They have so much space that they just might have in house what you are looking for. We found Giant iTab on site and of course found a home for it at Tech Fest! The venue will are of course still charge for things that you use but there is a good bet they will have more than your normal hotel.
London. 28 July 2014. Media planning and buying agency, @ArenaMediaUK has unveiled Kew Gardens’ first ever DOOH campaign, celebrating the beauty of the London attraction and encouraging tourists to visit this summer.
The 4 week campaign – launching on Monday 28 July – will showcase the activities on offer at Kew Gardens, including the Xstrata Treetop Walkway.
Targeting overseas visitors, the 20” video will be displayed on screens at key tourist Tube stations across London during consumer hours, as well as at Westfield White City. The short film highlights the unique experiences on offer at Kew, as well as its tranquillity, encouraging tourists to visit ‘London’s Most Beautiful World Heritage Site’. [more…]
— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 28, 2014
— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 27, 2014
• In its echo of the reference to Brookside's lesbian kiss in the London 2012 ceremony, the Barrowman kiss made us seem a rather prurient nation
• On the eve of Scotland's referendum on independence, the ceremony resorted to clichés of the Loch Ness monster, Irn Bru and a sea of tartan instead of telling viewers something new
• The overhead shots made it look like a good few ticket-holders had decided to plump for a quiet night in front of the telly instead
Irn-Bru has released an impassioned and cinematic advert to celebrate the arrival of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The video, called IRN In Our Blood, features a good-humored narrative talking about Scotland’s attitudes to sport and it’s status as perennial underdogs, two elements why belie the passion Scotland has for sport and its sporting heroes.
Created by the Leigh Agency, the 1-minute long advert is a rally cry to all Scots in the build up to the Games to back their country and join a long history of impassioned Scottish people in supporting the Games in Scotland.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) July 20, 2014
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