Hello, Brooklyn Nets!
Starting tomorrow, they’ll be plastered everywhere from billboards to phone Michael Kors Outlet Online
kiosks as Brooklyn’s new team looks to drum up fan fever ahead of Michael Kors Outlet
its Barclays Center fall debut.
“We want to get them excited,” said Nets Chief Marketing Officer Fred Mangione. “We want them to know we are here in Brooklyn and they have a great team to support.”
Brooklyn Nets players Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez and Gerald Wallace will get the star treatment in the ad blitz, the second leg of the Nets’ Hello Brooklyn campaign.
The seven-figure multimedia promotion, created by the Brooklyn Nets marketing team, places each of the players in his own ad.
Each reveals something personal: Johnson says he’s a lifelong michael kors factory outlet
Razorback, Lopez is a huge Batman fan, Williams is a father of four and Wallace is an offseason fisherman.
The billboards michael kors outlet store
will be stationed at the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, by the Manhattan Bridge, at Atlantic Ave. and Eastern Parkway, on Kings Highway and Utica Ave., at 86th St. and Fourth Ave. and on Surf Ave.
Starting in August, multiple Nets ads also will go up at the Atlantic Ave.-Barclays Center Station.
The Brooklyn Nets started advertising in April with teaser billboards leading up to the reveal of Michael Kors Outlet Online Store
their new logos, designed by part owner Jay-Z.
Since then, the ads have focused on prepping Brooklyn for the team’s big move to michael kors wallets on sale
the borough, with tag lines such as “Brooklyn Will Become A Chant” and “First Home Game Since 1957.”