Using the codename 'Expedition 147' - Alfa Romeo dives to the lowest point on earth - 11000 meters below sea level - to promote the lowest price ever to be advertised for an Alfa Romeo.
To amplify the campaign message, Alfa litteraly went deep, really deep. To the lowest point on earth. During an extraordinary expedition a team of expert divers and fishers loaded a 2m" billboard into the almost 11 kilometer deep Mariana Trench near the Island of Guam in the Pacific Ocean. A stunt that would really underline the lowest price at the lowest point on earth. The team made a documentary of their adventure. The film is posted on YouTube.
Low, lower, lowest.
Alfa Romeo Belgium explains how the expedition got through: "a while ago we decided to put up a campaign for the 147-model. We wanted to re-introduce the car at the annual carfair in Brussels. The car would be advertised at the lowest price possible. Duval Guillaume answered our brief with an extra-ordinary brand momentum idea."
The result is a huge expedition recorded documentary style. A team of experts - including marine scientists, engineers, marketeers, directors and creatives - got on board of a fishing boat on to the spot where no bottom of oceans would reach that deep. The 11 kilometer deep Mariana Trench near the Island of Guam in the Pacific Ocean. Armed with lots of equipment - GPS, radar, computers and a heavy fishing crane used for sharkfishing - the team made the difficult drop...
Watch the complete expedition on www.expedition147.be.