The O2: Wear The Rose Campaign Case Study
The O2 #WearTheRose campaign was a large scale multi-channel marketing campaign designed to generate national support for the England Rugby team throughout the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The goal was to get fans involved, making them as much a part of the campaign as England’s players.
In a world first, telecomm provider O2 handed over the roof of The O2 arena to England Rugby fans, enabling them to show their support for the team. Fans tweeted their support and in return received an image of their tweet in real time on one of London’s most iconic landmarks. #WearTheRose campaign was supported by video advertising across all digital channels and a live event attended by the England Rugby team and supported by Take That, a popular music group.
As a result of the campaign, 14,000-plus tweets were projected on the roof of The O2, generating 3.5 million organic impressions. The overall campaign delivered 21.4 million impressions, using #WearTheRose. This campaign was The O2’s most successful digital campaign.