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May
03

SCTI encourages travellers to ‘Free Your Adventure’ in new ad campaign

Thursday, 3 May 2018 by Campbell Gibson

Southern Cross Travel Insurance has launched a new trans-Tasman campaign encouraging people to think about their individual sense of adventure, rather than what may or may not happen to disrupt it.

Free Your Adventure - BushDeveloped by Auckland-based creative agency True with Sydney-based media agency Blue 449, “Free Your Adventure” will run in Australia and New Zealand, tapping into the spirit of exploration that Kiwis and Australians share.

Southern Cross Travel Insurance Chief Customer Officer Jo McCauley says some previous campaigns reminded travellers that they never know what disruptions may affect their journey, but a decision was made to step away from this.

“We want to move away from focusing on peril because travel enriches everyone, and we all have a different sense of what makes a holiday great,” she says.

“We want our customers to have a great time and Free Your Adventure is a distinctive way of communicating why we do what we do.

“Whether it’s sampling the tastes of Thailand, exploring historic sites in Europe or relaxing on a beach in the Pacific, customers can trust that we are there for them.”

Free Your Adventure was developed in response to insights that customers seek a professional, dependable and organised travel insurer, McCauley says.

“Southern Cross Travel Insurance is a long-standing and trusted brand,” she adds. “We retained our five-star Canstar Award for international travel insurance in New Zealand this year and also won gold in the Reader’s Digest Quality Service Awards in 2017.”

The campaign features a 15-second and 30-second TVC and will run on both sides of the Tasman. .

The 30-second TVC can be viewed here

 

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