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Zombies Virus Spreading Across Ontario Help Your Company Thrive…
Hello Apocalypse Partner,
The looming apocalypse is the perfect chance to leverage all three of 2014’s hottest consumer engagement trends:
1. Zombies (a $5 billion industry)
2. Obstacle courses (Tough Mudder phenomena)
3. Fan conventions (ComicCon)
It’s human survivors against zombies hordes this Spring through Fall 2014 as Ready, Set, DIE! (formerly The Running Dead) ramps up for a seven city, 5K obstacle course and zombie festival event series with a projected 39,000 in attendance!
Download our sponsorship package or contact us for more info because we’ve looking for apocalypse partners!
More than just putting up your logo…
With 900,000 plus media impressions in 2013 sponsors have the chance to be a part of the runaway hit event that captured the attention of genre fans and runners of all ages.
In addition to signage, as a sponsor you will have the opportunity to directly engage participants with:
1. Deep integration at obstacle course level: Your brand becomes a physical part of the game-like obstacle experience with humans and zombies interacting with your brand designed to highlight product features and benefits.
Your brand can have a spot on our hot new mobile app, available on all mobile devices, in game, and out, immediate push notifications bring your offers and messaging right to the dead and undead to see.
At our inaugural event, we trained over 1,000 people in 3 Step CPR with our integrated Heart & Stroke Foundation obstacle, which allowed humans to earn new lives! We were able to raise funds for the charity at the same time and help save a real life in the future.
Please download our sponsorship package that highlights the value for your company in participating, and why we are confident Ready, Set, DIE! will positively impact and meet your brand’s marketing objectives for 2014.
The Apocalypse is coming. Which side are you on? Contact us to discuss the opportunity further. Thank you for your consideration.
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