Bord Gáis celebrates employees’ seasonal commitment in TV campaign
‘On Call’ follows fictional service engineer as he volunteers to cover for colleagues on Christmas Day
On Christmas Day, an engineer darts in and out of houses to fix problems with the occupants’ heating systems. Later, he huddles over a plate of re-heated chilli con carne and rice in an empty office break room, watching his family enjoy Christmas dinner without him via video call.
The engineer in question, a fictional one, features in Bord Gáis Energy’s latest TV campaign, which focuses on the company’s own employees and the instances...
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