For those of you who haven’t gotten the chance to see this really well-made short.
I really love this, inspiring and the brand message of first time, is brilliant!
Man feeds swans, starkly poetic picture goes viral. But what about the ducks?
Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek was in Krakow when he saw a guy feeding swans and ducks. The sheer beauty of the stark contrast between his dark figure against the snow-covered land, and between the white swans against the dark waters and er, dark ducks, has led to this picture surfacing everywhere on the Internet and shared like crazy. Everyone seems not to notice that these swans seem a bit of a bully with their duck-nudging tactics. Apparently the swans in Britain aren’t the nicest birds around either.
”I appreciate the honor and on behalf of ALL of the individuals who helped me on this journey, I thank you.” Tracy Pepe
Tracy Pepe of Nose Knows Designs accepts Best Sensory Marketing Campaign for 2012
The award is designated for the most creative and effective sensory marketing campaign, with the use of scent and/or sensory marketing.
“The six most important words: I admit I made a mistake. The five most important words: You did a good job. The four most important words: What is YOUR opinion? The three most important words: If you please. The two most important words: Thank You. The one most important word: We. The least important word: I.”
I know I could not of done this without the “WE” in my life, thank you.