Lowe China Helps ANTA to Launch New Campaign “Run With Me” Posted on

Beginning April 2nd, Chinese ultra-marathon runner Chen Penbin attempts to break a Guinness World Record by finishing a marathon everyday for 100 days continuously from April 2nd to July 10th. This is also his way of showing support to Beijing bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics. “Challenge100”, a pair of specially designed running shoes by ANTA, the Chinese leading sportswear brand, will run with him.

ANTA also launched a new campaign “Run with Me” calling consumers to run with Chen Penbin. The campaign, created by Lowe China, includes TVC, online video, social communications and in store activations.

A three-minute “Run with Me” online video will be launched on v.qq.com, Letv and Youku. 15 second TVC will also be on air on CCTV, Chongqing TV and Guangdong TV. By telling Chen’s story of growing into a world famous ultra-marathon athlete from a village fisherman, ANTA tries to encourage consumers in tier 2-4 cities of China to run in ANTA footwear, and also to raise ANTA’S brand awareness in the running shoes market.

Lowe China also created several more 15-second TVCs to be broadcasted during Chen’s 100 day running later, to built the professional image of ANTA running shoes by highlighting their technology and functional features.

Major Zhu, Senior Director of ANTA Sports Products Limited commented, “ Chen Penbin used to be a village fisherman and now is a “grand slam” winner that competed all the top ultra-marathon events on all seven continents. His legendary story proves that running is the most simply sport of the world with no limits. Chen is an ANTA runner and you can also be one. Just put on you running shoes and run from today.”

Kitty Lun, Chairman /CEO of Lowe China said:“ ‘Run with Me’ is an integrated marketing campaign contains traditional advertising, digital communications and below –the-line activations. It Lowe China’s honor to work closely with ANATA, as the leading agency, to promote ANTA’s running products and boost its running culture. We are proud of our work and will ‘keep moving’ with ANTA. ”