Lisa Rubisch of Park Pictures directs campaign for Trex
Trex sets the stage for life's most memorable moments in new brand marketing campaign.
Trex Company is kicking off the new year with a new look, new approach and new message for consumers and the industry.
The world’s largest manufacturer of wood-alternative decking and railing, and leader in high-performance, low-maintenance outdoor living products, has unveiled a new marketing campaign for 2022 that positions the brand as a visionary partner and trusted foundation for life’s most memorable moments.
Created with the help of Nashville-based advertising agency and long-time Trex partner, Buntin, the campaign dramatises the concept of “At Trex, we see it too.” The creative, which centres on the relatable and touching story of a dad and daughter’s special connection, positions the Trex deck on the family home as the backdrop for a lifetime of memories and poignant moments that play out over the decades.
“From my childhood, I fondly remember when we added a deck to our house,” said Leslie Adkins, vice president of marketing for Trex Company. “It became the go-to spot for family celebrations big and small, from cookouts with my grandparents and hanging out with friends to watching the fireworks my brother would set off in the yard and delighting in the antics of our family dog. These outdoor spaces are more than just decking and railing, they are the setting where life plays out, outdoors.”
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The We See It Too campaign highlights humanity and warmth at every touchpoint. Led by award-winning director Lisa Rubisch, the Park Pictures production team captured scenes with relatable characters engaging in believable scenarios in a realistic setting. Filming was done on an actual Trex deck built by a TrexPro Platinum builder Pro-Built of Highland, Md., in the picturesque Severna Park area of Annapolis, Md. The cast even includes a biological father and daughter for added authenticity.
“When brands are leaders in their category, they need to stay distinctive and ensure they take actions to separate themselves from the competition, the imitators,” explained Aron Cleary, executive creative director for Buntin. “Over the past few years, the entire composite decking category has become synonymous with functional messaging and promoting the benefits of composite vs. wood. As the undisputed category leader when it comes to these functional attributes, Trex is the only brand with the ability to find distinction in this sea of sameness. This new campaign boldly differentiates Trex with a distinctive and memorable message that creates a category of one.”