For more than 25 years Arizona Iced Tea has been a staple in grocery stores, delis and bodegas in the US and increasingly in countries in Europe and Asia. Its 99-cent tall can has accrued a devout following and frequently appeals to early '90s nostalgia. To celebrate it all, the family-owned, NY-based brand has launched their largest marketing effort in the company's history—not a difficult task as the company doesn't advertise. The brand worked with NYC experiential agency Mirrorball to create the store and the products inside.Click here to see more.
Arizona Beverage Company has been a family affair for a quarter of a century. Back in 1992 Don Vultaggio, a former Long Island-based beverage distributor realized the popularity of Snapple and tried to give it go with his own beverage company, bringing iced tea to the masses in a can that sold for just 99 cents. His wife Ilene designed the now-iconic southwestern and cherry blossom labels for the 23-ounce can, and now his sons Spencer and Wesley are following in their father’s footsteps to take over the New York-based beverage company.Click here to see more.
To celebrate the launch of Tracy Morgan's new show "The Last OG", Mirrorball worked with the City of New York to renovate Marcy Playground, the star's childhood community park.Click here to see more.
Source: PRNewswire -- Karma von Burg has joined Mirrorball as VP of Client Services and Cultural Strategy. With over twenty years of experience, Karma is a pioneer in cultural marketing and a leader in brand development. She honed her skills at Red Bull, where for over 12 years she developed and ran their legendary cultural marketing operation, generally agreed on as the gold standard for programs of this type.Click here to see more.