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Location:  Charlotte, NC ; Columbus, OH ; Houston, TX ; Kansas City, MO ; Phoenix, AZ ; Salt Lake City, UT

In preparation for the launch of Spring Black Friday, street marketing teams became ninjas, anonymously flowerblasting various neighborhoods and communities to spread awareness.  Teams of two delivered the flowerpots assembled the day before to 250 locations across six markets. This guerrilla marketing project spread spring fever and looks like they had a fun time surprising people with gifts on their doorstep!

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Attack! Brand Ambassadors and Promotional Models attended numerous NHL games to promote branding of one of the NHL’s biggest sponsors, Phillips Norelco.  8 teams of Brand Ambassadors have been making their presence known inside stadiums during the NHL Playoffs. Brand Ambassadors passed out collateral and helped sports fans enter a sweepstake via tablet device.  Lucky NHL spectators also got the opportunity to take a picture with a life size cut out of their favorite hockey player and upload it straight to Facebook!

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Location: Houston, TX; New York, NY; New Brunswick, NJ; Long Beach, CA; East Lansing, MI; Miami, FL; Fort Worth, TX; Ann Arbor, MI; Fullerton, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Boston, MA

Kno “College Blitz” Program visited students at 25 college’s nationwide to promote Kno’s mission to shake up higher education by making learning engaging, efficient, and social for students!  Students acted as Brand Ambassadors and Campus Reps by used their own social media accounts to further spread Kno’s message and benefits to not only their peers, but also Teacher’s Assistants and Professors. Students were able to participate in live demonstrations and collect Kno handouts to pass out in dining halls, classes, and dorms!

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Location: Glendale, CA; San Francisco, CA; Miami, FL; Schaumburg, IL; Williamsburg, NY; Plano, TX

In support of National Random Acts of Kindness Week, Attack! and Master Lock sent out street marketing teams to hit just about every corner in America; from Los Angeles to New York and from Miami to Schaumburg.  Street teams hit gyms, fitness centers, and parks to pass out brand new locks and spread awareness about Master Lock products.  Using SMILE (Social Media in Live Events) each Brand Ambassador posted on their Facebook and Twitter pages before, during, and after the event to draw in an even larger crowd.  Looks like they had an amazing time giving out locks AND random kindness!

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Locations: Houston, TX; Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC

Attack! executed a street marketing sampling activation in six major markets to create buzz and excitement around the nationwide launch of hip-hop mogul 50 Cent’s Street King energy drink. Brand ambassadors engaged consumers at multiple touchpoints with in-store taste tests and street sampling. Sampling activations at major events in each market such as NFC Championship game in San Francisco and NYC Halloween Party thrilled excited patrons in need of an energy boost!

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[Location: Palm Beach, FL; Boca Raton, FL]

Attack! Brand Ambassadors hit the streets again! This time, they went to the Sunshine State to spread some knowledge about exciting penthouse property.   In order to ensure that the ideal clientele was reached, they went to high traffic, upscale shopping and dining areas for street marketing of the lavish properties. Brand Ambassadors engaged with passersby and distributed brochures and flyers.

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Location: New York, NYC

To help create buzz and awareness  for Jamba Juice, Attack! brand ambassadors went bananas across the busy streets of New York City.

Attack! teams of costumed characters conducted choreographed dances dressed as smoothilicious pieces of fruit at selected locations pleasantly surprising passersby.

Who can resist a flash mob of bananas dancing in sync to the Jamba Samba, especially with awesome giveaways like branded bracelets and scarves?

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