Travelodge appoints Rapier to digital account

Travelodge has appointed Rapier as its digital marketing agency ahead of an overhaul of the hotel chain’s online operations.

Travelodge

Rapier will redesign Travelodge’s website and manage both its online creative advertising and eCRM activity.

The hotel chain last relaunched its site in May 2008 after appointing digital agency Twentysix London to handle development of the site. The overhaul allowed visitors to buy tickets to local attractions and shows as well as accommodation

Rapier won the account following a pitch against an undisclosed number of agencies.

The hotel chain is also reviewing its above-the-line advertising account after calling a pitch for its TV campaign last year.

This story first appeared on newmediaage.co.uk

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