- Roadshow involving several URW shopping centres
- Optimal use of the available media
- Free exhibition for visitors
Bears, lions and orphaned orangutans: since February, URW shopping centres have been giving animals in need a temporary home – symbolically at least – with international animal welfare organisation ‘Vier Pfoten’ (four paws) taking up residence in pop-up stores in several German shopping centres featuring an experience-based exhibition.
Vier Pfoten cares for animals around the world that have been in distress or have experienced suffering at the hands of humans. In pop-up galleries in the URW malls, visitors are able to discover just how committed these people are to protecting the animal kingdom. The interactive exhibition ‘Detecting. Saving. Protecting.’ gives an insight into the work of these animal protectionists. It has already been on show in three URW centres for six to eight weeks at a time, and following the kick-off at Palais Vest in Recklinghausen, the roadshow continued to the Düsseldorf Arcaden before moving to Westfield Centro Oberhausen, where it is set to remain for a short while.
In-depth glimpses behind the scenes
Visitors can look forward to an impressive experience in Oberhausen. As in the other malls, a centrally located pop-up store with generous exhibition space is on hand for the campaign, and Vier Pfoten is exploiting this potential skilfully, using a footprint trail of paw-shaped floor stickers to shepherd interested visitors through the gallery.