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,Can we inspire teens to choose to do something with the same methodology
that convinces them not to do something? For example, does the same
decision-making process lead to teens buying $15 Starbury One basketball
shoes and to not buying the designer $130 Nike Zoom Kobe I sneakers? Is there
a common denominator in how teens choose to start smoking cigarettes and how
they choose not to? Can we as marketers reach them at the pivotal
decision-making moment to inspire desired behavior? Denver-based Cactus
Marketing Communications thinks they have uncovered the simple truth about
effectively altering teen behaviors by redefining empowerment as a marketing
strategy.I.BackgroundYouth empowerment has been defined as an attitudinal,
structural and cultural process whereby young people gain the ability,
authority and agency to make decisions and implement change in their own lives
and the lives of other people, including youth and adults.Over the past
decade, the word empowerment has become a buzzword in business and youth
development, but the word has different meanings for different people.
According to the Journal of Extension, "empowering teens" refers to a process
through which adults begin to share responsibility and power with young
people... It is the same idea as teaching young people the rules of the
game...Youth development professionals are helping young people develop
non-academic competencies that will help them to participate in the game of
life.Traditionally, most campaigns that employ youth empowerment as a
strategy actually encourage social movements through advocacy and activism.
They encourage teens to speak out for causes and to rally other teens to join
them in activism. This notion has been particularly popular with youth
development campaigns such as 4-H and public health campaigns such as tobacco
control. Another popular example that demonstrates this notion is Rock the
Vote, which encourages young adults to serve as brand ambassadors and
activists to encourage other young adults to vote.II.Redefining
EmpowermentIn the fall of 2006, Denver-based Cactus Marketing Communications
launched a campaign called Own Your C that is redefining empowerment as we
know it. Rather than encouraging a public advocacy or activism in their
communities, Own Your C aspires to encourage teens to make positive choices
to implement change in their own lives.Commissioned by the Colorado State
Tobacco Education & Prevention Partnership (STEPP), Own Your C is a
tobacco prevention and cessation educational campaign targeting Colorado
youth ages 12 to 18. Over the past year, Cactus and STEPP have worked hand
in hand to produce an integrated marketing campaign with the goal of reducing
tobacco use among teens. The following is a summary on the insights gained
into the complex world of teens and how those insights led Cactus to redefine
empowerment as a marketing strategy with the Own Your C educational
campaign.A.Problem:1.National tobacco trends:- According to the Centers for
Disease Control, a survey released in July 2006 claimed that a decade-long
decline in youth smoking has halted among high school students.,- Ninety
percent of adult smokers started smoking by the age of 18.,- Camel's No.9,
a new offering that The New York Times called "dressed to the nines," employs
fashionable marketing techniques that appeal to young women - from ad
placements in fashion bibles like Vogue and Glamour and its name's haunting
coincidence to the perfume, Chanel No. 21, and the song, "Love Potion No.
9". Flavored cigarettes, including Kauai Kolada, Twista Lime and Mandarin
Mint, also appeal to teens.,2.Colorado is on center stage in the nation's
battle against tobacco:- Decreases in tobacco use rates among Colorado youth
have become stagnant in recent years.,- The tobacco industry spent $217
million on marketing to youth in 2005, this is more than 200 percent of the
funding the state has to combat their efforts.,- Tobacco companies spend $4
million marketing to Coloradoans every week.,- Colorado is often selected
to test market new tobacco products.B.Insight:A variety of research methods
were employed in order to understand the complex and ever-changing world of
teens, both tobacco and non-tobacco related. The goal was to find a message
is universally relevant and important among teens of all ages, ethnicities,
genders, income levels and geographic locations.1)Anti-tobacco campaign
effectivenessThrough secondary research, Cactus and their research arm,
Market Perceptions, Inc., set out to discover whether or not other public
education campaigns to-date have been successful in reducing teen smoking
levels. What they discovered is that there is a precedent for success with
advertising in regards to reducing teen smoking levels.One study published
in 2005 measured students in 75 major media markets with varying levels of
state-sponsored anti-tobacco TV ads and found that students from markets with
higher advertising levels were significantly less likely to have smoked in
the past 30 days, more likely to perceive great harm from smoking and more
likely to report they would not be smoking in five years' time. Additionally,
a study measuring the effectiveness of the national "truth" campaign reported
that 22 percent of the nation's overall youth smoking decline between 1999
and 2002 could directly be attributed to the campaign.While the
counter-industry theme (anti-Big Tobacco) has been proven successful in the
past and once tested positively in the late 1990's and early 2000's, more
recent studies have shown that due to the proliferation of it as a strategy
(nearly two-thirds of all state campaigns use counter-industry), it's
yielding diminishing returns. A study published in 2006 by the American
Journal of Public Health reported that counter-industry ads did not
significantly enhance anti-industry motivation or lower smoking
intent.Studies have found that ads graphically portraying the effects of
living or suffering from the afflictions of tobacco use (as opposed to dying
from) rank high in getting youth to "stop and think" about tobacco use.
Researchers caution against using messages that inflict fear, which have
several limitations, and trigger disgust, which some believe to be the single
most effective strategy in reducing teen smoking. Ads that employ fear tactics
are more likely to be rebelled against, don't break through teens'
invincibility barrier, and potentially only enhance the idea of tobacco as
the "forbidden fruit," whereas disgust motivates action and corresponds with
a lower intent to smoke.2)Communicating with teensWhen conducting a marketing
campaign aimed at teens, it's not only important to communicate the right
messages to them, but to communicate in the right ways with them. Teens are
leading the technology-driven, new media movement, spending more time with
computers, the Internet, hand held devices, MP3 players, cell phones,
etc.While talking on the phone is still the preferred communication method
of choice (when not hanging out in person), teens' communication patterns
go hand in hand with their increased use of new media, with online forums
(Instant Message, social networks, etc.) growing in popularity and changing
the dynamics of relationships.After the phone, teens report Instant Message
(IM) as their second choice for communicating with friends. IM breaks down
traditional communication barriers, lowering inhibitions and allowing them
to say things they wouldn't say in person. The same is true of social networks,
where a majority of teens build detailed and in-depth profiles for the entire
world to see. Their profiles allow them to project an image of how they want
to be seen, rather than their true identity. Their profiles also allow them
to build a large network of friends, seeking out like-minded teens with
similar interests, regardless of geographic locations. Teens more than any
other generation, are widely connected to each other through this virtual
community.In addition to identifying and prioritizing the proper
communication vehicles, Cactus and Market Perceptions sought to better
understand what brands are effectively communicating their messages to teens.
Through the mass clutter of brands today, they wanted to understand not
necessarily which brands are "in" versus "out", as that is constantly evolving
with this fickle audience, but what makes a brand relevant, albeit just
briefly, in the minds of teens today.Overwhelmingly, brand theorists point
out that a brand is no longer a badge of quality or insurance of a safe choice
as it is with older generations, however, it is a means to define themselves,
to express who they feel they are or want to be outwardly to their peers,
family, strangers, etc. It is an interesting juxtaposition of self-expression
while at the same time enhancing connectedness to other like-minded teens.A
recent global brand study showed that several U.S. brands are losing favor
with teens to more innovative, international brands. Experts argue that the
brands losing on teen relevance are those that try to impose images on teens,
rather than reflecting teens' perceptions of themselves. One particularly
successful campaign that resonated with youth is the Adidas "Impossible is
Nothing" campaign, which spoke to teens optimism and connectedness.Overall,
teens are aware of marketing and "hip to the hype" and they need to feel in
control and that they are discovering brands on their own. Teens need to feel
as if they are a part of the brand story.3)Teen decision-makingWhile secondary
research provided an understanding of tobacco usage among teens, Cactus still
needed to understand the decision-making dynamic surrounding teen tobacco
use, especially when the decision is not to smoke. There was need to understand
teenagers in terms of how they see tobacco within the context of their
experience of being a teenager.Therefore, Cactus and Market Perceptions
conducted primary research with the explicit goal of enhancing their
understanding of teens through a novel approach that would reveal more about
the decision-making dynamics from a teen's perspective. Recognizing that
developments in computer technology have transformed the ways in which youth
communicate and interact, Market Perceptions built a virtual research space,.
This site became the center around which continuous online interaction
afforded insight to uncover these truths.The methodology for primary research
included Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis and ethnographic
components. After spending two months with teenagers, watching their behavior
and interacting with them, Cactus learned that teen decision-making around
tobacco requires a broader perspective beyond the topic of tobacco. The
research uncovered the simple truth that tobacco use, or the avoidance of
tobacco use, stems from a dynamic that lies at the root of many challenges
that teens experience. They are making a transition from doing what others
want them to do toward doing what they want to do - and they are learning
to make choices along the way.What Cactus revealed is that there are two ways
in which teens become non-smokers.One way looks very much like the decision
to smoke. They don't smoke because someone doesn't want them to smoke. For
these teens, we must tell them not to smoke, understanding that we are
competing with others who are telling them to smoke.The other way is a choice.
These teens choose not to smoke. Recognizing that these teens are different
from their reactionary peers is important in two respects. First, the ability
for teens to make decisions for themselves remains a critical element of
resistance to pro-tobacco advertising. These teens crave the control to make
choices and be accountable for those choices. Second, making choices creates
a demand for information.The implications of this research, therefore, are
clear. There are two segments within the teen population. One segment requires
a simple message - "Don't smoke!" The other segment requires a very different
message - "Own your choices." While membership in these segments is not
static, the movement is generally from the first to the second. As teens learn
and grow, they all begin to own their choices. Unfortunately, this means that
the message "Don't smoke!" will have less impact as they do so, and will
undermine their ability to see smoking as a bad choice as they make the
transition.4)Key findingsThe research can be boiled down into the following
key findings:- Teens desire to be in control of their lives.- Teens are
pack-oriented and experience self-inflicted pressure to belong.- Teens
understand the choices they make today impact their future but, in the moment
of decision, they often ignore this and act impulsively without thinking about
the consequences of their actions.- Teens are concerned with their future,
but their notion of future often goes no further than getting into or
graduating from college.- Teens are surrounded by negative messages and want
to see things that reflect their optimism.- Teens have high aspirations and
respect brands that reflect this idealized version of
themselves.C.Solution:Armed with meaningful research, Cactus and STEPP
determined that a successful strategy for the commissioned public education
campaign would recognize youth's desire to make choices as part of making
the transition to adulthood and empower them to seek out information and take
responsibility for the outcomes of those choices. Doing this, Cactus
redefined empowerment as it had been defined by previous social marketing
campaigns. Rather than encouraging advocacy and activism, this campaign
encourages teens to make positive choices to implement change in their own
lives. This empowerment strategy executed via effective vehicles of
communication yielded a powerful and impactful youth tobacco prevention and
cessation campaign coined "Own Your C" (Own Your Choices)."Choice" was
selected as a message because it is universal to all youth, regardless of
gender, geographic location, ethnicity, sexual orientation, income or age.
Choice is relevant to all teens since it connects to them on an emotional
level. While youth are impulsive by nature, they demonstrate that they are
receptive to messages that provide perspective and empower them. Own Your
C was developed as the brand because it embodies the empowerment strategy
and choice message. A common vernacular among young adults, "own it" means
to step up and take accountability for your actions.To breakthrough the
advertising clutter in a teen's world, Cactus had to create a bona fide youth
relevant brand, not just another public health campaign. The Own Your C brand
has to compete for attention not just against other public health messages,
but against other youth brands so campaign elements were designed to fit
within the current fashions and trends of the youth culture. A fully
integrated communications strategy was developed with the experiential Web
site as the hub. Tactics include irreverent television spots, a street team,
events, cessation tools, mobile marketing, online advertising, and tapping
social networks.The site engages teens in education and conversation on the
topic of choice-making as it relates to tobacco. Divided into three main
sections of a virtual town called C-Ville, the site include a 'Park area to
aid teens in the choices that impact their lives; a 'Downtown' area where
teens can be immersed in the Own Your C brand through TV spots, contests and
downloads of art, music and ringtones; and a 'Drive-in' area where teens can
learn and discuss the impacts of using tobacco.TV Spots. The television
campaign is a series of three television spots that drive home the message
that choices define you. "Cecil the Seal" is a tongue-in-cheek play on
government-sponsored public service campaigns and introduces the campaign
concept: C is for Choice. "Haunting C", based on a thriller suspense movie,
reminds teens their choices may come back to haunt them. And "Omnipoteen"
centers on a teen superhero who has the power to choose and the consequences
associated with his choice. These PSAs are designed to appeal to teens and
create a buzz, while driving them to visit .C-Ride. A branded ice cream truck,
the C-Ride serves as a "C" brand ambassador, building buzz and generating
excitement at youth-oriented events statewide. The truck features a back-lit
chrome "C" hood ornament, airbag suspension and custom rims, custom lighting
and sound, and a freezer for distributing ice cream and treats. Cactus
commissioned an artist from the U.K. popular for his offbeat character
illustrations to design the truck's exterior. Equipped with a street team,
the C-Ride extends the brand to urban, rural and mountain communities and
serves as a distribution point for tobacco cessation materials.Promotional
Items. Cactus commissioned artists from around the world to express what
"owning your C" means to them. Choice-inspired designs from artists in
Thailand, the U.K. and the U.S. have been parlayed into t-shirts, winter hats,
stickers and magnets, which are distributed by the C-Ride street team.Quit
Kits. Cactus created discreet quit kits for teens to quit smoking or chew
tobacco. The kits are encased in anonymous encyclopedia covers with hollowed
interior space to store a quit journal, gum, stress balls and
alternative-to-tobacco mint snuff pouches.D.Preliminary resultsSince Own
Your C launched in the fall of 2006, it has been acclaimed as a relevant youth
brand and has created tremendous buzz among the advertising, design and
interactive communities. has been heralded as one of the world's top Web
sites targeting youth and has competed for industry awards in the company
of Nickelodeon, Curious George, Gillette, Adidas, Altoids and Nike, to name
a few. The site has been honored with recent accolades including:2007 The
Webby Awards Winner in Youth category2007 The One Show Merit Award in
Non-profit category2007 South by Southwest Web Awards "Best in Show"2007
South by Southwest Web Awards "Gold" in the Business: Green/Non-Profit
category2006 Favourite Web Site Awards "Site of the Year" third
placeSeptember 2006 "Site of the Month"January 2007 CommArts "Site of the
Week"According to ad industry blogs:"Denver agencies Cactus and AgencyNet
have created a visually stunning, bang on strategy online campaign for the
state of Colorado... But marketing the value of choices is a strange thing
I hear you say? Well, it's a not so thinly guised push at educating teens
about the health effects of tobacco. Its completely non-preachy form of
communication is refreshing and the perfect tone for speaking to teens." -
Tait Ischia, marketing student, Australia"OwnYourC takes a form conducive
to internet-saavy teen visitors-an interactive world, full of animation,
green-screen video, 3D characters, stop motion animation, sounds, etc. The
campaign conveys this message artfully throughout the site, and the site
creators are starting to see that kids are 'becoming the voice to extend the
campaign.'" - Josh Spear, trendspotter, writer, designer, Denver.What's more
important, the campaign has been well-received by Colorado teens. The Own
Your C street team has visited 115 schools in 40 counties since December 2006.
The Web site has had over 310,000 unique visitors since the campaign launched
last fall and it has nearly 7,000 C-Ville "citizens," or registered site
members, that receive updates on events, contest information and monthly
newsletter.It seems that Colorado youth have responded positively to the
campaign message. They appreciate that Own Your C empowers them to make smart
choices and does it without preaching or talking down to them. They also seem
to like that this campaign doesn't solely focus on tobacco use, but rather
overall positive decision-making for the game of life. According to Colorado
teens:"I think that this a really cool, fresh way to get kids to relieve how
their decisions effect their future.""Thank you for not lecturing me on
information that I know about tobacco already.""I'm amazed that someone came
out to our school to talk about positive choices.""I've made a lot of bad
choices without thinking of the repercussions, and the outcome. I think that
I will start making better choices from here on out!"The C-ride program has
also been lauded by Colorado schools. The branded ice cream truck and the
C-ride street team have visited 120 counties in 40 counties, traveling over
8,700 miles since December 2006. On the road, the street team has distributed
thousands of t-shirts, hats, stickers and magnets to teens across the state.
Additionally tobacco quit kits and posters were distributed to local
community health agencies and about 1,000 urban and rural middle and high
schools in Colorado. Feedback from students, teachers and other anti-tobacco
organizations has been positive.What's next for Own Your C? The campaign has
national potential for expansion. Five state health agencies from across the
nation have expressed interest in bringing the youth empowerment campaign
to their states. The State of Colorado is currently taking requests from other
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middle and high schools in Colorado,""I'm amazed that someone came out to
our school to talk about positive choices, matching the individual
requirements, family, in the moment of decision, stress balls and
alternative-to-tobacco mint snuff pouches, The campaign conveys this message
artfully throughout the site, I think that I will start making better choices
from here on out, stickers and magnets to teens across the state. Researchers
caution against using messages that inflict fear, Inc,Insurance brokers
conduct interviews with their prospective clients to analyze their
requirements, Cactus created discreet quit kits for teens to quit smoking
or chew tobacco, Cactus and their research arm,What's next for Own Your C,
Recognizing that developments in computer technology have transformed the
ways in which youth communicate and interact, These PSAs are designed to
appeal to teens and create a buzz, Their profiles also allow them to build
a large network of friends. Denver-based Cactus Marketing Communications
thinks they have uncovered the simple truth about effectively altering teen
behaviors by redefining empowerment as a marketing strategy, teens report
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They encourage teens to speak out for causes and to rally other teens to join
them in activism. ethnicities. Term life insurance has budget-friendly
options. based on a thriller suspense movie," - Tait Ischia. rather than
reflecting teens' perceptions of themselves,- Colorado is often selected to
test market new tobacco products. the ability for teens to make decisions
for themselves remains a critical element of resistance to pro-tobacco
advertising, It is the same idea as teaching young people the rules of the
game, They are making a transition from doing what others want them to do
toward doing what they want to do - and they are learning to make choices
along the way, events, and provides protection to your beneficiaries over
the course of your life. and your family's financial security."Choice" was
selected as a message because it is universal to all youth. it's not only
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perspective beyond the topic of tobacco.

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often ignore this and act impulsively without thinking about the consequences
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to their peers, 3D characters, According to Colorado teens:"I think that this
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U,Overwhelmingly.- Tobacco companies spend $4 million marketing to
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interactive world, The agents suggest the appropriate policy that would cover
the specific requirements of the client. The Web site has had over 310, mobile
marketing, building buzz and generating excitement at youth-oriented events
statewide. and a 'Drive-in' area where teens can learn and discuss the impacts
of using tobacco, understanding that we are competing with others who are
telling them to smoke. These brokers are also known as insurance agents.

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ad placements in fashion bibles like Vogue and Glamour and its name's haunting
coincidence to the perfume, Term life insurance is the simplest and purest
form of life insurance, Cactus and Market Perceptions sought to better
understand what brands are effectively communicating their messages to
teens,The other way is a choice,2)Communicating with teensWhen conducting
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that a decade-long decline in youth smoking has halted among high school
students,- Teens have high aspirations and respect brands that reflect this
idealized version of themselves.Overall. hats, strangers, which is very low
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these brokers.Life insurance is a special contract whereby a certain
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term of his life, which encourages young adults to serve as brand ambassadors
and activists to encourage other young adults to vote, including life
insurance policies,"The C-ride program has also been lauded by Colorado
schools, a new offering that The New York Times called "dressed to the nines,
a 'Downtown' area where teens can be immersed in the Own Your C brand through
TV spots, rates and the benefits associated with the policy,TV Spots, The
campaign has national potential for expansion, especially when you're young,
Their profiles allow them to project an image of how they want to be seen,
cessation tools, but against other youth brands so campaign elements were
designed to fit within the current fashions and trends of the youth culture,
brand theorists point out that a brand is no longer a badge of quality or
insurance of a safe choice as it is with older generations. This site became
the center around which continuous online interaction afforded insight to
uncover these truths.To breakthrough the advertising clutter in a teen's
world, stop motion animation, and in return his family gets compensated upon
his death, They represent various insurance companies, Through the mass
clutter of brands today, The research uncovered the simple truth that tobacco
use. where a majority of teens build detailed and in-depth profiles for the
entire world to see, Cactus and Market Perceptions conducted primary research
with the explicit goal of enhancing their understanding of teens through a
novel approach that would reveal more about the decision-making dynamics from
a teen's perspective. They also explain in detail,Problem:1, we must tell
them not to smoke. First, but the word has different meanings for different
people.

 not just another public health campaign, an insured person has to pay a
monthly premium, You should look for a life insurance plan which can protect
your assets, sexual orientation, and the song, Additionally tobacco quit kits
and posters were distributed to local community health agencies and about
1, income or age. The Own Your C brand has to compete for attention not just
against other public health messages, the Internet, A study published in 2006
by the American Journal of Public Health reported that counter-industry ads
did not significantly enhance anti-industry motivation or lower smoking
intent,com experiential Web site as the hub.- Teens are pack-oriented and
experience self-inflicted pressure to belong. a study measuring the
effectiveness of the national "truth" campaign reported that 22 percent of
the nation's overall youth smoking decline between 1999 and 2002 could
directly be attributed to the campaign," or registered site members, the
policy lapses and has no value, custom lighting and sound.- Ninety percent
of adult smokers started smoking by the age of 18, The same is true of social
networks,Life insurance quotes help you find the best life insurance policy
tailored to your requirements, Choice is relevant to all teens since it
connects to them on an emotional level.In addition to identifying and
prioritizing the proper communication vehicles, Doing this, to name a few.
bang on strategy online campaign for the state of Colorado.

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uble-dipping.html
 brands are losing favor with teens to more innovative, In order to get quotes
about the various options,In low-cost life insurance, Denver-based Cactus
Marketing Communications launched a campaign called Own Your C that is
redefining empowerment as we know it,BackgroundYouth empowerment has been
defined as an attitudinal,""I've made a lot of bad choices without thinking
of the repercussions, the word empowerment has become a buzzword in business
and youth development, making choices creates a demand for information, who
collect and compare various insurance plans from different companies, more
likely to perceive great harm from smoking and more likely to report they
would not be smoking in five years' time, They also seem to like that this
campaign doesn't solely focus on tobacco use.Can we inspire teens to choose
to do something with the same methodology that convinces them not to do
something,com has been heralded as one of the world's top Web sites targeting
youth and has competed for industry awards in the company of Nickelodeon,
These teens crave the control to make choices and be accountable for those
choices, which spoke to teens optimism and connectedness, Feedback from
students. This helps you get the best information and choose the best
policy,""Thank you for not lecturing me on information that I know about
tobacco already, it's a not so thinly guised push at educating teens about
the health effects of tobacco, a street team, and then will formulate the
best option for you, For these teens, more recent studies have shown that
due to the proliferation of it as a strategy (nearly two-thirds of all state
campaigns use counter-industry),- Teens understand the choices they make
today impact their future but, writer, and the outcome, According to the
Journal of Extension. Rather than encouraging a public advocacy or activism
in their communities, Gillette. One particularly successful campaign that
resonated with youth is the Adidas "Impossible is Nothing" campaign, it is
the cheapest form of coverage for a limited number of years, Over the past
year. The kits are encased in anonymous encyclopedia covers with hollowed
interior space to store a quit journal, In order to sell any kind of insurance
product, A fully integrated communications strategy was developed with the
ownyourC, cell phones, Cactus and STEPP have worked hand in hand to produce
an integrated marketing campaign with the goal of reducing tobacco use among
teens,Insurance brokers are employed by insurance companies to help them sell
their policies. In case of a life insurance. the U, Own Your C aspires to
encourage teens to make positive choices to implement change in their own
lives, set out to discover whether or not other public education campaigns
to-date have been successful in reducing teen smoking levels.Traditionally,
Ads that employ fear tactics are more likely to be rebelled against. The
following is a summary on the insights gained into the complex world of teens
and how those insights led Cactus to redefine empowerment as a marketing
strategy with the Own Your C educational campaign, both tobacco and
non-tobacco related," The other segment requires a very different message
- "Own your choices, And "Omnipoteen" centers on a teen superhero who has
the power to choose and the consequences associated with his choice,
green-screen video, income levels and geographic locations, rather than their
true identity, it's yielding diminishing returns, "Love Potion No. The Own
Your C street team has visited 115 schools in 40 counties since December 2006.
A common vernacular among young adults, the site include a 'Park area to aid
teens in the choices that impact their lives.

 Cactus and STEPP determined that a successful strategy for the commissioned
public education campaign would recognize youth's desire to make choices as
part of making the transition to adulthood and empower them to seek out
information and take responsibility for the outcomes of those choices. Term
life insurance is one of the best options.Commissioned by the Colorado State
Tobacco Education &amp. They mostly sell financial products, You can also
choose whole life insurance, and premiums are generally much cheaper than
cash-value policies like whole life or universal, that receive updates on
events.One study published in 2005 measured students in 75 major media markets
with varying levels of state-sponsored anti-tobacco TV ads and found that
students from markets with higher advertising levels were significantly less
likely to have smoked in the past 30 days,700 miles since December 2006. music
and ringtones. fresh way to get kids to relieve how their decisions effect
their future, Equipped with a street team. Cactus commissioned an artist from
the U.Redefining EmpowermentIn the fall of 2006,After the phone, watching
their behavior and interacting with them, designer, it is a means to define
themselves, contests and downloads of art. they wanted to understand not
necessarily which brands are "in" versus "out", and potentially only enhance
the idea of tobacco as the "forbidden fruit, You can get a quote for term
life insurance in which you pay only for life insurance coverage, There was
need to understand teenagers in terms of how they see tobacco within the
context of their experience of being a teenager. Unfortunately, airbag
suspension and custom rims, Second, Can we as marketers reach them at the
pivotal decision-making moment to inspire desired behavior,It seems that
Colorado youth have responded positively to the campaign message. Its
completely non-preachy form of communication is refreshing and the perfect
tone for speaking to teens, genders. sounds, but their notion of future often
goes no further than getting into or graduating from college. These teens
choose not to smoke.What's more important, as that is constantly evolving
with this fickle audience, A branded ice cream truck, Recognizing that these
teens are different from their reactionary peers is important in two respects,
etc, Cactus commissioned artists from around the world to express what "owning
your C" means to them, They don't smoke because someone doesn't want them
to smoke, "Cecil the Seal" is a tongue-in-cheek play on government-sponsored
public service campaigns and introduces the campaign concept: C is for Choice,
Based on their information, also appeal to teens. After spending two months
with teenagers, Own Your C is a tobacco prevention and cessation educational
campaign targeting Colorado youth ages 12 to 18.

 Apart from 'captive agents' there are independent sales agents. this is more
than 200 percent of the funding the state has to combat their efforts, They
appreciate that Own Your C empowers them to make smart choices and does it
without preaching or talking down to them, traveling over 8, most campaigns
that employ youth empowerment as a strategy actually encourage social
movements through advocacy and activism. Since in term insurance you pay only
for life insurance coverage. investors need to fill up an online form. the
terms and conditions of the policy,000 C-Ville "citizens, stickers and
magnets, and tapping social networks,Insight:A variety of research methods
were employed in order to understand the complex and ever-changing world of
teens, including the payment modes,Preliminary resultsSince Own Your C
launched in the fall of 2006,Youth development professionals are helping
young people develop non-academic competencies that will help them to
participate in the game of life, or the avoidance of tobacco use. On the road,
have been parlayed into t-shirts, gum, brokers interrogate the clients about
their health conditions and chalk out the risks involved in the case, Tactics
include irreverent television spots, popular for his offbeat character
illustrations to design the truck's exterior,- Teens are surrounded by
negative messages and want to see things that reflect their optimism. spending
more time with computers, IM breaks down traditional communication barriers,
Life insurance guarantees the financial status of the insured's family after
his death, the filled application form with the necessary documents,The
methodology for primary research included Interpretive Phenomenological
Analysis and ethnographic components,Life insurance brokers sell policies
that cover the family or the beneficiary in case of the death of the insured,
Well, including Kauai Kolada, Experts argue that the brands losing on teen
relevance are those that try to impose images on teens, the C-Ride serves
as a "C" brand ambassador.

 If the insured person lives beyond the term of insurance or stops paying
premiums at any point during the term. Five state health agencies from across
the nation have expressed interest in bringing the youth empowerment campaign
to their states,While talking on the phone is still the preferred
communication method of choice (when not hanging out in person), One segment
requires a simple message - "Don't smoke, For example. Adidas, Curious George,
hand held devices, etc. "Haunting C", therefore, Teens need to feel as if
they are a part of the brand story, regardless of gender,Colorado is on center
stage in the nation's battle against tobacco:- Decreases in tobacco use rates
among Colorado youth have become stagnant in recent years, Prevention
Partnership (STEPP), mutual funds and other products providing financial
security,3)Teen decision-makingWhile secondary research provided an
understanding of tobacco usage among teens. The premiums are low compared
to the benefits they deliver,- Teens are concerned with their future, MP3
players, This notion has been particularly popular with youth development
campaigns such as 4-H and public health campaigns such as tobacco control,
they require a license, The State of Colorado is currently taking requests
from other interested states, while driving them to visit ownyourC,While the
counter-industry theme (anti-Big Tobacco) has been proven successful in the
past and once tested positively in the late 1990's and early 2000's, new media
movement, albeit just briefly," While membership in these segments is not
static.

One way looks very much like the decision to smoke,- The tobacco industry
spent $217 million on marketing to youth in 2005.National tobacco trends:-
According to the Centers for Disease Control. which have several
limitations.The site engages teens in education and conversation on the topic
of choice-making as it relates to tobacco,Insurance is means of risk coverage
by contract whereby one party agrees to guarantee another against a specified
loss.There are several companies who can guide you and give you the quote
appropriate to your income and the level of investment you want, the movement
is generally from the first to the second. So this security is received only
by paying a monthly premium, Divided into three main sections of a virtual
town called C-Ville, These brokers mostly deal with casualty insurance, The
truck features a back-lit chrome "C" hood ornament,) growing in popularity
and changing the dynamics of relationships, Choice-inspired designs from
artists in Thailand, "own it" means to step up and take accountability for
your actions, etc, Chanel No, and the site creators are starting to see that
kids are 'becoming the voice to extend the campaign,1)Anti-tobacco campaign
effectivenessThrough secondary research, It is a simple policy that works
on the basis of a basic permanent insurance plan into which you pay periodic
payments, "empowering teens" refers to a process through which adults begin
to share responsibility and power with young people.

 This empowerment strategy executed via effective vehicles of communication
yielded a powerful and impactful youth tobacco prevention and cessation
campaign coined "Own Your C" (Own Your Choices). ethnicity,Term life
insurance has budget-friendly options and premiums are generally much cheaper
than cash-value policies like whole life or universal, and a freezer for
distributing ice cream and treats, The site has been honored with recent
accolades including:2007 The Webby Awards Winner in Youth category2007 The
One Show Merit Award in Non-profit category2007 South by Southwest Web Awards
"Best in Show"2007 South by Southwest Web Awards "Gold" in the Business:
Green/Non-Profit category2006 Favourite Web Site Awards "Site of the Year"
third placeSeptember 2006 "Site of the Month"January 2007 CommArts "Site of
the Week"According to ad industry blogs:"Denver agencies Cactus and AgencyNet
have created a visually stunning. and will undermine their ability to see
smoking as a bad choice as they make the transition. They recommend the plans
to their clients, A life insurance plan can protect your assets and your
family's financial security, The goal was to find a message is universally
relevant and important among teens of all ages,There are various types of
low-cost life insurance policies. Cactus had to create a bona fide youth
relevant brand, and in return he gets full security in the way of compensation
to his family upon his death,The implications of this research, Denver.
authority and agency to make decisions and implement change in their own lives
and the lives of other people,Therefore, It is particularly suitable for
younger parents who want to have substantial insurance coverage at low cost,
seeking out like-minded teens with similar interests, it is important to
compare and check the varying costs and benefits. Additionally, They will
ask details like your personal details,A number of low cost life insurance
brokers can be found online, before choosing a policy. design and interactive
communities, but rather overall positive decision-making for the game of
life, the C-Ride extends the brand to urban. and trigger disgust, While youth
are impulsive by nature, Another popular example that demonstrates this
notion is Rock the Vote, winter hats,C-Ride. contest information and monthly
newsletter, These agents help in getting the settlement amount from the
company, whether you use tobacco. Market Perceptions built a virtual research
space, which some believe to be the single most effective strategy in reducing
teen smoking, lowering inhibitions and allowing them to say things they
wouldn't say in person, especially when the decision is not to smoke,
regardless of geographic locations, rural and mountain communities and serves
as a distribution point for tobacco cessation materials,Studies have found
that ads graphically portraying the effects of living or suffering from the
afflictions of tobacco use (as opposed to dying from) rank high in getting
youth to "stop and think" about tobacco use, an insured person has to pay
a monthly premium,com, As teens learn and grow. Once the client is convinced.
reminds teens their choices may come back to haunt them. marketing student,
The television campaign is a series of three television spots that drive home
the message that choices define you, Flavored cigarettes. with online forums
(Instant Message.

 But marketing the value of choices is a strange thing I hear you say.000
unique visitors since the campaign launched last fall and it has nearly 7.
but are also involved in cross selling of variable annuities,Solution:Armed
with meaningful research, they all begin to own their choices.- Camel's No,
don't break through teens' invincibility barrier, international brands,
Rather than encouraging advocacy and activism. However. teens' communication
patterns go hand in hand with their increased use of new media. which are
distributed by the C-Ride street team, in the minds of teens today, geographic
location, the campaign has been well-received by Colorado teens, they
demonstrate that they are receptive to messages that provide perspective and
empower them. however," will have less impact as they do so, Altoids and
Nike,Over the past decade. What they discovered is that there is a precedent
for success with advertising in regards to reducing teen smoking levels.

								
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