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Is Bengaluru inching closer to having a ‘Times Square’ like place?
In OOH News By M4G Bureau - March 02, 2018
The Karnataka Government is now mulling over creating a ‘Bangalore Square’ at the junction of Brigade Road and Residency Road
NY-based Brooks Brothers spreads reasons to love Supmia
In Digital OOH By M4G Bureau - June 12, 2017
The transit campaign displays the new Summer Collection and Campaign Features Supima Cotton.
Ciroc's Spirited Holiday Message
Earlier this year , CIROC Vodka, a Sean Diddy Combs brand, approached Monster Media through The Blue Flame Agency to develop a socially integrated OOH campaign to promote responsible behavior during the holidays. Monster Media created a social application that was displayed on a huge Times Square digital billboard at 1568 Broadway on 47th Street. The campaign encouraged viewers to pledge via Twitter using #CirocTheNewYear. Each pledge received then unlocked $100 in safe rides from Uber, with a maximum total of $1,000,000 in free rides. The pledges were filtered to ensure the users were of the right age to participate. Selected messages were then displayed on the digital billboard and all users with an approved message received a photo of their message on the billboard via Twitter.
Reaching out in a snap!
Here's an example of a brand creating live buzz before hitting the store shelves. Quigley Simpson and Monster Media teamed up for the launch two new forms of Secret Clinical Strength: Invisible Solid and Clear Gel. Again Times Square in New York was considered the perfect for the launch activation that included a Portable Storefront: POD, brand ambassadors and a fully interactive experience. Brand ambassadors were on hand to give women free samples of these two new forms, which had not even hit store shelves yet! The women were then encouraged to snap a photo of their 100% Times Square moment at a photo station on the POD and share it on social media. On the opposite side was a 3x3 linked LCD wall where the women could view their photos as well as watch a Secret branded video. Additionally, the wall dynamically pulled social media feeds for passers to view the user feedback.