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MKTG Takes Home Some Hardware at Event Marketer’s Experience Design & Technology Awards

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MKTG won top honors at the 2016 EventTech/Event Marketer Experience Design & Technology Awards in Las Vegas. The ceremony is the world’s largest and only recognition program honoring the brands and partners creating the best-designed experiences and the most effectively “wired” engagements. Amid 1,000+ of the industry’s top event marketers, MKTG was in full force to accept their big wins, including:

Best Consumer Environment
Gold Winner
MKTG
Campaign: Gatorade Fuel Lab
Client: PepsiCo

Best Permanent or Pop-Up Retail Experience
Bronze Winner
MKTG
Campaign: The Levi’s Lot
Client: Levi’s

Huge shout outs to our awesome client partners Gatorade and Levis for whom we brought to life the touring Gatorade Fuel Lab & The Levi’s Lot at Super Bowl 50. Much gratitude. 

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–Contributed by MKTG Global Communications team

 

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Memorial Day & Captain Morgan in Vegas!

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While we were all taking a well-deserved break this Memorial Day weekend, Captain Morgan was busy celebrating the holiday in true Vegas style!
It was an epic gathering of course- the MKTG team seized a pro-active opportunity to create real-time content for the brand (in under 24 hours!) and further enhance our Diageo partnership.
#SunsOutRumsOut #KCCO
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Written by Andrea D'Alessandro
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May 31st, 2016 at 11:40 am

Smirnoff Rendezvous: EDC Las Vegas

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The world’s largest vodka brand continued their efforts to shun the pretentious vibes that has consumed the vodka category and be the brand leading the way for social inclusivity. Continuing of the momentum from their “Exclusively for Everybody” campaign launch, a massive EDM partnership with Live Nation tied the knot with what is one of the least pretentious communities. Smirnoff and MKTG Inc. did not waste any time and created the Rendezvous meet-up spot consumer experience seeking to build authentic relationships with Millennials by genuinely enhancing their festival experience. First up on the schedule, the Super Bowl of EDM festivals…

400,000+ dance music fans from all across the world gathered at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in June to dance from dusk till dawn at the Electric Daisy Carnival. Insomniac’s annual flagship event has grown into the western hemisphere’s largest EDM festival and this year’s event featured eight brand new stages that were curated specifically to offer different sounds from 150 Top DJs from across the world including: Hardwell, Above & Beyond, Bassnectar and many more. 

The Rendezvous’ was the perfect place to Refresh, Recharge & Reunite for all 21+ ravers, which made waiting for your tardy friends much more enjoyable. Refresh stations and charging pods let guests clean up and charge their phones while they sipped on custom EDC themed cocktails. Custom designed red bandanas were given out to guests and professional body artists enhanced looks with UV owl art. The shuffle stage gave fans a large platform to show off their moves which were projected to thousands of folks walking the Rainbow Road strip on LED screens outside the entrance. When everyone’s crew finally made it to the meet-up spot, a group photo in front of the Smirnoff daisy filled eyebrow and red cup art installation was a must before heading back out into the Madness. After 3 nights filled with fuzzy boots, fireworks and desert sunrises the kickoff to a busy year filled with 20+ major EDM music festivals was well underway.

Keep an eye out at your next EDM festival for the Smirnoff Rendezvous and have your crew meet-up with us there.

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Written by Paige McConney
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September 11th, 2015 at 10:16 am

CÎROC Rocks Vegas and Miami

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In partnership with SBE Hotels, MKTG ideated and managed custom footprints at SLS hotel properties for CÎROC in Las Vegas and Miami Beach inspired by St. Tropez summer aesthetic and lifestyle. Aimed at engaging with the aspirational luxury consumer, these poolside activations featured branded spatial elements, VIP gifting and custom sampling mechanics executed thoughout the month of July. Over 5,000 consumers sampled with special appearances by MSTRKRFT, Matisyahu, and New World Punx. 

 

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Written by Paige McConney
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August 25th, 2015 at 4:49 pm

What Happened In Vegas Didn’t Stay In Vegas

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The 14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards is the most coveted and prestigious awards show in Latin Music. November 21st 2013 saw the crème de la crème of the Latin music scene flock to Las Vegas for an unforgettable celebration.

CIROC joined the party this year with its inaugural event sponsorship. To highlight its presence and capture the spirit of the Latin community, the brand called upon MKTG INC to activate a series of ancillary events.

First up, MKTG INC designed and produced CIROC’s official after-party for the ‘Person Of The Year’ tribute gala, which honored Spanish superstar Miguel Bose.  Overlooking the bright lights of the strip, this event took place at Mix on the 64th floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. MKTG INC transformed this space into a futuristic setting, complete with space-aged dancers, live DJs and a spectacular customized DJ booth and LED backdrop that looked like something out of the Starship Enterprise.  VIPs, celebrities, influencers and guests of CIROC were also treated to the mixology skills and cocktail experience of two of the world’s best bartenders – Mario Seijo and David Rios.

The following night at the official Latin Grammy after party, MKTG INC created an exclusive “celebrity lounge” for CIROC that included a red carpet arrivals area and a dedicated interview platform for E! Latin America, CIROC’s exclusive media partner. Once again, Mario Seijo and David Rios were on hand to treat guests to a collection of cocktails that highlighted the premium vodka’s fresh and distinctive flavor.

In addition to hosting these outstanding events, CIROC gifted custom engraved bottles of CIROC to celebrities and VIPs via the Latin Grammys gifting suite.

These incredible experiences left a lasting impression on all who were lucky enough to attend; and for those that didn’t, you can rest assure that ‘what happened in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas’ thanks to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. #CirocLatinGrammys

Written by: Tom Rutherford

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Smirnoff Mixes It Up @ the iHeart Radio Music Festival

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The triple digit heat did not stop music lovers converging on Las Vegas for the third-annual iHeartRadio Music Festival sponsored by Smirnoff Vodka. Elton John, Drake, Robin Thicke, Fun, Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Tim McGraw, Paul McCartney and Justin Timberlake were just a few names that rocked the MGM Grand on September 20th-21st. This year, the festival grew significantly with the addition of the 15,000-person Festival Village.

Consumers flooded onto a freshly paved parking lot near the Strip to hear their favorite bands belt out 20 minute sets on two different stages. The most notable performance, was from (SURPRISE, SURPRISE) Miley Cyrus. This was her first major performance since the VMAs. JayCeeOh, winner of this season of Smirnoff’s Master of the Mix series on VH1, played three separate sets throughout the day, giving shout-outs to Smirnoff throughout the day.

MKTG INC activated the Smirnoff tent within the village where festival-goers participated in a silent disco featuring sets from four different Master of the Mix DJs throughout the day. Guests received the ultimate  “silent” party experience as they broke it down on the dance floor and sampled one of the four complimentary signature Smirnoff cocktails, including the newest flavors to hit the market, Smirnoff Wild Honey and Smirnoff Cinna-Sugar Twist. Smirnoff also sponsored the backstage lounge at the MGM Grand and all VIP areas within the village.

After 2 days of rock ‘n’ roll in the desert, concert-goers headed back to their respective cities hoping to return next year and “mix” it up all over again.

Written by: Melissa Fitzgibbon

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