Prized Possessions

Skipton Building Society

Details

Client: Skipton Building Society
Date: 20th February 2017

Project overview

72Point produced a video for Skipton Building Society which looks at the nation’s most prized possessions.

Baby clothes, parent’s wedding rings, and children’s artwork are amongst a woman’s most prized household possessions a survey has revealed. Men, on the other hand, declared their vinyl collection, smartphone and computer as some of their most treasured items. More than half of the 2000 Brits polled said sentimental keepsakes were their dearest items – and yet, men claim their CAR is more important than photos of deceased friends or significant other.

The story was accompanied by a vox-pop style video in which we asked the people of London about their favourite objects. The story and video were distributed to the national print and online media via our newswire and by our digital team.

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Coverage

Skipton Building Society’s story was featured on major news sites in the UK, including the Sun,  the Daily Star and Yours Magazine.

The Sun
The Scottish Sun
The Irish Sun – Video
The London Economic
Dailystar.co.uk
Yours
and many more!

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