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Thanks to Ogilvy Cape Town, NSRI today launched our first Facebook Canvas ad.canvas-imageUse your mobile phone to tap and tilt the advert and experience the new technology.Using the dramatic visuals of the NSRI SAFETRX ad material, Ogilvy Cape Town Executive Creative Director - Nicholas Wittenberg, Creative Director - Mike Martin and Art Director - Martin Magner worked together to produce this interactive experience.Ogilvy Cape Town has managed the NSRI advertising account, pro bono, as their charity of choice for almost 20 years. They have been instrumental in building our brand and they continue to find new ways for supporters to engage with us.

'With Facebook Canvas storytelling comes to life.... people can swipe through a carousel of images, tilt to view panoramic images and zoom in to view images in detail. Some of the world's best brands are already telling their stories on Canvas.'

To view the advert you will need to go to our Facebook page from your mobile phone handset and click on the advert

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