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how fun would this be in the backyard?
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Very creative and powerful marketing.
Live band and all. I love it!
I think about events like this before the Internet. They probably attracted hundreds of people just like this did. However, with the Internet and social you can now get your event in front of thousands of others and get a much stronger ROI.

Do you think the quality of events will go up because of this? Have they already?
That could be an interesting startup specializing in a very niche element of event marketing--turning your product into a real-life event and getting the event viewed through social.
In today's marketing, the social aspect should sustain the event. But the event cannot be boring and old school as it off it is.

It's really no different than any other marketing that is remarkable.
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