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Caribou Coffee Builds Five-Story-High Pinterest Board in Mall of America

Caribou Coffee Builds Five-Story-High Pinterest Board in Mall of America - PRNewser“Pinsperation.” It’s a thing. And brands are taking notice.

Pinterest has become a creative, direct way for brands to engage and inspire their fans and customers–a well-managed pin board can introduce new products, promote ideas, and reach new audiences. But one brand has taken the opportunity a step further by recognizing that inspiration is a two-way street; if a brand can inspire people through Pinterest, then it can also open itself up to be inspired.

Caribou Coffee, along with ad agency Colle+McVoy, has created a five-story-tall “Living Pinterest board,” and has parked it in the middle of the country’s largest shopping center, The Mall of America. The board features two large screens, which display photos from fans on Instagram and Twitter that are tagged with the hashtag #CaribouInspires. The coffee company has used the images and ideas from its customers as inspiration to create its new coffee, Real Inspiration Blend.

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General Motors has chosen The Vox Collective as its 2012 U.S. Hispanic agency after a competitive search. The firm will focus on the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac brands. [via]

Caribou Coffee has chosen Ruder Finn as its AOR after a competitive search that included Padilla Speer Beardsley and Ogilvy. The coffee company’s previous AOR, Exponent PR, didn’t participate in the search. [via PRWeek]

The first Harlem Arts Festival has chosen House of Success for media and influencer outreach, and partnership development with the Harlem business community. According to a statement from House of Success founder Sakita Holley, the festival will “shift the spotlight” back to Harlem from Brooklyn, which has gotten a lot of arts attention in recent years. [via]

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