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July 6, 2020

How Brands Delivered Pride Campaigns Amid the Pandemic

In 2019, Pride Month was brimming with sponsorship activations, installations, education and revelry. But all was quiet on the experiential front during June this year. Call it a sign of the times. With parades and other in-person Pride events and experiences canceled in the wake of COVID-19, brands had little room to deliver meaningful campaigns....

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May 6, 2020

How Klarna Engaged Consumers Through a Virtual Drag Brunch Series

For fans and members of the drag community, life without live performances amid the pandemic has been, well, a drag. Fortunately, payment provider Klarna raised spirits and funds for the community with its Breakfast for Dinner virtual drag brunch series. Hosted on Facebook Live by queens Kim Chi and Naomi Smalls, Breakfast for Dinner took...

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August 19, 2019

Inclusive Events: How Brands are Addressing the Needs of All Attendees

Marketers are taking a more holistic approach to build inclusive environments and actively listen to their audience As businesses continue to incorporate diversity and inclusion strategies into their corporate missions, inclusivity will continue to become more important in the world of events. Successful events will be those that create experiences that welcome and represent all...

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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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