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MKTG NAMED TO 2017 PROMO TOP SHOP LIST BY CHIEF MARKETER MAGAZINE

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MKTG has been named to the 2017 PROMO Top Shops, a listing of the Top 100 U.S. Promotional Marketing Agencies, selected by Chief Marketer editors.

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Excerpt from Chief Marketer:

MKTG – Since October 2015, this Top Shop on-boarded 1,000+ full-time employees in 20+ offices in 17 markets around the globe. Sports consulting agency, Team Epic, was integrated into MKTG operations to add extensive capabilities in sport consulting, sports research and analytics, entertainment and hospitality to MKTG’s existing experiential capabilities. The Gatorade Fuel Lab at SXSW—and on tour—introduced consumers to the   personalized, science-based GX system. Each participant got their own personalized GX bottle filled with a personalized formula. Now that’s performance!

 

–Contributed by MKTG Global Communications team

 

 

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Written by Andrea D'Alessandro
Andrea D'Alessandro

November 14th, 2016 at 11:18 am

MSNBC’s Growing Hope Tour Awarded Best Multicultural Campaign

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The Chief Marketer PRO Awards recognize outstanding promotion marketing campaigns. The awards, now in their 25th year, are the preeminent benchmark for excellence in innovation and creativity that produce stellar results. The winning campaigns are selected by a jury of expert peers.

This year, MKTG is proud to have been a part of MSNBC’s Growing Hope tour, which was awarded the Silver PRO Award for “Best Multicultural/Lifestyle Campaign.”

To further expand MSNBC’s already strong multicultural viewership,  we brought our message of hope to Texas State University, Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn Springfest, Taste of Charlotte, and Essence Fest in New Orleans. At each location, MSNBC set up a Growing Hope Community Garden, where visitors entered a branded greenhouse to enroll in the program at msnbc.com via a custom app. They were then invited to digitally submit their hopes regarding community-relevant issues such as education, equality and the economy. These were immediately printed out, and participants could sit at a workbench and attach the paper to an “issue petal” for planting on the iconic MSNBC Hope Tree outside.

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While at the event, participants could meet MSNBC anchors, watch live broadcasts from the set, and attend current-events forums with guests such as Rev. Al Sharpton. Visitors could then bring home a free Arbor Day Foundation sapling to plant as their own “hope tree.” Videos shot at the events, in which visitors spoke of their hopes and efforts to effect change, were subsequently posted on msnbc.com and nbc.com.

Nearly 15,000 visitors enrolled in the promotion and became members of msnbc.com, enabling the network to continue to communicate with them after the event. The campaign also engaged more than 1 million people via social media and delivered more than 61 million media impressions.

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