NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Winning two Telly Awards and a NW Marketing Award, the out-of-the-box marketing campaign for a new premium sub-floor panel raises the creative bar
The “Tested Extreme” campaign created to promote LP Legacy, a new engineered sub-floor that provides extreme strength and performance, has won several awards: most notably two Telly Awards, a highly coveted honor amongst advertising professionals, as well as a NW Marketing Award. The launch of LP Legacy into the competitive marketplace has been an all-around success with sales for the first year after launch exceeding LP’s aggressive goal by six percent, which the company partly attributes to the innovative marketing approach.
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The building products industry has historically not been known for its inspired advertising campaigns. It can be a challenge to portray products such as OSB in an attention-grabbing way, and traditional building products advertising tends to focus on product features on a standard jobsite. Not so the “Tested Extreme” campaign for the premium LP Legacy sub-floor panel.
“We wanted to challenge the status quo of how advertising is done in our industry and raise the bar,” says LP Business Marketing Manager Lorraine Russ. “It’s safe to say that we succeeded. Winning three creative awards is a tremendous positive surprise. By showcasing our brand’s performance in the toughest imaginable conditions, we have established the trust and consideration of our customers, and our sales figures show that they are responding.”
The disruptive concept for the campaign was designed to stand out by showcasing an innovative product demonstration that proves performance by exposing the product to an environment far more extreme than on a typical jobsite. The execution included two scenarios: In the first expedition, the panel was dropped 70 feet over a series of waterfalls and left in the rushing river for 24 hours; in the second test, professional mountain bikers constructed a ramp of LP Legacy panels in the rainforest and jumped 20 feet from ramp to ramp repeatedly under wet and muddy conditions.
Made with Gorilla Glue Technology®, LP Legacy is a complete sub-floor solution that provides exceptional moisture resistance, stiffness and density for superior performance in wet, harsh environments and carries a class-leading Covered Until It’s Covered™ no-sand warranty as well as Limited Lifetime Warranty that lasts as long as the home. “Building pros really appreciate the peace of mind this product gives them under the most extreme circumstances,” says Russ.
The Telly Awards annually showcase the best work created nationally within television and across video. “Tested Extreme” won a Silver Telly Award in the Online Commercials-Campaign-Business-to-Business category, and a Bronze Telly Award in the Online Commercials-Campaign-Promotional category. The campaign also won a Northwest Marketing Bronze Award for Print Advertising.
“Being recognized for this campaign is a great honor for us,” says Heather Crunchie, Principal of HighViz Strategy, the Portland-based agency that created and executed the “Tested Extreme” concept. “Above all, it was terrific to be able to work with a company that truly stands behind its products and is willing to put it to the test under these extreme conditions.”
Explore the award winning campaign: www.testedextreme.com.
LP Legacy is another example of LP’s growing specialty product selection designed to meet the growing demands for better engineered building solutions, as well as creating distinct value for customers. Learn more about LP Legacy: www.LPCorp.com/Legacy.
About LP Building Products
Louisiana-Pacific Corporation is a leading manufacturer of quality engineered wood building materials including OSB, structural framing products, and exterior siding for use in residential, industrial and light commercial construction. From manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, Chile and Brazil, LP products are sold to builders and homeowners through building materials distributors and dealers and retail home centers. Founded in 1973, LP is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, and traded on the New York Stock Exchange under LPX. For more information, visit www.lpcorp.com.