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WANTED: tantrums, tears and toddlers

Theme parks are a playground for PR stunts, from banning selfie sticks to preventing customers from wearing certain colours so they ‘don’t scare the animals‘ it’s easy and effective for raising awareness for a new attraction. Last week, it was the turn of Chessington World of Adventurers and the folks at FrankPR to pitch the story to the national news desks. Chessington was on the look out...

TalkTalk TV partners with nations’ most honest movie critics: 5 year-olds

There’s an old adage about never working with kids. TalkTalk TV took the brave step of recruiting 10 of the nation’s most vocal and honest critics to give their super-cute opinions on some of this year’s Oscars films. Created by the team at MHP, Kids Critics was made to support research that revealed 7 in 10 Brits haven’t seen any of the Oscars films yet with many waiting when they become...

HiyaCar create mobile office to help commuters with tube strike

Car sharing company, HiyaCar, has created a ‘mobile office’ for frustrated commuters in London who have had their journey to work disrupted by today’s tube strike. The van was giving out free coffee and hosting free wifi this morning – something I’m sure stressed and late employees appreciated. This quick and simple stunt received good interaction and engagement on Twitter, with many...

Thousands of Swedes ignored homeless people offering free event tickets

Folkoperan is an opera house in Stockholm, Sweden. The opera house is currently playing host to its spring show, ‘God Disguised‘, which premiered on the 15th of February and runs until the 26th of March. To promote the show, and illustrate how exposed groups are ignored in society (a theme in the show), Folkoperan and a number of homeless people performing in it took to ten different street locations...

BrewDog introduces ‘Puppy Parental Leave’

BrewDog is known for having dogs at the centre of their business, and is very public about their decision to let workers bring their dogs into the office. However now they’ve taken the dog loving to another level, offering all of their employees a week off to look after their new pooches in a scheme called ‘Puppy Parental Leave’. BrewDog says that all of their crew members around the world will be...

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