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July 29, 2019

Charles Smith Wines at L.A. Pride: Drumlines, Drag Queens and a Double-Decker

This year’s L.A. Pride Parade featured plenty of big-name sponsors, but few matched the multi-faceted campaign delivered by Washington-based Charles Smith Wines. The brand went far beyond banners and logos, unleashing a double-decker bus that doubled as a parade float, photo ops, giveaways and surprise performances, all geared towards celebrating and advocating for the LGBTQ...

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July 23, 2019

50 Years of Progress: How Brands Commemorated Pride Month

When we think about Pride Month today, visions of parades, rainbows and celebratory events often come to mind. It’s hard to believe that just a few decades ago, discrimination against the LGBTQ community was rampant and police raids at LGBTQ hangouts were widespread. But in June of 1969, when New York City police raided the...

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July 15, 2019

Four Steal-Worthy Strategies for an Art-Driven Marketing Event

Art, in all of its forms, can be a powerful engagement tool. It evokes emotion, inspires creativity and often educates observers in one way or another. Event marketers have been cleverly incorporating art-based engagements into their events for years, but a recent crop of brands, from hotels to banks, is turning art itself into the...

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July 12, 2019

Hendrick’s Makes Gin ‘Approachable’ with a Summery Sampling Experience

To introduce its limited-edition batch of Midsummer Solstice to new consumers, Hendrick’s Gin activated a floral pop-up installation at Pershing Square Café adjacent to New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, June 5-7. In addition to sampling bars offering two different gin cocktails, photo moments overflowing in flowers of all colors and sizes were the main...

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July 9, 2019

Cantroller, Twitch Launch and E3: How Miller Lite is Scoring with Gamers

With the meteoric rise of business opportunities in esports, brands are jockeying for a piece of the action with sponsorships, experiences and, in the case of Miller Lite, a beer can you can play video games with. Miller Lite introduced a 10-button “Cantroller,” crafted with a flexible circuit board, Bluetooth technology and a three-hour (rechargeable)...

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