Larger than Life Installations by mangomoose
December 2, 2011, 3:49 pm
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CRFA’s Free Your Milk campaign, which featured in several downtown locations including Young and Dundas Square.

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Custom Car Toppers by mangomoose

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Case Studies Coming Soon by mangomoose
May 10, 2010, 4:00 pm
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Though it can be difficult to provide impressions on guerrilla campaigns we can provide details on our creative solutions.

We’re in the process of uploading some case studies, or moose studies if you will,  into a new section of the blog.

Stay tuned for the inside info on some of our custom campaigns.

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Rogers Wireless Bookmarks by mangomoose
April 21, 2010, 2:16 pm
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With a successful run in 2009, Rogers Wireless wanted to continue promoting their roaming plan in the new year.

In partnership with airport distributors across Canada, Rogers Wireless and Mango Moose Media ran a bookmark campaign in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.

Are you looking to get your branding into airports? Give us a shout to hear about upcoming opportunities.

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Rogers Wireless Bookmarks by mangomoose

During a new initiative at Mango Moose Media we produced and distributed some bookmarks for Rogers Wireless long distance plans.

Bookmarks were distributed at retail outlets in all major airports across Canada. Whenever someone bought a book or magazine they were given a Rogers Wireless bookmark encouraging them to call home for less while traveling.

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Vote For Excitement by mangomoose

For the past two months this summer Casino Rama ran a campaign encouraging you to vote “yes” or “no” to excitement. The campaign included TV, radio, and one fun and entertaining guerrilla component.

For 8 weeks over the summer two wrapped Mini Coopers drove around select events and locations to promote the campaign. Each Mini was equipped with a megaphone that encouraged passersby to vote “Yes” or “No” to excitement.

To accompany the guerrilla campaign there was also a one day street team component during a Blue Jays game. A total of 13 street team reps along with the “Yes” and “No” guys took over the Rogers Centre. With “Yes” and “No” buttons in hand, they encouraged fans to vote for excitement at one of the nearby booths.

The end result? You voted “yes” to excitement! Check out the video here.

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