Renault India spreads the light this Diwali with L&K Saatch & Saatchi

04 Nov,2016

By A Correspondent


Renault India has got its creative agency Law & Kenneth Saatchi & Saatchi to help them create something different this Diwali. The idea – Spread the Light, the Renault Diwali Drive. An exclusive drive to a village to celebrate Diwali with the local community and share in the true spirit of the festival.


The experience started with Renault India reaching out to its social media audience and inviting them to be a part of this activity. They received an overwhelming response which saw representation of all Renault flagship cars.


The drive flagged off from the Renault dealership and made its way to Bheliv Village in Raigad district in Maharashtra, a 110 km drive. The thrilled customers carried sweets, decorations and everything needed to make this Diwali special for the people of Bheliv Village.


The villagers gave them a warm welcome with a traditional aarti, dhols and garlands. The customers had an immersive experience as they joined the villagers in their preparations for the evening celebration.


The celebration then crescendoed with the exchange of light, where the customers gave solar lanterns and received handmade diyas from the delighted villagers. The villagers were thrilled to make new friends and have them partake in their Diwali celebrations. The customers on the other hand, never imagined the impact they could have on other people’s lives by sharing the spirit of Diwali.


Said Virat Khullar, Head of Marketing, Renault India: “Renault always aims to connect with its Indian audience and be rooted in its culture and this was the perfect opportunity to collaborate with our valued customers and make Diwali special by the simple act of sharing light where it’s most needed”.


Added Kartik Smetacek, Executive Creative Director – Law & Kenneth Saatchi & Saatchi: “We were keen to do something meaningful for Diwali. Light is quintessential to the festival and spreading the light is really symbolic of spreading happiness. I think the activity captured and celebrated the true essence of Diwali.”


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