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Audi Headlights Create Giant World Cup Scoreboard in Brooklyn

For the World Cup, Audi has created a giant scoreboard that will display the results of matches using the headlights of 28 Audi A8 cars. The flagship sedans are stacked together within 45 shipping containers and collectively stand over 40 feet tall, making it visible from not only miles away, but also from airplanes. The installation is on the shores of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, offering a spectacular view to Manhattanites across the river, and will be live through July 14th.
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Via: psfk

Tfl and ESPN FC to Display World Cup Updates on London Underground

Transport for London (Tfl) has partnered with ESPN’s football website, ESPN FC, to deliver football results to London Underground commuters during the World Cup – marking the first time the transport body has signed a commercial partnership.
The partnership will see Tfl and ESPN FC bring news, results and score updates from the games to more than 140 stations via overhead platform boards and 400 service update boards displayed at station entrances.
As part of the partnership, which launches on 12 June, ESPN FC will run an advertising campaign on the home page and journey planner section of the Tfl website, as well as experiential activity involving football freestylers at Stratford, Charing Cross and Tottenham Court Road stations later this week.
Via: The Drum

Move Like a Pro to Score a Free Pepsi

As the World Cup draws nearer, football mania is starting to set in. Try out your football moves with the Pepsi #FotbolNow skills challenge. A vending machine challenges you to put your best moves to the test in order to score a free Pepsi.
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Via: Digital Buzz Blog
 
 

A Focus on the World Cup and OOH

The World Cup takes place in Brazil from 12th June- 13th July 2014 and will be a key event for a range of advertisers, the football enthusiast, and the majority of the nation.
Along with the official sponsors and partners, other advertisers can also benefit from one of the world’s major sporting events, and all the excitement and attention that surrounds it.
This document details how Out-of-Home, as a broadcast medium, complements World Cup TV coverage, taps into the mood of the nation and social buzz, and capitalises on the change in consumer behaviour associated with the World Cup.
Please click here to see the presentation.

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