Honda “Safety for Everyone” Campaign Showcases the Importance of Vehicle Safety in San Antonio, TX

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If you’ve watched television in the last week or so, there is a good chance that you’ve had the opportunity to view the new Honda marketing campaign, Safety for Everyone. The campaign launched just last week, and it highlights the automaker’s deep-rooted and ongoing commitment to safety and the company goal of helping to create a collision-free society. Here at Gillman Honda San Antonio, our dealership is proud to sell such a safe group of new Honda SUVs, sedans, and pickup trucks.  

The new Safety for Everyone Campaign features 60-second and 30-second commercials that portray a “what if” vehicle-pedestrian collision scenario. The automaker’s goal is to use emotional storytelling to highlight what could happen to the lives touched by a pedestrian had a collision not been avoided by Honda’s Collision Mitigating Braking System. This state-of-the-art system is part of the larger Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistive technology found on new Honda vehicles like the 2020 Honda Accord.  

Directed by award-winning commercial director Ringan Ledwidge, the Safety for Everyone spots will run on national cable and network television through November 30 and on sports networks through January of 2020 during professional football, hockey, and basketball games. It will also feature creative advertisements across Honda’s website and social media through the fall.  

Honda Sensing is the main safety system by the automaker and includes the following safety and driver assistance features: 

  • Collision Mitigating Braking System 
  • Road Departure Mitigation 
  • Adaptive Cruise Control 
  • Lane Keeping Assist 
  • Traffic Sign Recognition 

To learn more about the Safety for Everyone campaign or to test drive a Honda vehicle with Honda Sensing features, head into Gillman Honda San Antonio, a Honda dealership serving San Antonio, TX.  

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