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  1. Mobs to Fill the Gaps: CarrotMobDC to tackle “food deserts” and “grocery gaps.”

  2. We are trying to show… • Organizing a CarrotMob campaign to counter the effects of “food deserts” and “grocery gaps,” we need to appeal to reason, emotion and visual rhetoric through social media. • D.C. in spotlight: “Food deserts,” “grocery gaps” and other related health problems • CarrotMobs as a Solution & target audience • CarrotMobDC: message, test and results • CarrotMobDC: improved message & discussion

  3. The Problem • “Grocery gaps” and “food deserts” describe the lack of supermarkets and fresh, healthy food in low-income areas. • High income D.C. area (Ward 3): • 80,775 residents • 86.3% non-Hispanic Caucasian • Average household income is $128,000 • 11 full-service grocery stores: 1 for every 7,343 residents • Average resident travels .44 miles to reach a full-service grocer • 42.2% of are overweight or obese & 3.5% of residents have diabetes • Low income D.C. area (Ward 8): • 69,047 residents • 93.3% African-American or Hispanic • Average household income is $29,000 • 3 full-service grocery stores: 1 for every 23,016 residents • Average resident traveling .50 miles to reach a full-service grocer • 71.5% are overweight or obese & 18.3% of residents have diabetes

  4. Carrotmobs: the Solutions • Paying a business for them to sell healthy food • Past success and applicability • Target audience: local food justice community • Young professionals & students • Value health and nutrition, public health, human rights, social justice and education • High use of social media • High cognition need • Medium to high income

  5. Message Theory • Both rational and emotional appeal • Rational: Logical evidence • Emotional: Images & videos to create emotional associations • Video: tangible example & case

  6. Our Channels: CarrotMobDC • Website • Facebook • Twitter

  7. Message One: • Carrotmobs are cool 

  8. Message Two: • Low-income DC wards do not have access to fresh and healthy foods, and it is important that they have this access 

  9. Message Three • Liff's Market is an important community establishment that is trying to correct this problem 

  10. Messages Four and Five • If you come out and support Liff's Market by participating in this Carrotmob, you will be participating in an extremely cool movement for a very important issue. This issue is so important and Carrotmobs are so cool that you have to get involved and spread the word.

  11. Testing the Message • Video & Screenshots • Q1: Have you noticed the existence of grocery gaps or food deserts in low income areas prior to seeing our message?  • Q2: Did our message inform you about grocery gaps, food deserts and carrotmobs? • Q3: Did our message changed increased your interest in pursuing further knowledge in food deserts and grocery gaps in low income areas? • Q4: What was the extent of your interest, if any, to carrotmobs or to social activism up till now?  • Q5: What does it mean to you to get involved in a carrotmob?  • Q6: Why is it important for you to show support this particular cause? • Q7: How did our message increased you interest in participating in carrotmobDC? • Q8: How do you believe our message could be improved to get you more interested?

  12. Test Results • We have found out that our message: Increased the interest of the participant who had no awareness of the issues before (25%) • Did not increase the interest of the participants who were aware of the issues before (75%) • Informed all our participants about grocery gaps, food deserts and carrotmobDC (100%) • Generally informed about our issues (75%) • Had little interest into social activism until now (25%) • 75% of our test audience would rather get involved because they believe in their capacity to change or alter social injustice • 25% of our test audience would rather get involved because they care about the health of the other • 100% of our audience believes that they will be more persuaded with messages that has even more information about carrotmobDC, has more personal touch and includes the voices of the victims.

  13. New Message & Conclusion • Change in the lines of: • High Ego Involvement • Agency of Change & personal efficacy • Personal voice of the afflicted • How CarrotMob Campaign can be promoted using social media • Food deserts, grocery gaps and health problems • Carrotmobs and target audience • Message, test & results

  14. THANK YOU!