Jul 12 2017
Our Melbourne, Florida event marketing planning and production efforts reach across North America. With that it means our trucks, clients’ products and our event staff are put through logistical gauntlets. With all that travel come stories. The people, places, weather, and everything else that we encounter that are unexpected is what makes event marketing so unique… it’s all memorable. The event itself better be very memorable for the consumer in attendance but it’s the time in-between that’s so memorable for the teams putting the ‘show’ on the road.
LOOK produced a four event Test Ride Experience Tour in Texas for our longest standing client Sea-Doo watercraft. On the way from Florida to Texas our lead event specialist Jeremy Schandelmayer had to deal with driving one of our box trucks with vehicle trailer in tow through Tropical Storm Cindy. While that was thankfully uneventful, what he found on the other side of the storm, wandering aimlessly along the white line of Interstate 10, was memorable. A hitchhiker? Not in one of our event trucks. But there’s always an instance where an exception has to be made. After all, ‘event’ is the prefix to ‘eventful.’
LOOK at being memorable by being a good human.
Jul 04 2017
Video production can break down barriers. One of the barriers to purchase and re-purchase recreational products is for the consumer to carve out time in their busy schedules to enjoy the use of the product – be it boats, motorcycles, off road vehicles, bicycles, snowmobiles, personal watercraft, etc.
The reality is, a memory of a lifetime usually takes place in a short moment. Our most recent web video campaign for client Sea-Doo showcases how you, and your family and friends, can have more fun in one fun-filled, action packed, epic adventure day on your rec product than in a month or summer of the ordinary. These branded content videos showcase the value of how living the Sea-Doo Life, even if only one day, can be worth every penny.
This series will include five videos. Two of the videos have been published on Sea-Doo’s social channels – as of July 4th. The first featuring social media superstar, teen heart throb, and handlebar athlete Hayes Grier who lives on Lake Norman in North Carolina. Hayes shows how he and his buddies have One Fun Day. His family and friends live the Sea-Doo Life lake front style using the recreational segment models of the Sea-Doo line.
The second video production is performance model focussed and was strategically scheduled to post leading into the July 4th time frame to inspire true independence with wounded military veteran and professional athlete Anthony Radetic. Radetic and his family travel together to various personal watercraft races around the US and world. This allows them to spend quality time together and supports Anthony’s drive to be independent, free of his wheelchair, while feeding his competitive spirit.
This is the perfect July 4th story for the Sea-Doo brand. Enjoy One Fun Day with the Radetic Family
Follow Sea-Doo Social Media to see the next three ‘One Fun Day’ videos and learn how Fun runs in the Sea-Doo family.