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— Houston Public Works (@HoustonPWE) October 31, 2018
The City of Houston is trying to strike fear and inspiration in the hearts of citizens this Halloween using a clever guerrilla marketing campaign inspired by “It,” the blockbuster 2017 film. The city’s public works department tied red balloons to drains around the city to encourage people to adopt and clean them. A video of the marketing campaign has collected more than 1,000 views on Twitter as of 1 p.m. Wednesday.
In a bid to end your shared workspace woes, the tech giant’s design studio, Future Life Factory, has created what are basically horse blinders for humans.
Mini USA for the first time is letting car shoppers request a test drive of two of its latest car models via Twitter. Those who tweet #MINIonDemand to the @MINIUSA account will receive a website link to register for a free 30-minute test drive, which includes delivery of the vehicle directly to their doorsteps, according to an announcement shared with Mobile Marketer.
For Halloween, Skittles created a mobile home that roams the streets of Toronto and invites everyone to trick-or-treat it! They handed our free skittles from inside the home and if you took a photo, posted it to Twitter with the hashtag #HouseThatTrickOrTreatsYou, they made a donation to Ronald McDonald House (up to a max of $10k).
Reese’s Halloween vending machine