New video by mangomoose
November 18, 2008, 1:03 pm
Filed under: • Campus Street Teams, • Street Teams

Hey everyone!

We just wanted to let you know that we’ve uploaded a new promotional video.

Check it out below and make sure to visit our Media section for more videos.

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Getting Chlamydia out of our schools by mangomoose

During the week of November 3rd, Mango Moose Media partnered with Toronto Public Health for a special campaign promoting safe sex among students.

A street team visited six Toronto schools with higher rates of Chlamydia in their student body. They handed out condom wallets, t-shirts, and pens while encouraging students to get tested for STI’s and to practice safe sex.

Thousands of students and teachers were reminded about the importance of getting tested for STI’s.

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Shocking Canadian Campuses by mangomoose

Together with Random House, Mango Moose Media distributed posters around college and university campuses promoting Naomi Klein’s latest book, The Shock Doctrine.

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Mango Moose gets down with the students. by mangomoose
January 22, 2008, 8:27 pm
Filed under: • Campus Street Teams

Mango Moose Media Adds Three New Guerilla Marketing Products

Toronto-based Mango Moose Media has added three new products to its roster of non-traditional media: High School Poster Sniping, Campus Poster Sniping and On Campus Street Teams.

The High School network places posters around high schools in the Greater Toronto Area. The 11” x17” posters are placed in front of the schools and near local bus stops. The network reaches 100,000 students in the hard to reach 14-18 year old demographic.

Campus Postering places posters near post secondary institution campuses from coast to coast. The network covers the areas around 36 campuses across Canada and reaches 986,000 students.

In addition, Mango Moose has added On Campus Street Teams at all major campuses across Canada. This network puts promotional reps on campuses that engage and interact with students, while helping build brand image and awareness.

Peace Arch Entertainment recently used Campus Postering to launch its new DVD release PIGS.

“These are great guerrilla media vehicles to target a traditionally hard-to-reach demographic, as they are the trendsetters in a household, and their needs and wants influence a majority of purchases made by their parents,” says Vab Sethi, account manager.

Among other Moose Media alternate advertising products are: Street Teams, Poster Sniping, Floating Billboards, Pizza Box Advertising and Car Wraps.

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