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January 25, 2021

A Bold Message Takes Flight for Natty Light’s College Debt Relief Campaign

Stumble-upon discoveries are one of the ways experiential marketers are activating creatively and safely in the time of COVID-19. For Anheuser-Busch’s Natural Light, a captivating installation in Grand Central Terminal in New York City helped tell a bold story in a socially distanced yet highly shareable manner. Mixing high-value art with inexpensive beer, the brand...

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February 17, 2020

Valentine’s Day Experiential: Consumers Feel the Love with Brand Campaigns

National holidays celebrating everything from hot dogs to bobbleheads may be a modern day marketing phenomenon fueled by social media and p.r., but the modern-day Valentine’s Day holiday, fueled by Hallmark more than 100 years ago, certainly remains the OG. Since it’s a holiday centered on connections, Valentine’s Day presents for experiential marketers plenty of...

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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 1, 2019

Fatherly and Gillette Examine Gender Norms with a Pop-up Gallery Experience

Breaking down gender constructs is no easy feat, but thanks to companies like Gillette and digital media brand Fatherly, progress is being made. The brands recently teamed up for a Father’s Day pop-up gallery experience in New York City where a panel of experts explored fatherhood and the rethinking of masculine “norms.” The experience, dubbed...

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June 21, 2019

MGallery Enlists a Muralist to Transform a Pop-up Hotel Room into a Work of Art

As crowdsourced platforms like Airbnb continue to dominate the hospitality market, traditional hotel brands are dreaming up dynamic live experiences that allow them to stay competitive. A recent example is the MGallery Hotel Collection, which launched a 24-hour interactive art installation in the middle of Manhattan’s Penn Plaza on June 3 to drum up organic...

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