V Australia 4320 Tweets in 72 Hours

V Australia is quietly rolling out a campaign this week to fly three friends to Los Angeles to promote the city as Australia’s newest short-break destination. If the three competition winners successfully send 4,320 Tweets in 72 hours (that’s one Twitter per minute from the moment they land at LAX to the moment they depart) they’ll potentially set a Twittering World Record and win round-the-world tickets. The campaign, online at www.4320LA.com and twitter.com/4320LA, is designed to promote the airline’s flights to Los Angeles from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Twitter 4320 for V Australia


Entries are called for the three contestants, to be chosen on July 20. There’ll be a film crew following the 3 Twitterers, and their Twitter feeds, photos and video footage will be available at www.4320LA.com.

Twitter 4320 for V Australia

Credits

The V Australia team include general manager marketing Michelle Lee, manager retail and partnership marketing Michael Betteridge and retail marketing specialist Jodie Rich.

The 4320 Tweets campaign was developed at Droga5 Sydney by executive creative director David Nobay, planning director Sudeep Gohil, senior copywriter Ben Akers, art director Ben Smith, account director Liz Ainslie, account director Nicolas Kettelhake, head of digital Brett Mitchell, digital producer John McLean, print producer Jo Linden.

Digital production was developed by Future Buro (see their Twitter page) who worked with Droga5 on the Cannes-Cyber-Lion winning Right Music Wrongs for Virgin Music. Media was handled by Mitchells.

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