Shopping mall puts analogue spin on Pinterest marketing

Pinterest is a winning channel for brands to show off their products in splendid technicolour. Now a Kiwi shopping mall is marketing itself with has a very analogue take on the social media channel.

The Base, New Zealand’s largest shopping mall complex, will bring social media into the real world with a real life-sized Pinterest experience.

The real life Pinterest will be available on 15 and 16 November and shoppers will be invited to pin down their summer Christmas wishlist and make their own pinboard inside the shopping complex. Every Pinterest board created will give shoppers the chance to take home what they have pinned.

“We are excited to launch My Real Life Pinterest for the first time in New Zealand, right here at The Base and engage with our public in a way that hasn’t been done before,” says Angela Young, marketing manager at The Base.

Pinterest is one of the fastest growing social networks online and The Base’s “My Real Life Pinterest” will be the first interactive event of its kind in New Zealand.

This one-off event is open to all shoppers and fashion enthusiasts around the country, with the challenge to pin down their summer holiday’s wishlist in just 5 minutes.

‘My Real Life Pinterest’ will be a hybrid of real time and online social media interaction, including instant photo sharing of the Pinterest boards created by the public.

More information on New Zealand’s first real life Pinterest created at The Base, will be available soon on http://www.pinterest.com/thebaseshopping, www.the-base.co.nz and http://www.te-awa.co.nz.

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