as the campaign begins to slowly roll out. Source: AdAge William Maley is a staff writer for Cheers & Gears. He can be reached at william.maley@cheersandgears.com or you can follow him on twitter at @realmudmonster.

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