The “Textarudo” is a character that has been created to help bring an important message to the public.
The word “testarudo” in Spanish means someone who is stubborn, or hardheaded. By changing the “s” to an “x” in that word, the image of someone who is stubborn combines with the popular activity of most of the world, texting. With this word change, combined with the character, we easily linked to a being able to deliver a message about a very dangerous behavior, texting and driving.
The Textarudo looks for sympathy. We can all identify with being a Textarudo. Most of the people we know are Textarudos.
Now, by making reference to our character, the message “Don’t Text and Drive” is communicated in a friendly, non-confrontational manner. The point is, the message is being delivered. Reference to Textarudo keeps the message fresh.
The “Textarudo” is a character that has been created to help bring a social message toward the Hispanic public as a whole.
The “Textarudo” looks for sympathy and tries to give a twist to your regular “Don’t Text and Drive” Campaign.
Sometimes Textarudo is our friend who is engaging this behavior and by referencing this new character, we can help keep fresh the idea that texting while driving simply is wrong and we shouldn't do it.
The Textarudo is :
Nice (beneath it all he is a good guy)
Help us bring this message to the community.
Contact us and we can work with your organization, school or business to allow you to show support for this campaign. Further, if you have a well attended event, we can possibly arrange for Textarudo to attend.