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MKTG ATL Hosts Experiential Showcase

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The head nod. The aspiration of every capabilities presentation.

Problem is, nods of assent look suspiciously like the onset of an afternoon nap.

So, what’s the best way to keep people’s attention during a capabilities presentation? That was the question MKTG Atlanta set out to answer.

Being in the show-don’t-tell marketing channel, the answer was easy.

On June 21st, the MKTG Atlanta office held its first Experiential Showcase for clients, brands, and related agencies in an authentically MKTG way; by letting them experience them firsthand. They created an awesome environment full of food, drinks, music and a sampling of the innovations that they’ve recently developed that have toured the country over the last year. With an escape room, unique top tennis challenge, arcade games, AR experiences, MKTG merch and plenty of monitors and TV walls featuring MKTG content, guests left with a deeper appreciation of what MKTG can bring to the party.

Take a look at the video above or HERE and the gallery below to get a peek into the action! Thanks to everyone that came out. We hope you had as much fun as we did!

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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

June 28th, 2018 at 12:49 pm

AT&T Final Four Fan Fest, March Madness & Tip Off Tailgate!!

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MKTG was thrilled to manage three separate AT&T activations during Final Four Fan Fest, March Madness & Tip Off Tailgate over the past few weeks! Our AT&T activation at Final Four Fan Fest was a 4-day hoops fan fest at the George R Brown Convention Center. It was an awesome space that featured: appearances by basketball legends and current college coaches, the AT&T Pressure Point, a fully-immersive experience leveraging AT&T technology that puts you on the foul line with a chance to win the NCAA Championship, a relaxing space to charge your devices while watching DIRECTV, a Vine Studio to beef up your social media game at the Final Four and a hoops legend photo op inside an AT&T Connected Car, powered by in-vehicle wi-fi. Take a look at the photo journey below:

 

The March Madness Music Festival was a 3-day music festival at Discovery Green in Downtown Houston, TX. Friday night was AT&T’s entitlement night, called AT&T Block Party #attblockparty where Lukas Graham, Panic! At the Disco and Fall Out Boy performed and absolutely brought the house down!

 

There was a brand experience and lounge activation all three nights featuring super cool dome structures with great lighting effects, customized screen print t-shirts, a Vine Studio to beef up your social media game at the festival, watch VR footage of other music performances in the Samsung VR area, a relaxing space to charge your devices while watching DIRECTV, a 360-degree photo op, Tip Off Tailgate, a 3-day tailgate activation outside nrg Stadium, AT&T Charging Zone featuring valet and while-you-wait charging, along with live DIRECTV to watch pre-game coverage!

 

 

 

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