Heineken Helps Restore Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium

Posted on by Patty Odell

A campaign designed to position Heineken as the “Beer of Cities” is helping the company improve brand consideration among Millennials, create social buzz and most importantly, increase the volume of beer sold.

Miami Marine Stadium
Miami Marine Stadium

Heineken has already executed a number of major special events around its “Cities” campaign including an installation of lights on the San Francisco Bay Bridge last year. It is currently in an Indiegogo crowd-sourcing partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation to raise money to restore the historic Miami Marine Stadium. The stadium, which sits on the water’s edge, has been abandoned for more than 20 years.

Watch the video, developed with Publicis, explaining the project:

Raul Esquer, brand manager, Heineken USA, spoke in June at Chief Marketer’s PROMONext: Leaders in Promotion Marketing Conference and shared the concept behind the ongoing Heineken “Cities” campaign. Read the article.

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