Free graphic available to RSGB members in response to ‘Pokemon Go’ craze
Room 9 Media is offering free of charge to Road Safety GB members a graphic designed to remind young pedestrians of the potential dangers of distraction while playing Pokemon Go.
Room Nine Media has produced an alternative version of its young pedestrian distraction campaign in response to the Pokemon Go craze that is currently sweeping the nation.
The original campaign, ‘Look don’t ‘Like’, was launched last month to address the problem of distraction among young pedestrians who use mobiles phones while crossing the road. The campaign comprises a suite of resources including school gate banners, posters and pop up exhibition stands.
The new version, ‘Look before you catch’ is aimed at Pokemon hunters who may be distracted while ‘catching’.
The image is being made available free of charge to Road Safety GB members to use on social media feeds. It is available for download from the members' area of the Road Safety GB website.
For more information about ‘Look before you catch’ and ‘Look don’t ‘Like’ contact John Billington by email or on 01384 422578.
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