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December 2, 2019

Lincoln’s Partner-Rich Activation Capitalizes on the Low-Pressure Test Drive

Automakers know that to get consumers to fall in love with a vehicle, they need to get them behind the wheel first. And for a luxury automotive brand like Lincoln, that means avoiding a one-size-fits-all-approach. The brand continues to lean on stylish destinations to supplement the local dealership experience and provide a low-pressure environment for...

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November 19, 2019

#Phonetopia: Visible Brings its Service to Life with a Phone-themed Obstacle Course

For many consumers, a wireless provider is just that—a faceless service that powers their phones. Visible, an all-digital service that utilizes Verizon’s network, is trying to shift that narrative through a combination of community engagement and experiential marketing in an effort to cultivate a more intimate relationship between the brand and its clients, as well...

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November 4, 2019

Bare Snacks’ SoCal Orchard Sampling Pop-up Highlights Real Ingredients

Consumers in Southern California don’t typically get to experience fall foliage and the fun that goes along with it, like jumping into piles of raked leaves and apple picking in orchards. So, to bring a bit of fall to SoCal families while promoting its apple chips to health-conscious consumers, Bare Snacks activated a beachside apple...

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September 30, 2019

LG Demonstrates How ‘Ballers’ Entertain with its Craft Ice House Pop-up

Tapping into its consumer passion points surrounding home entertainment, LG invited influencers to imagine themselves as “baller” hosts in a multi-room pop-up that supported the roll-out in retail stores of the latest line of its refrigerator innovation, the InstaView Door-in-Door with Craft Ice. The new refrigerator offers a dual ice maker that creates spherical craft...

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September 23, 2019

New York Fashion Week Sponsorship: Cocktails, Collabs and Catwalks

New York Fashion Week has a long and storied history that dates back to World War II, when Germany occupied France, and Americans could no longer rely on Parisian designers to determine what was new and next in fashion. The event, originally dubbed “Press Week,” gave American designers a chance to step into the global...

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