If quarterback Nick Foles is able to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a win at Super Bowl LII, coworking space MakeOffices will offer free office space for a month to new members.
Just ahead of the big game Sunday, from noon to 4:30 p.m., a street team will be handing out some 3,000 flyers along South and Broad Streets. Through social media, MakeOffices will be posting the street team’s exact location.
Provided the Eagles win, those who secure a flyer must then post it to social media using #MakeOfficesSuperBowl, and tag MakeOffices, in addition to scheduling a free tour of one of the company’s one of MakeOffices’ two Philadelphia locations, and show community managers both the flyer and social media post.
The offer is only valid for new members and cannot be combined with any other MakeOffices offers. In September 2017, the company opened up its biggest space yet in Center City: a 57,000-square-foot spot at 1635 Market St.
“This is our way of giving back to the community, and to introduce more people to the concept of coworking,” said a MakeOffices spokesperson in an email. “Above all, we love Philadelphia. Fly, Eagles, fly!”
The marketing stunt craze has been sweeping across all brands near Philly or Boston. From Philly-area Boston Markets that have been temporarily renamed, to vegan donut maker Dottie’s Donuts, which has banned Boston cream from its donuts until the big game.
The University City Science Center is also getting in on the free marketing action: show up today at Quorum in Eagles garb and score a free Beilers donut:
— UCScienceCenter (@UCScienceCenter) February 1, 2018
The Science Center also made a friendly wager with its Boston counterparts, the Cambridge Innovation Center. The same goes for Mayor Jim Kenney and Gov. Tom Wolf, who have dueling bets with their Boston and Massachusetts counterparts.-30-
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