A Tiffany’s Twist With FARE Halloween Pumpkins

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Nonprofits and small businesses have big challenges getting brand attention. An innovative TWIST can go a long way toward getting your brand recognized and embraced.

Take a look at this clever TWIST from nonprofit FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education nonprofit). Halloween is a particularly dangerous holiday for children with food allergies, so FARE found a clever way to get attention. Instead of simply broadcasting an awareness campaign, they added this TWIST: They used an iconic color to break through. They also drove engagement by inviting user participation.

Families wishing to be identified as “food allergy friendly” were invited to place a teal pumpkin on their doorstep or a computer print out on their window to identify their house as one that  hands out  out allergy-safe treats like toys, puzzles, games, or books,

They made it easy for kids to get involved by offering free downloads of promotional materials like pumpkin templates.

While the teal pumpkin idea was not specifically influenced by Tiffany’s (Teal has always been the identified color of food allergy awareness) We love the inspirational TWIST that a teal pumpkin is like a Tiffany’s box, which means that when you see it, you immediately know something special awaits.

What can your small business or non-profit TWIST with to create more impact and more engagement?

At Brand School, the premier brand-learning program for small businesses, nonprofits and entrepreneurs, we don’t simply teach you the brand facts; we invite you to become an active participant. You have access to an exclusive group of like-minded business owners who support and encourage one another. Find out how your business can benefit from Brand School HERE.

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