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Do you pee under the shower?

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 7-05-2009 21:11 | Category: Environment



Do you pee under the shower?
According to the survey at the action website Xixi no Banho from fundação SOS Mata Atlântica 75% of the visitors do. And that’s good. Because when you do you save a lot of water.

Xixi no Banho is also the slogan for the event Viva a Mata which is in São Paulo 22-24 May.
The campaign’s goal is to save up to 4.380 thousand litres of water per year by stimulating people make a pee under the shower.


The video above is part of the campaign which also include printed media, radio spots, outdoor media and a very funny website.

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Xixi no Banho


Advertiser:
Fundação SOS Mata Atlântica
Agency:
F/Nazca S&S
Source:
Brainstorm




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Comments about Do you pee under the shower?

i don’t care who paid for the trip, including the expenses. But i care for using the tax payers to attend such a rediculouse campaign.
IN ORDER TO SAVE WATER, JUST DIG THE GROUND FOR A WELL.
IN TUNISIA, I MOST REGIONS, YOU FIND WATER BELOW 5 TO 10 METERS.
WE NEED REFINARIES TAX MONEY THIEFS.

Posted by Ridha | 14-05-2009 19:17



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