Social Imprints Takes Over SXSW!

SXSW Steak
We all know that SXSW has become a mecca for the Tech industry where the best and brightest come together to showcase new ideas and products. But that’s not why we are exhibiting at the interactive trade show. Lets be honest, we are going for the BBQ. According to US News Travel section, Austin, is ranked the 5th best BBQ city in America. This inspired us to create a design fitting for the “mecca of meat”.

At our booth we’re featuring a poster station where attendees will have an opportunity to print their own poster. The t-shirts will be available for a small donation benefiting LinkedIn for Good Foundation are printed on Harvester brand t-shirts, the Rolls Royce of t-shirts. Harvester T’s are super duper soft, 100% organic and made in California.

 

Baller Swag Guys

Ever want to have a cool nickname like Dr. Love, Cool Breeze, T-bone or Mr. T? One of our customers Dropbox, dropped a nickname on us that stuck. We decided to unleash it as our alter ego at our booth (702) at the SXSW interactive trade show.

We are using the booth to showcase some of the pens, mugs, tumblers, t-shirts, hoodies, hats, journals, sunglasses, license plates, flash drives that we have created for many of our favorite tech customers such as Dropbox, Heresay, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Square, Dolby, Wikipedia. Get the idea? We’re the Baller Swag Guys.

 

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4 Comments

  1. aimee borders
    Posted March 28, 2013 at 7:06 am | Permalink

    Love the t–worthy of even Lambert’s crispy wild boar ribs, which are the best fancy barbecue I’ve ever had. (Best un-fancy? Anything from The Pit in Austin or the pulled pork at Green Mesquite)

  2. Posted March 30, 2013 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

    that’s an awesome t! My hubby would love it!

  3. Posted April 27, 2013 at 7:15 am | Permalink

    looks exactly like piano keyboards, down to the length and height. I鈥檇 imagine if this was designed as a tote handbag or something bigger, I know it would not look half

  4. Posted January 22, 2014 at 12:33 pm | Permalink

    Great post. It looks like you have a lot on display at your trade show display. I will definitely have to check it when you display it again.

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