There’s a bigger picture to having healthy boobs and KAB knows how to make a difference -this time with the launch of the Non-Toxic Revolution.
Non-Toxic Revolution Marks Latest Initiative of Highly Popular Youth Non-Profit Keep-a-Breast
Live Nation Takes a Tumble, New Plans to Lower Concert Ticket Price-What This Means for Music Tour Season 2011
Why such decisions are of importance, not only for the music industry, but brands that use sponsorship as a grassroots method to reach youth culture.
Music Tour 2010 Update: Lilith Fair Returns; Vans Warped Posts Tour Dates, Logo; Hot Topic Heads-up Sub City Take Action Tour; Country Throwdown Gains Momentum
Marketing through music is the way to go for brands looking to launch effective grassroots campaigns. Here’s a quick look at what’s going on for 2010 so far.
Art for Obama Illustrated Book Edited by Shepard Fairey Featuring Powerful Street Artists Illustrate Grassroots Movement for Change
Now, in illustrated keepsake form, we can see how so-called fringe players in youth culture helped impact one of the greatest elections in history.
WeSC, the Street-Contemporary Fashion Brand from Sweden, Featured Top Activists’ Artists in an Well-Curated Art Show at Robert Bergman Gallery Attracting a Who’s-Who List of Street Artists, Action Sports Industry, and Press
We Are the Superlative Conspiracy (WeSC) is a fast-emerging street fashion apparel brand with collections ranging from denim, dresses, tops, button-downs, jackets, and unique accessories -including designer headphones -which may well be accounted for by their reputation for creative grassroots marketing and branding campaigns. On March 1st, following the opening day of the new street and contemporary fashion trade show Class (see next story for details), WeSC launched an exhibition of the artwork created by the artists from their flock of “We Activists” -someone that is extremely good at what they do (but not necessarily famous) and chosen by WeSC to represent the brand in their own way–in a well-curated art show at Bergamot Station at the Robert Bergman Gallery in Santa Monica, CA.
Music Fashion and the Power of Grassroots Marketing: So Why Aren’t More Brands Using It?
Perhaps it’s a rhetorical question, but each year as we move into summer music tour season, we often ask ourselves given the importance of music in connecting with youth culture, why more brands don’t use it? Music is at the vortex of youth culture lifestyle and is the most essential culture to track in terms of reaching 13-25-year-olds globally. More than sports, fashion, TV entertainment, or technology, music is the thread that links the youth culture marketplace across all economic levels, regions, ethnicities, age groups, and genders.