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Charlotte Building 17 Gresse Street
London W1T 1QL
Reino Unido
Telefone: 020 7462 8500
Email:

Johnny Hornby

Johnny Hornby

Founding Partner & CEO

Telefone: 020 7462 8601

Sarah Golding

Sarah Golding

Partner

Telefone: +44 (0)207 462 8519

Nick Howarth

Nick Howarth

Partner

Telefone: 020 7079 9745

Christian  Hinchcliffe

Christian Hinchcliffe

Partner | Chief Marketing Officer | Global

Telefone: 02070799845

Jess Burley

Jess Burley

Partner
Neil Goodlad

Neil Goodlad

Partner

Telefone: 020 7462 8515

Caroline Frith

Caroline Frith

Growth & Marketing

Telefone: 020 7462 8520


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Competências Essenciais: Publicidade/serviço completo/integração, Digital, Social Media Marketing, Serviços de marketing, Marketing direto/Telemarketing/ Database marketing/CRM, Compra e planeamento de media, Eventos/patrocínio, Marcas/desenvolvimento de produto, Embalagem/design, Planeamento estratégico

Fundada em: 2001

Empregados: 1800

Prêmios: 367

Trabalho Criativo: 258

Clientes: 24

Competências Essenciais: Publicidade/serviço completo/integração, Digital, Social Media Marketing, Serviços de marketing, Marketing direto/Telemarketing/ Database marketing/CRM, Compra e planeamento de media, Eventos/patrocínio, Marcas/desenvolvimento de produto, Embalagem/design, Planeamento estratégico

Fundada em: 2001

Empregados: 1800

Prêmios: 367

Trabalho Criativo: 258

Clientes: 24

T&Pm

Charlotte Building 17 Gresse Street
London W1T 1QL
Reino Unido
Telefone: 020 7462 8500
Email:
Johnny Hornby

Johnny Hornby

Founding Partner & CEO

Telefone: 020 7462 8601

Sarah Golding

Sarah Golding

Partner

Telefone: +44 (0)207 462 8519

Nick Howarth

Nick Howarth

Partner

Telefone: 020 7079 9745

Christian  Hinchcliffe

Christian Hinchcliffe

Partner | Chief Marketing Officer | Global

Telefone: 02070799845

Jess Burley

Jess Burley

Partner
Neil Goodlad

Neil Goodlad

Partner

Telefone: 020 7462 8515

Caroline Frith

Caroline Frith

Growth & Marketing

Telefone: 020 7462 8520

Lexus and T&Pm launch new tennis partnerships with ‘Rise To It’ campaign

 

A love letter to tennis. That’s what sports partnerships really are. Just a brand, standing in front of a sport
and its fans saying, ‘I love you’. As fellow fans, we aim to show up authentically, not just stick our badge
on it and risk obscuring the view so that was our starting point for Lexus’ exciting new tennis partnerships
with Sky Sports Tennis, LTA and ATP tour - honour the game, honour the fans. With a new wave of
talented players redefining tennis and its perceptions through hard work and pure passion, Lexus shares
many of the same principles for what it takes to get to the top of your game. In order to succeed, you
must… Rise To It.

This new campaign highlights the parallels of Lexus innovation and pro tennis - to improve we must move
forwards, as well as upwards. Around the world, tennis players come from diverse beginnings, learning to
master every season on all kinds of courts, to rise through the ranks. Just as Lexus are constantly
innovating to ensure their drive is the best it can be.

It’s this thinking that gave birth to the Rise To It launch film. Created for Lexus UK, by T&Pm, directed by
Lovesong’s award winning tour de force, Elliot Power, partnering with Oscar nominated cinematographer,
Lucazs Zal, to frame the action. Getting ATP points takes grit, focus, talent and determination - as well as
a lot of support. As our player serves the match point he looks back on where it started. From the first hint
of talent as a baby with a sure grip, rising to a child with a love for the sport, rising to a teenager playing in
all seasons on every court, rising to an adult alone on an ATP court serving to win. Through the rises we
see his mother, Lexus, the coaches and eventually the fans that transport him to where he is now. It's all
to play for. It's time to Rise To It.

Lexus Brand Strategy Lead, Mat Thomas: To continue accelerating our annual volume growth we
recognise the importance of building brand salience, and tennis sponsorship gives us a huge opportunity
to reach large audiences in the UK. To amplify our partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association and
Sky’s new Tennis channel, our goal was to develop distinctive, right-brained, emotional creative that didn’t
succumb to the more traditional elements of automotive advertising. The route performed brilliantly in
pre-testing and we’re delighted with the end result, which I think demonstrates the brands passion for the
sport and commitment to the respective partnerships.

Group Creative Director, Frances Draskau: What impresses me most about tennis is the mental resilience
required for the gladiatorial finals. As the colosseum of the stands surround the players, to rise to the top
they must stand alone, distilling every skill they’ve ever learned into sporting excellence. Maintaining
singular focus to rise to greatness is part of Lexus’ brand values and is stitched into every car with the ‘L’
logo on it.

We’ve intentionally balanced the player, the parent, the coach and the crowd in our Rise To It launch film,
heroing each role that makes the sport what it is, and featured every court surface players must master at
ATP level, the way Lexus cars must also excel on every driving surface.

Partnering with Lovesong director, Elliott Power, his soulful storytelling beautifully lifts us through the gritty
rise of a tennis player’s ascension to ATP level. We’re thrilled to launch Lexus’ tennis sponsorships with
Rise To It and will be striving to make tennis a more inclusive space with the ongoing LTA partnership
reaching the next generation of players and fans.

The partnership with Sky sports spans the next 2 years, with full 60” spot plans to run in cinema in the
future, as well as online; 30” looks to be running on TV and VOD over the summer, with bespoke 15” and
5” idents created especially for Sky Sports Tennis channel sandwiching the action with seamless, rising
shot storytelling - live from 11th May.

The Rise To It campaign will be the flagship platform for Lexus UK’s tennis ventures and progress with
further activity planned over the next two years.