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Transcript of Park Run
Implement a successful marketing campaign over the next 2 years.
Promoting ParkRun as a free weekly event, its benefits to the local community in hope of increasing participation numbers of runners and volunteers.
Establishing Parkrun as a sporting event with a strong social aspect for everyone to take part in
Why we chose Young people?
Running should be an enjoyable sport where people are able to socialise whilst achieving personal goals.
Breakfast runs will be promoted by certain running brands who will be offering an analysis, professional advice and some much loved freebies!
The Health Fest is a fun,
informative and interactive event for the whole family.
Presents a healthy lifestyle for all ages
The event also invites exhibitors and speakers from the health, fitness & wellness industry
Why Take Part in ParkRun?
Health and Social Care Information Centre. (2013).
58% of women overweight including obese
26% of women obese
With sights on the long term aim we will implement the first stages by targeting 14-18 year olds
(Initial segmented -Education market)
(Sport England, 2008, p. 5; Tinsley, 2013, p. 14) identify 4 main reasons for dropout of sport in young people of this age: Personal, Lifestyle, Sporting & 16 being a prime age
Children and teens are also estimated to influence between $130 billion and $500 billion in family purchases annually. Links to the PESTER Power Model which is the ability for children to influence parents’ purchasing decisions (Proctor & Richards, 2002, p. 3)
"Reflects a person's choices of how he or she spends time and money"
Solomon et al. ,2002
Segmentation is identifying groups of consumers within a marketplace whose needs are similar (Palmer, 2006. p. 166; Marshall & Jonston, 2001, p. 160)
Influence of ‘Word of Mouth’ for Park Run will carry greater weight amongst their peers and family members (Positive)
Young people being a power consumer group
" Spero & Stone (2004)
Targeting the social benefits brings a ‘Branding Community’ which can develop into loyal customers
(Heding, Knudtzen & Bjerre, 2009. p. 184)
The reason for this?
This model is important because it builds customer loyalty which ties in with positive branding
Park Run will lean towards existing data of the influence of PESTER Power
Proctor & Richards, (2002)
Aims and Objectives of ParkRun
Breakdown of marketing strategy
Parkrun is an organised
free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world.
Open to everyone and easy to take part in.
These events take place in pleasant parkland surroundings and and encourage people of every ability to take part in.
Aims and Objectives
Our aim is to ensure that every event we create is able to live forever
offer free, weekly events to local communities,
Get the local community to be active
To The Tenth Hole Tearooms
After the run, the tenth hole provides a subsidised salad bar and juice bar at the tenth hole cafe just opposite canoe lake.
Run to Save
Park Run Plus
Social Media Integration
(10% off Adidas goods)
A - Attention (Awareness)
: Through intense promotion we aim to maximise to Parkrun brand
I - Interest
: raise customer interest by focusing on and
demonstrating advantages and benefits (instead of focusing on features, as in traditional advertising).
D - Desire
: convince customers that they want and desire the product or service and that it will satisfy their needs.
A - Action
: lead customers towards taking action and/or purchasing.
Consumer's response to Park Run
Wait something like that Exists!
Why Run every Saturday!!
Who wake's up at 9 O'clock to run?
relate to changes in government influence and can have huge significance for Park Run
NHS and the Portsmouth City council's objective of reducing obesity
Other economic changes that affect business include changes in the interest rate, wage rates, and the rate of inflation can affect secondary spending
Emphasising that ParkRun is a Free event
Relates to pattern of behavior, tastes, and lifestyles, age structure of the population also alters over time (currently we have an aging population).
An understanding of social change gives ParkRun a better feel for the future market situation.
We have become particularly significant in the post-millennium world. This is particularly true in terms of modern communication technologies.
Vast quantities of information is shared and quickly distributed ParkRun has to maximise on its Social media presence
Objectives of marketing
supports the sales effort by using one or more of the available media to generate a quantifiable and measurable response that moves the customer closer to an initial or additional sale without the use of a face to face sale (Meisner, 2006, p.13).
Advertising is paid for, non-personal communication from an identified organisation, body or individual designed to communicate information and to influence consumer behaviour (Yeshin, 2006, p.1)
Using the news or business press to carry positive stories about your company or your products; cultivating a good relationship with local press representatives
The presentation of a persuasive message by a seller to a potential customer or group of customers, generally in a face-to-face meeting. Personal selling can also take place through personal correspondence, telephone conversations, or emails.
The Marketing Mix
Attempts to gain customer loyalty by focusing on building long term relationships with consumers, placing an importance on the consumer's long term value on the ParkRun Brand rather than a one time transaction
"The most successful events in the world are those that serve people's interest and not only their own"
Kotler & Keller 2006
Regeneration of Southsea Skatepark
Improves Social Welfare
Creates a differentiated brand positioning
Building Strong consumer bonds
Creating a Reservoir of Goodwill
Corporate Social Responsibility
Sail flags along the courses
Businesses need to take a pro-active approach and be ahead of these changes, rather than hurriedly making alterations to products and processes in a reactive way.
(Palmer, 2012, P. 512)
Unique Selling Point-:
Education on a Healthy Lifestyle
Park Run Health Fest
Community Coming together
Close it off with Releasing lanterns
Parkrun should look beyond the short-term objectives and realise that investments in society today will reap them benefits in the future
By Sutter Consultants
ParkRun working together with Portsmouth City to Realise this event, this aims to have-:
Peng, G.C., & Nunes, M. (2007).
Brassington & Pettitt, 2000, p. 562
Button, Johnston, 2011;
Sheth & Parvatlyar (1995)
Today's consumers understand their needs and wants, hence by adapting ParkRun products and Services towards their needs and wants we will achieve long term objectives of tackling obesity
Increase consumer expectations need by meeting or exceeded objectives
Driving wider Political Agendas
Task of Promotion
Build the company image
Change perception of the events attributes
This is involves using intense promotional activities, investing a lot in advertising for consumer's in order to recognise the Park Run Brand
Bar code wristbands
Tasks of Promotion
Promotion - The advancement of a product through adverting methods
Baines,Fill & Page, 2013, p. 294
The 4P's are part of communication marketing element used to satisfy customers and reach target goals
(Palmer, 2012, p. 20)
4P's Of marketing
Park Run Health fest
Regeneration of the Skate Park
Bar code Wristbands
All aimed in meeting Park Run's long term objective of reducing obesity levels in Portsmouth
What Park Run is
And what it has to offer
to be part of the Park Run Community
The benefits of Park Run
ParkRun Health Fest Activities
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