Electric Ireland take ads with smart message

26/08/2015 NO REPRO FEE, MAXWELLS DUBLIN/JULIEN BEHAL.  Pictured at the Electric Ireland Smarter Living phone charging bus stops were (l to r) Jennifer Byrne, Senior Account Executive PML, Lisa Browne, Head of Marketing Electric Ireland and Pat Cassidy, Digital, Innovation and Experiential Manager PML. Based on the premise of ‘Simple ideas that make life better’, the Electric Ireland Smarter Living bus shelters allow commuters to charge their phones as they wait for their bus with a built in charging dock for Apple and Android phones and include a range of ‘smarter’ tips in the creative, all submitted by Electric Ireland customers around the country. There are five Electric Ireland Smarter Living charging bus stops located at Camden Street, Clontarf Road, Stillorgan Road, Raheny and Harold’s Cross.  PIC: NO FEE, MAXWELLS/JULIEN BEHAL. For more information please contact:  Elisabeth Fitzpatrick (WH) 0866092571

Electric Ireland Smarter Living phone charging bus shelters went live this week. Based on the premise of ‘Simple ideas that make life better’, the shelters allow commuters to charge their phones as they wait for their bus with a built in charging dock for Apple and Android phones and include tips in the creative as submitted by Electric Ireland customers.

There are five Electric Ireland charging bus stops located at Camden Street, Clontarf Road, Stillorgan Road, Raheny and Harold’s Cross. Pictured at the out of home (OOH) launch are Electric Ireland’s head of marketing Lisa Browne with Jennifer Byrne, senior account executive and Pat Cassidy, digital, innovation and experiential manager, PML.

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