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Sprint UnlimitedBowl Sprint UnlimitedBowl

As a brand competing outside of an official Super Bowl sponsorship, Sprint contracted an OOH professional to execute an experiential guerrilla activation. It wanted to create a presence on the ground leading up to game day that would engage attendees and raise awareness of Sprint's offerings around the Super Bowl in Houston.

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T-Mobile T-Mobile

T-Mobile was announcing and launching the Un-Carrier 11. To support this announcement, the team was tasked to take-over digital screens in the surrounding area, to allow for a Magenta Backdrop.

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Sprint Sprint

Sprint was recently ranked tied for 1st place for call and network reliability in the Pittsburgh market. The company needed to find a compelling way to introduce that it is the most reliable network in the region.

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Boost Boost

Boost's campaign strategy was to reach consumers on the go in high-traffic areas, ultimately keeping it at the top of mind.

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Sprocket Wireless Sprocket Wireless

Sprocket Wireless was looking to generate awareness and excitement about its flexible wireless and data plans at low costs for the consumer.

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In April 2010, AT&T launched a brand repositioning campaign: “Rethink Possible.” The company wanted to transition from a telecommunications company to a company grounded in innovation. 

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Windstream Communications Windstream Communications

In the summer of 2006, Valor Communications and the landline business of Alltel merged to form Windstream Communications.

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