Generate social media/viral buzz Archives - Event Marketer

Generate social media/viral buzz Archives - Event Marketer

August 9, 2017

Epic Airbnb Open Event Redefines ‘Festivalization’

Inspired by the storytelling of Sundance, the world-class innovations of TED, and the awe of Burning Man, the 2017 Grand Ex winner curated an annual festival of travel and hospitality designed to become a must-attend cultural event. Part developers conference, part user group, part internal event, part consumer activation, part street fair, part influencer event—the...

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August 9, 2017

Thomas’ Tasty Mobile Tour Features a Rolling Toaster

What better way to “toast” the most important meal of the day than with a giant toaster on wheels feeding the hungry hoards at festivals, events and retailers in 18 cities—building awareness, increasing loyalty and engaging potential new consumers along the way. That’s exactly what The Breakfast Like No Other Tour cooked up for Thomas’...

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August 9, 2017

State Farm’s Tiny Roadhouse Scores With Tailgaters

State Farm’s Roadhouse, a custom, fully furnished tiny house built on an extended Ford F-350 pick-up truck, reached tailgating football fans at NFL stadiums and promoted its message that policyholders can save money by combining their home and auto insurance with State Farm. Through multiple stops and more than 15,000 engagements to date, the Roadhouse...

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August 9, 2017

Humana’s National Parks VR Experience Targets Seniors

Humana’s Bring the Parks to You (BP2U) tour in partnership with the National Park Foundation was one of the first to target the senior audience with a VR component. Designed as a pop-up log cabin, the tour also leveraged a nature engagement quiz, a photo/GIF wall and a Find Your Park mobile app to inspire,...

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August 8, 2017

Pepsi Swings Into Cubs Sponsorship With a Photo Op

Pepsi’s #HeyBatterBatter photo activation capitalized on the Chicago Cubs’ playoff run to create excitement around Pepsi’s partnership as the Official Soft Drink of the team. The photo op featured four oversized seats inspired by the section of seats in Wrigley’s Field located beneath the scoreboard known as the “Batter’s Eye” seats and a replica scoreboard....

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