Award winning creative agency Courts Design celebrates the launch of the new ‘Top 10’ travel experiences campaign for international cruise operator Viking Cruises:
Viking Cruises offers destination-centric river and ocean cruising designed for experienced travellers with an interest in geography, culture and history. As the world’s leading river cruise line, the company has recently launched into ocean cruising with its second ocean cruise ship ‘Viking Sea’ christened on the River Thames this month.
Courts have worked with Viking for a number of years on a variety of engaging marketing campaigns, including the ‘Made for Trade’ campaign in 2015. This new ‘Top 10’ campaign focuses on the consumer side of the business and utilises both online and offline elements including an email campaign, a microsite and a direct mail element. The microsite has been promoted across social media and delivers an interactive web experience for visitors, allowing them to scroll through the various unmissable destinations.
The Managing Director at Viking Cruises UK said “We’ve worked with Courts for many years. Over that time they have always delivered great creative ideas. They understand our brand and have been able to help us move our design style forward. They always cope with the high volume of work we produce and never miss a deadline. All in all a great team and a pleasure to work with.”
Courts Design produce award-winning creative campaigns for clients all over the world. As a full service creative agency with over 30 years’ experience they listen, create and deliver integrated marketing campaigns for some of the largest and most unique companies, serving markets from pharmaceutical through to aerospace.
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