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Timberland Gives Pollution the Boot at the Santa Monica Pier

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Life-size Timberland boot a Santa Monica Pier.

By Kate Bunster, Director of Marketing and Communications
EventPermits, LLC

This past weekend, we helped Timberland place a life-size replica of their iconic boot on the Santa Monica Pier. The 13-foot boot grabbed the attention of passersby, serving as the perfect selfie opportunity for social media; and attracted customers to their Third Street location.

Inside the Timberland store, shoppers were given the opportunity to pledge to live a greener life by reducing their carbon footprint.

The Santa Monica activation piggybacked off of a new environmental campaign that Timberland rolled out earlier this Fall, “Born in the Woods, Raised in the City.”

The campaign included multiple activations throughout the New York City market including a pop-up park in the Flatiron District, a Fifth Avenue concept store and an urban greening project in East Harlem.

#NatureNeedsHeros #TimberlandBoots #Timberland #EarthKeepersUnite #TimberlandNYC

EVENTPERMITS REFLECTS: OUR TOP 5 FAVORITE EXPERIENTIAL ACTIVATIONS OF ALL TIME

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By Kate Bunster
Director of Marketing and Communications

Though it may be hard to believe, the end of another year is upon us! Often symbolizing new beginnings, the new year also serves as a time of reflection for many people. Here at EventPermits™, our team is going into New Year’s Eve feeling extremely grateful for the amazing projects we have worked on. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite experiential activations throughout the years and are looking forward to continuing to “Permit the Impossible” in 2019.

1.Nivea Garden of Love

Love was definitely in the air throughout Nivea’s Garden Of Love, a holiday pop-up which activated in Times Square on Valentine’s Day. Inside the garden, lovebirds had the opportunity to have their photo taken on a swinging love seat with Lisa Rinna or Chrisette Michele and win prizes from an interactive wishing well. The images were then pushed directly to a nearby digital screen and sent directly to their mobile phones for easy social sharing! #TouchAndBeTouched

2. David Blaine Times Square Stunt

Famously known for his mind-boggling stunts, David Blaine knows how to keep people on the edge of their seats. When we were approached by our client to work on this project for Target’s 3 Day Black Friday Sale, we knew it would be one to remember! The stunt consisted of Blaine entering a spinning gyroscope, which he was challenged to escape – 52 hours without food, water or sleep. If he was to complete the challenge, Target agreed to a shopping spree for 100 families in need to shop at their Jersey City store with Blaine leading the way. Of course, he succeeded.

3. Shameless Ice Sculpture, Chicago

Working with our client, we helped kick off the new season of Shameless with this iconic ice Sculpture in Chicago. The sculpture consisted of more than 18,000 pounds of ice and served as the perfect backdrop for social media selfies!

4. Scrubbing Bubbles “Let’s Bubble” NYE Campaign

On New Year’s Eve, we helped Scrubbing Bubbles kick off their “Let’s Bubble” campaign. Consumers had the opportunity to nominate locations throughout the country that they felt needed some “bubble love.” Using our proprietary Street-to-Screen™ technology, those nominations were projected on the digital screens in Times Square for all to see. #Let’sBubble

5. Marshalls Father’s Day Wall

On June 13th, we helped Marshall’s install a 30-foot by 30-foot wall in NYC’s Flatiron District. Secured to the wall were Father’s Day gifts, which included luggage, a bike, cookware, a kayak and more. When passersby approached the wall, they were asked to tell their best “dad joke.” Then, they could select from the displayed merchandise, which was retrieved by a certified climber. #MarshallsSurprise.

Navigating the NYC Holiday Permit Embargo

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Still hoping to activate your event in NYC during the upcoming holiday period? We can help!

By, Tommy Hennigan – Contributor
Partner, EventPermits LLC

 

The annual NYC Holiday Permitting Embargo will commence on Thursday, November 15, 2018, and run through Wednesday, January 2, 2019, from 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. 

During this embargo period, all roadway, sidewalk, and DOT Plaza activities will be restricted, and no permits will be issued or honored by The City of New York, in the confines of the multiple and various embargoed areas.

Any permits issued prior to the date of this notice, for execution during this embargo period may be suspended for the period noted above, at the discretion of the Mayor’s Office and NYPD.

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In certain situations, it may be possible to be granted a “Special Use Waiver.”  Requests for such waivers should only be requested and submitted for “critical reasons” for a specific project. There is a mandatory Waiver Review Filing Fee, which is required to be paid prior to a waiver being granted, or reviewed.

Prior to this embargo period, all necessary measures must be taken so that all roadways and sidewalks are in proper condition to allow for the expeditious and safe movement of vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.

Please note that this embargo applies to NYC DOT and NYC special event permits.

Still hoping to activate your event in NYC during the upcoming holiday period? We can help!

If you or your client are looking for large footprint, with a high visibility location where your experiential marketing event will not be affected by the holiday permit embargo, (including in the Times Square area), you’ve come to the right place.  But, space, dates and locations are severely limited.

To reserve a great location in NYC for the holidays, please contact us immediately at:  team@eventpermits.com.

Finding the perfect Father’s Day Gift is Just one “Dad Joke” Away with Marshalls

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MarshallsFather’s Day Gift Wall Comes to Flatiron District

Marshalls Father's Day Wall NYC

By, Kate Bunster
Director of Marketing and Communications

Whether you’re a chronic procrastinator or have a Dad that seems to just “have it all,” it’s never a good feeling to be scrambling last-minute for a Father’s Day gift. This year, Marshalls came to the rescue, proving that it’s never too late to find the perfect gift.

On June 13th, we helped the discount retailer install a 30-foot by 30-foot wall in NYC’s Flatiron District. Secured to the wall were Father’s Day gifts, which included luggage, a bike, cookware, a kayak and more. When passersby approached the wall, they were asked to tell their best “dad joke.” Then, they could select from the displayed merchandise, which was retrieved by a certified climber.

When our client, City Eventions, came to us with this exciting project, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work. We wanted to secure the perfect location that would attract the right crowd and increase brand awareness.

Working with our client, we decided on the Flatiron District as the ideal spot for Marshalls to hold this event. Aside from being a tourist spot, Flatiron is home to many restaurants and large businesses. A great location to find that on-the-go consumer!

The Marshalls Father’s Day wall drew a huge crowd and earned a significant amount of social media buzz, using the hashtag #MarshallsSurprise. Even musician Kevin Jonas stopped by to pick out a gift for his dad! Stars- they really are just like us!

To view more coverage from the event visit:

http://creativity-online.com/work/marshalls-giant-fathers-day-wall/54788

http://www.thedrum.com/creative-works/project/leo-burnett-marshalls-fathers-day-billboard

 

#EventPermits   #NYCBuildingDeptPermits   #NYCPlazaPermits   #FlatironDistrict   #EventProfs

Central Perk Pops Up in Soho for Friends 20th Anniversary

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Permitting the most EPIC Pop-up store ever


By, Tommy Hennigan – Contributor
Partner, EventPermits LLC

When you think about some of the most impressive pop-up store activations, what comes to mind? For me, I can’t help but think about the Friends 20th Anniversary Central Perk Coffee Shop in SoHo, NYC.

When Warner Brothers wanted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of NBC’s must see TV” line-up, they looked to our longtime experiential agency client, Source Marketing. Our friends at Source immediately turned to our experienced team to handle all of the permitting and security components.

The month-long activation drew in a line of eager coffee drinkers that stretched out over three city blocks each day. Fans came from near and far to sip on the Central Perk Roast blend from Eight O’Clock Coffee. In collaboration with Warner Brothers, Eight O’Clock also sponsored the pop-up.

The Central Perk Experience

Upon entering the Central Perk “experience,” there were tons of social media and photo opportunities. The interior included a working coffee bar, the cast wardrobe, props from the show, and of course, the famous orange couch.

In addition, the merchandise counter offered memorabilia for purchase from the show, including bags of the special Central Perk Roast blend.

Special events were held at the Central Perk shop throughout the month-long activation. Highlights included musical performances by The Rembrandts (Friends theme song artists), as well as Grammy-winning artist Colbie Caillat. In addition, a special guest appearance was made by James Michael Tyler (Gunther from Friends).

The in-store music playing in the Central Perk pop-up included all of the greatest hits from the classic TV series, including Phoebe’s very own “Smelly Cat!”

All in all, Warner Brothers estimated that the hard work from our client, Source Marketing, was responsible for over 1.6 billion earned media impressions! 

To read more about this activation click here. 

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Kylie Cosmetics Pop-Up Draws Thousands To Bay Area

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Fans camp out for nights to experience Jenner’s brand in-store

By Kate Bunster, Director of Marketing and Communications
EventPermits, LLC

Last week, my team and I headed to the Event Marketer Summit in San Francisco. Since it was my first time in the city, my teammates served as my official tour guides throughout the duration of our visit. I had absolutely no shame in snapping pictures of all the “touristy” stuff!

One morning, we ventured out before heading to our morning session and stumbled upon the Kylie Cosmetics pop-up store on Grant and O’Farrell. The exterior was a two-toned peachy pink and white. Above the entrance read the words, “KYLIE” and “05/18/18,” which was the launch date of the pop-up.

Even though it was still four days out from opening day, it was already creating a ton of buzz. Fans stopped by the storefront to take pictures and get a first look at what the beloved celebrity cosmetics brand had in store for them – no pun intended. The EventPermits™ team was able to catch an exclusive first look at the pop-up before it opened its doors to the public.

The pop-up created so much buzz before launch, that fans began lining up two days before the event. Because of this, many of the streets surrounding the activation footprint were shut down. This probably had something to do with that fact that Kylie posted on social media that she would be dropping by to meet with fans and there would be “some special things” exclusive to the store. As a result of all the excitement surrounding the event, it was reported that the Kylie Cosmetics pop-up event drew in over 2,000 to the Union Square area!

Thanks for all the ❤ today San Francisco! #KyliePopUp

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Were you in the San Francisco area for all the Kylie madness?