Small town, big dreams.
Taking the lead on this project was our Event Branding Rockstar, Tyler. As you keep reading you can click through to view perspectives of Victor, our client, and Tyler talking about the problem, solution and results of the Woodsmen Premiere.
What was the main goal you had for this project?
What challenge were you trying to overcome?
What lead you to kick ass media?
overall, what were you trying to accomplish with this premiere?
"I was already familiar with the company but was unaware of the scale their products reached"
how did you solve the clients problem?
how did you come up with the strategy for this project?
"They were blown away when they saw it"
what products did you decide on, and why?
The first backdrop was 10’ tall and 20’ long. This along with the amazing graphics that they provided gave a huge wow factor and created something that most locals had never even seen, it also really helped capture the true size of The Woodsmen.
The second backdrop was 8’ tall and 10’ wide. We used this as an entrance piece for all the cast and crew so that they could be interviewed in front of everyone as the crowd entered the theatre.
Along with the backdrops we laid down 40’ of red carpet and black rope with gold stanchions. We helped them with exactly what they wanted and that was “To Go Big Or Go Home”.”
was there a lot of collaboration between you and the client?
They called in and told me what they wanted to achieve and we jumped on board to make it possible. We used previous experiences of ours to recommend what we thought would work and the client came back with what they needed at minimum. We then had our designers do mock ups of how it could look based on the artwork and graphics the client provided, we spoke everyday over the phone and email until we found something we were happy with. Throughout the process I made a trip out to meet the client and their office and they did the same to see ours. Once everything was printed we did a mock setup in our showroom so the client could do a look over of everything.
They were blown away when they saw it. I felt they didn’t realize how big we were helping make their event until they saw the finished product. We were there every step of the way with the client to help with anything they needed all the way up to the event, where we did the setup and tear down to make things even easier on the day of.”
What results did the client see from the help of kick ass media?
How did the event benefit from the help of kick ass media?
What did you learn from this experience?
T: “I learned from this experience that thinking outside the box and collaborating with your clients and co-workers can create something unimaginable. It helps when working on these projects to know you’re not alone and the people you’re working with are there every step of the way.”
What did your strategy achieve?
What impact did the results have on the clients business/event?
Thank you so much to Kick Ass Media for going the extra mile and making our event one to remember. Your team was not only professional but a whole lot of fun to work with as well.”