The Hilton is keeping John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s dream of peace alive in its latest campaign entitled ‘Room 702’.
The campaign was inspired by Lennon and Ono’s famous ‘Bed-In for Peace’ at the Hilton Amsterdam in room 702 where they protested the Vietnam war while promoting world peace.
To honour the impact their honeymoon activism had, Hilton is releasing a special video content series that highlights the peaceful spirit the dynamic duo intended in 1969.
The videos will touch on a wide range of topics, from sustainability to workplace culture, through the stories of two strong and inspiring Hilton team members – one who is a refugee and one who is an immigrant.
Check out the first campaign video below.
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