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QR Code Panel Presentation for AAF Abilene (Ad Club).

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  • But just because the lack of past usage doesn’t mean that consumers are uninterested in using the technology. 70% of smartphone users would be interested in using it. WHY would consumers want to use a QR code? And as you saw earlier, we have done one to a additional information/video. Enter a sweepstakes and again for more info.

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  • QR…WHY?!
  • QR…WHY?!
  • A QR-HOW TO
  • ACVB QR CODES
  • Cool Examples & New Things to Try
  • Shanna Smith Snyder
    Director of Communication
    Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau
    325.676.2556 (Office)
    shanna@abilenevisitors.com
    @shannasmith
    @AbileneCVB
    Contact Information
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  • Sources
    Abilene CVB Social Media Sites (screenshots)
    Carnival, Delta, Dell, Visit California & Goodwill websites (screenshots)
    Flickr Commons (Photos & graphics)
    MGH Marketing Blog (QR Code chart screenshots)
    Social Media for Arts Service Organizations by Sarah Page (screenshots)