Decathlon is launching its first-ever brand campaign in Singapore, with newly appointed creative partner Ogilvy and media agency Neo Media World. The campaign, which will run until the end of the year, spans video, social, digital, out-of-home, mobile gaming and events.
In an age of rules restricting activities of all kinds, including sports, the campaign encourages people to get out and "just have fun instead of worrying about restrictions, limitations and expectations", according to Ogilvy chief creative officer Nicolas Courant.
Clearly the brand is not encouraging actual rule-breaking when it comes to Covid restrictions, but rather encouraging people to get out and be active regardless of expectations about the right way to play various games.
As Hieu Pham Tran, Decathlon Singapore’s communications and marketing lead, puts it, “‘The first rule is play’ is an expression of our mission to make the pleasure and benefit of sports accessible to many, a unifier for everything we say and do, and our contribution to building a sports-loving culture in Singapore for many years to come.”
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