CLIENT EXAMPLES

Suggested contest details:

  • 1-week long contests

  • (in short-term) Launch a copycat version of the app in the App Store, branding it with the client’s colors and logo. The client would promote the app download link for player access.

  • (in long-term) After multiple simultaneous contests are developed to be accessible from one app, the client would promote their own personalized access link that would direct users to the contest within the ConsumerBreak app.

  • If the client has an existing app they manage (e.g. rewards app, mobile ordering app, informational app, etc.), we can license the game code to the client’s IT department to make the contests accessible from within their app (we would retain access to admin portal, content, & hosting). The client would promote the contests on all media, with users having to download the client app to participate.


  • ADVERTISING AGENCIES

Many established brands have all of their marketing managed by advertising agencies. ConsumerBreak® can partner directly with the agencies, in which they create and manage contests for their various brand clients and can up-sell them or include the contests in their marketing packages. This would be most ideal after we have multiple simultaneous contests available in one app, and each brand’s contest can then be easily marketed separately. Also most agencies likely wouldn’t want to pilot our service without having proven data and both iOS and Android apps available.

Below are client examples without going through an advertising agency:


  • CASINOS

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Casinos should promote the contest in-venue (at slot machines, in restaurants, etc.) with posters that include the app name and QR code for download, as well as on social media and in email marketing.

PUZZLE IMAGES:

  • In-venue photos

  • Jackpot winners

  • Promotion showcase

  • Event announcements

  • Slot machine showcase

  • Restaurant items

  • Announcements of specials and deals

  • Sports photos and stats

  • Horse racing photos and stats

  • Venue history

  • City history

  • Content from casino’s social media

PRIZES:

  • Slot play

  • Sweepstakes cash

  • Promotional items

  • Free restaurant food / drinks

  • Hotel stays

  • Event tickets

AUDIO:

  • Gaming sounds/music

  • Audio ads (from radio ads, commercials, etc.)

  • Racing / sports analysis

  • Live comedy/performance clips to promote upcoming events

  • Customized narration / casino pitch

CALLS TO ACTION:

  • Casino website & social links

  • Sign up for newsletter

  • Opt into offers

  • Learn more about events - event / sponsor websites

  • Promotion websites

  • Exclusive memberships

  • Restaurant coupons or event/hotel discounts earned at any game level

  • Enter for sweepstakes


  • RETAIL STORES

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Stores should promote the contest in-venue (at counter, on ads, etc.) with posters that include the app name and QR code for download, as well as on social media and in email marketing.

PUZZLE IMAGES:

  • In-store photos

  • Staff photos

  • Promotion showcase

  • Announcements of specials and deals

  • Product images

  • Product ads

  • Event announcements

  • Content from store’s social media

PRIZES:

  • Free products

  • Rewards points

  • Promotional items

  • Free food / drinks

  • Gift cards

  • Free branded merchandise

AUDIO:

  • Gaming/background music

  • Audio ads (from radio ads, commercials, etc.)

  • Deal announcements

  • Customized narration / store pitch

CALLS TO ACTION:

  • Coupon/discount link for any level

  • Store website & social links

  • Sign up for newsletter

  • Opt into offers

  • Promotion websites


  • RADIO / MUSIC LABELS

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Example Competition Level puzzle image

Stations/labels should promote the contest on-air and by announcing a call-to-action to download the app or click a website link to compete for prizes, and include contest announcements on social media, email marketing, and other label promotional marketing.

PUZZLE IMAGES:

  • Live performance / tour photos

  • Album art / band logos

  • Promotion showcase

  • Event announcements

  • Performer / guest showcase

  • Sponsor ads

  • News announcements

  • Sports photos and stats

  • City / station history

  • Content from client’s social media

PRIZES:

  • Event tickets

  • Sweepstakes cash

  • Promotional items

  • Hotel stays close to events

  • Free merchandise

  • Sponsored products

AUDIO:

  • Live performance audio

  • Music tracks

  • Audio ads (from radio ads, commercials, etc.)

  • Talk show clips

  • Customized narration / station pitch

CALLS TO ACTION:

  • Pre-order tickets or music

  • Client website & social links

  • Sign up for newsletter

  • Opt into offers

  • Learn more about events - event / sponsor websites

  • Promotion websites

  • Exclusive memberships

  • Restaurant coupons or event/hotel discounts earned at any game level

  • Enter for sweepstakes


  • MOVIE THEATERS

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Example Competition Level puzzle image

Movie theaters should promote the contest in-venue (on posters, on previews, etc.) and include the app name and QR code for download, as well as announce contests on social media and in email and other marketing.

PUZZLE IMAGES:

  • Movie posters

  • Food / drink photos and ads

  • Sponsor ads

  • Event announcements

  • City / theater history

  • Content from client’s social media

PRIZES:

  • Movie tickets

  • Free food / drinks

  • Rewards points

  • Promotional items

  • Sponsored products

AUDIO:

  • Movie trailers

  • Audio ads (from radio ads, commercials, etc.)

  • Promotional clips, podcasts, interviews

  • Customized narration / pitch

CALLS TO ACTION:

  • Buy movie ticket

  • Movie website & social links

  • Sign up for newsletter

  • Opt into offers

  • Learn more about movies / sponsor websites

  • Promotion websites

  • Food/drink or movie coupon discounts earned at any game level


  • RESTAURANTS

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Example Competition Level puzzle image

Restaurants should promote the contest in-venue (at tables, at counter, on ads, etc.) with posters that include the app name and QR code for download, as well as on social media and in email marketing.

PUZZLE IMAGES:

  • Food/drink photos

  • In-venue photos

  • Staff photos

  • Promotion showcase

  • Announcements of specials and deals

  • Brand images

  • New food ads

  • Event announcements

  • Content from restaurant’s social media

PRIZES:

  • Free food / drinks

  • Rewards points

  • Promotional items

  • Pizza party

  • Gift cards

  • Free branded merchandise

AUDIO:

  • Gaming/background music

  • Audio ads (from radio ads, commercials, etc.)

  • Deal announcements

  • Themed music

  • Customized narration / store pitch

CALLS TO ACTION:

  • Coupon/discount link rewarded on any level

  • Restaurant website & social links

  • Sign up for newsletter

  • Opt into offers

  • Promotion websites


OTHER CLIENT TYPES

  • ONLINE BRANDS

    Online personalities such as YouTube creators, social brands, bloggers, and celebrities/influencers may want to use ConsumerBreak® as a new vehicle to deliver content to fans. Creators could release a new contest weekly that showcases photography, storytelling, fan interaction, and much more. Creators that generate a large player base can work with sponsors to plug an ad as a level among the creator’s other content. Online brands typically also have merchandise that can be used for prizes.

  • EVENTS / EVENT VENUES

    Promotional campaigns for live events (concert, festival, sports, etc.) can greatly benefit by running a contest alongside their other marketing, showcasing photos and ads and awarding tickets as prizes to encourage social buzz.

  • EDUCATION

    Schools and STEM programs can partner with ConsumerBreak® to provide an interactive learning platform for K-12 students. For example, we could license the game code to be available in furnished tablets where students compete against each other in solving a puzzle that showcases the daily lesson. Winners may be awarded points or small prizes like candy.

  • CORPORATE TRAINING

    By utilizing a private link or password to keep participation in-house, companies can use ConsumerBreak® to make light of boring training sessions though a fun and competitive game that has employees engaging with and retaining information.