Norwalk, CT - TFI Envision, Inc. was selected to develop an advertising campaign for NAPA® Echlin® and NAPA® Belden® automotive aftermarket parts.
The target audience is making buying decisions based on either brand loyalty or product efficacy. With this insight, TFI Envision, Inc. developed a series of automotive aftermarket product centric ads that communicated unique benefits for each NAPA® Echlin® product, including coils, TPMS sensors (tire pressure monitoring system), ETB (electronic throttle body), ABS Sensors (anti-lock brake system), Camshaft/Crankshaft sensors, and Belden® spark plug wires.
The ads feature a series of shapes based on the NAPA® Echlin® logo in eye-catching NAPA® gold and blue, allowing the products to be prominently showcased. The headlines quickly grab the readers attention and speak directly to product issues:
“Your Best Bet. Replace the Set.” for ignition coils
“Timing is Everything. Go with the Best.” for camshaft and crankshaft timing
“The Belden® Advantage. Wired to be the Best.” for Belden® spark plug wires
“100% New. Fewer Comebacks. Happy Customers.” for Tech Expert™ ETB
“Install NAPA® Echlin® ABS Sensors. Because Failure Is Not an Option.” for ABS sensors
“See the Light? We Can Help.” for TPMS Sensors
The advertising campaign was delivered in both digital and print communications and is currently running in NAPA® Outlook Magazine and NAPA® Weekly Link eNewsletter.
Since 1975, TFI Envision, Inc. of Norwalk, CT, has specialized in developing strategic design and marketing solutions for branding, packaging, promotion, digital and corporate communications; helping organizations achieve their marketing and communication goals with compelling, consistent messaging that is on brand and on target.
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