I thought it was wild when Nike based their limited edition MAG shoes on the power-lacing, self-illuminated sneaks that Michael J. Fox wore on his hoverboard in Back to the Future Part II. Nike just auctioned off 1500 pairs of the space-age Nike MAG to benefit Parkinson’s Disease research.
Almost as cool was seeing a grassroots fan-created advertisement for the movie shoes etched into a pumpkin!
The Keene Pumpkin Festival in New Hampshire is notorious for attracting Halloween creativity, spirit and humor in the thousands of volunteer-carved designs. The amazing thing about some of the company logos that spontaneously appeared at the festival is that they weren’t paid advertisements.
Check out some of the brands that made dramatic cameos amongst the rows of traditional Jack O’ Lanterns….
Pongr, the mobile photo-sharing game that connects brands with their most devoted fans, is all about celebrating genuine enthusiasm for a company or product. This is a passion that can’t be bought and can’t be faked.
The Hello Kitty pumpkin was undoubtedly carved by someone whose home is overflowing in Sanrio toys, school supplies and jewelry.
I wonder if there are any Hello Kitty fans serving in the Marines?
Whatever your passion is this Halloween, please keep Pongr’ing it!