Brawl lands National Accident Helpline work
Leeds-based Brawl has been appointed by National Accident Helpline on a wide-ranging content and social media brief.
Brawl will deliver a content campaign designed to maximise consumer engagement for the UK’s largest personal injury claims company, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary year.
The brief will see Brawl deliver a fully integrated content-driven campaign including video content development around real-life consumer-based case studies.
Debbie Britton, marketing director of National Accident Helpline, said: “This is a hugely significant year for National Accident Helpline and we are not only keen to celebrate 25 years of success but also use this as a launchpad to take the brand to new heights.
“We’re confident that the team at Brawl can deliver creative content that ensures we achieve all of our objectives.”
Martin Jones, MD of Brawl, added: “The new partnership with National Accident Helpline follows a successful period of growth which has seen numerous new client gains.
“We’re relishing the opportunity of working with National Accident Helpline, a longstanding and nationally recognised brand and to deliver an impactful, fully integrated content campaign that will take this great brand to the next level.”
Brawl recently added jewellery retailer Beaverbrooks, frozen food retailer Iceland, global tech firm Genesys and automotive vehicle lighting specialist Ring to its client list.