After a very busy year, Hothouse employees were ready to celebrate in style at Il Localino, a cozy Italian restaurant nestled in Inman Park. We gathered with our plus-ones to eat copious amounts of Italian food, drink equally copious amounts of wine and participate in a Dirty Santa gift exchange—the theme for which was “Things to Survive the Apocalypse.” Gifts ranged from a gas mask to a bottle of Jack Daniels (clearly, the theme was open to interpretation).
Each employee’s ability to wear different hats went to a literal level thanks to Il Localino’s collection of toppers. In an instant, the Hothouse crew was transformed into a strange holiday version of the Village People. But hey, it worked. All in all, it was a fun, festive evening, which was made bearable the next morning thanks to a bag of Chick-fil-A biscuits and a bottle of aspirin. #hohoho
To get fans ready for the unrivaled Fashion Week coverage on E!, we helped the network leverage another one of their ultra-stylish series: Fashion Police. Each week, the show’s panel of impeccably dressed experts weighs in on stars’ style. So in the spirit of making it to the best-dressed list this Fashion Week, we asked fans to assemble outfits in our digital quiz.More...
That’s a Wrap
Our Hallmark Channel holiday solution was “Unwrap to Win,” an experience that presented fans not only with a chance to win a warm weather getaway to Costa Rica, but also Hallmark Channel content and daily prizes. Consumers selected one of five gift boxes under our virtual tree to see if they won that day's prize, and then watched as the gift magically unwrapped before their eyes.More...
Tackling a New Year
We helped ESPN score through college bowl season with an annual football promotion. The Hothouse-managed program connected the network with cable systems nationwide—and culminated in an event that brought ESPN fans, ad partners and cable representatives together: the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL. More...
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