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Citi at MWC 2017: Helping Business Leaders “Get There” Faster

Mobile World Congress is an annual event that draws more than 100,000 global business leaders and innovators in the mobile industry to Barcelona, Spain. For their 2017 MWC sponsorship, Citi created an environment that beckoned to busy attendees, “Let Us Get You There,” underscoring the brand’s mission to help customers achieve their vision faster. From February… Read more »

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New client pick-up: Driving innovation with Uber

We’re thrilled to announce that we recently launched a new client relationship with Uber. We look forward to a collaborative long-term partnership with Uber as we apply our experiential industry chops to helping this boundary-pushing tech leader drive future innovations. Welcome, Uber! 

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Walmart Hotel Style NYC Takeover

Last weekend, PBJS was in New York City helping client Walmart introduce their new Walmart Hotel Style bedding collection to unsuspecting NYC marathon runners. At a pre-race breakfast, actress Malin Akerman revealed why the runners may have gotten a better night’s sleep — thanks to the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel swapping their regular sheets for Walmart’s… Read more »

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Outside Lands 2016: Next-Level Fun in the PayPal Arcade

The Outside Lands Music Festival has come and gone – like the fog off San Francisco Bay – and we were there once again, supporting our friends at PayPal. This year’s activation leveled up on experiential with The Arcade, a lounge equipped with retro video games and the ever-captivating claw challenge, in addition to charging… Read more »

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PBJS Wins 2016 Ex Award for PayPal Listing Day Events

PBJS is proud to share that we won an Event Marketer Ex Award, the top prize in the “Best Multi-Market Event (B-to-B)” category for our work on the PayPal Listing Day campaign. This two-day celebration kicked off in NYC’s Time Square on July 20, 2015, and the party continued at PayPal offices around the world…. Read more »

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Event Marketer: CITI GETS SOCIAL AT TASTE OF THE NATION EVENTS

PBJS, Publicis and MAC Presents recently produced a series of culinary events for Citi in New York to reward their cardmembers with a delicious experience while benefitting the No Kid Hungry program.  Here’s how EventMarketer summed up the PBJS-produced Social Vending Machine: Attendees who posted to social media at the machine, located near Joanne Chang’s Flour Bakery… Read more »

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Required Viewing: The PBJS Experiential Reel

From stadium-sized live events to street-side guerrilla marketing, PBJS creates Experiences That Stick. Watch our reel for a sampling of our experiential work with brands like HBO Game of Thrones, Microsoft, PayPal, Sephora, eBay and Samsung. 

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TechReady22: That’s a wrap!

Last week, Keith, Marty, Michael, Anna and Aurora from the PBJS Seattle crew took a minute to relax with some new friends at the end of TechReady22, Microsoft’s twice-annual internal readiness event.   

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Marketing on the Move: Three mobile tours that delivered

In our latest white paper, Marketing on the Move: A PBJS Guide to Experiential Tours, we map out how to plan a mobile tour that thrills and engages consumers, while meeting clients' goals. Here, then, are case studies for three brands who do it well -- with with a little help from the pros at PBJS.

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Around the World in 75 Crates: Lessons from the ‘Game of Thrones’ tour

When I first learned that PBJS would be working on Game of Thrones: The Exhibition, I was thrilled and I knew I had to be a part of it. As a long-time, diehard fan of the show, I was excited not only to step inside the world of Westeros myself (and take my rightful place… Read more »

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