Tag Archives: tree guerrilla marketing
November 20, 2011
September 20, 2011
“Even Dry Legs Look Good In Stylish Shoes”
Check out this tree guerrilla marketing campaign by Lux Shoes. “Even dry legs look good in stylish shoes”, and that’s exactly what Lux shoes sought out to portray when they placed stylish shoes on the bottom of tree trunks.
What do you think? Do you think giant shoes make a tree look sexier, even if they are “stylish”?
September 18, 2011
A Healthy Dose of Guerrilla Marketing
Here’s yet another larger-than-life guerrilla marketing campaign for a local food mart which utilizes a giant object that looks like a giant carrot. This guerrilla marketing campaign is pretty innovative in the way that it uses the top of the tree is to mimick the carrot stalk.
September 10, 2011
Want to support rainforest in a creative way AND have your car smell good?
Here’s a creative way to save the trees and support the Amazon Rainforest. In this tree guerrilla marketing campaign cut-down tree car fresheners were distributed to encourage recycling and spread awareness about the shrinking rainforests due to cutting down trees.
July 22, 2011
Headphones DO Grow From Trees!
Skull Candy is coordinating a really neat guerrilla marketing campaign in New York by hanging their famous headphones in trees around the neighborhood.
The effort is to promote the brand and to launch their new Aviator Takeover Campaign. I’m pretty sure the guerrilla marketing campaign is also aimed toward getting people to talk about Skull Candy on Facebook and Twitter.
Check out the video below found on Twitter. New Yorkers, has anyone come up on any free headphones yet? If you haven’t, make like a tree and leave (your house so you can find these bad jackson’s and brag to all of us here).