SUMMER 2008:




Mashable Summer Tour


SPONSORED BY:

GeoGraffiti.com


MEDIA SPONSORS:

TechZulu.com

EarthFirst

GotoGreenLA.com


BENEFITING:


SPECIAL THANKS TO:

rubicon project


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The ROI of Edible Schwag

Posted by Daniel Hartman on July 3rd, 2008

Edible Schwag?
Yesterday on iMedia, Leah Messinger summarized some killer schwag success stories, including hand-delivered cupcakes by ValueClick, in an article called The ROI of Quality Swag. Edible schwag is a great concept, and cupcakes are still in, and we are proud to have made that connection ourselves last week, so don’t think we stole the idea if you see us selling cupcakes to benefit charity in the future! The point here is that anything memorable and eco-conscious makes good schwag. There are a number of green schwag producers out there, and we hope they will sponsor The Schwaggin’ Wagon, because our message is their message.

Here’s our Twiistup 4 badge:

We are excited to be a part of Twiistup 4. This is an important event for the tech community, exposing LA to new technology startups. Thank you to Mike Macadaan et al. for your generosity and readiness to welcome the philanthropic actions of the Schwaggin’ Wagon at Twiistup 4. For those who don’t yet know about this event – we recommend you get on the wait list ASAP!

And the next night…
We will be at Mashable’s SummerMash Los Angeles! (see post below) We are pleased to be a common thread for what is proving to be a huge technology weekend in Los Angeles.

Schwaggin’ Wagon meets RVIP Lounge and talks Schwag

Posted by Michael Liskin on July 1st, 2008

RVIP Lounge at LA Film Fest

The Schwaggin’ Wagon is in talks to consider future creations with RVIP Lounge! What would happen if our vehicles had a baby?
That baby would be a karaoke singing, schwag slinging, rip-roaring party animal.

Perhaps it would live off of edible schwag? That reminds us… if you’ve seen any great edible (or drinkable?) schwag please send us the link. We’re always looking for schwag that disappears instead of ending up in a landfill or clogging the back of a dresser drawer gathering dust.
~The Schwaggineers