By now your getting ready to head out to Maine for the Maine Boat Builder’s Boat Show in Portland. Once there, you’ll be all set-up and ready to meet all the attendees at the boat show. But, wouldn’t it be nice if they knew about you ahead of time, or more importantly, remember you after the show? Well, now they can!
My name is Robin G. Coles. I’m an author, freelance writer, and owner of TheNauticalLifestyle.com. I do mini recorded interviews of vendors, like you, at the boat show. These videos are two – five minutes in length. They’re easy to do, shameless plug videos. They’re “shameless” because for two – five minutes you or someone you designate at the boat show gets to tell your business story. In fact, you can see a sample of my work on the New England Boat Show website. Just go to Highlights – Video/Photo Gallery – list of attendee videos. You’ll see exhibitors like: Landrigan, Prism Polish, New England Propeller, Dion Yacht Yard, The Navigator Club, Windpath Sailing, and The Map Guy. They [videos] have gotten lots of hits; businesses have reported back increased in new customers from it. One customer bought the license to use the last segment of his video in a promotion piece; for the boat show. And, I can do the same thing for you.
“Robin, I would like to thank you for the video clip you shot of me at the New England Boat Show. We have received many compliments about the video and believe it has helped our business. Thanks for helping to get the word out about Prism Polish.” Jerry Baltes, Director of Sales & Marketing, Prism Polish
Here’s how it works:
— You or someone you designate at the boat show gets to tell your business story for 2 – 5 minutes. (Since this is a shameless plug video it needs to be natural. The purpose is to show your audience that you are human and relatable.)
— The videotaping is done at your booth; during a slow period at the show.
— Your video will be accessible the following day through Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Twitter.
— You will be able to link to the video via your website, but you MUST purchase a license if you want to use the video in any of your promotions.
Here’s how to schedule your video:
— Call my cell phone or text me at 339-532-8334 and schedule your appointment for anytime Saturday, March 17th I’ll be there all day throughout the show.
— You could also email me at Robin@TheNauticalLifestyle.com but I can’t always respond right away.
How much does it cost?
— One low price of $250.00 payable either by check, cash or purchase order.
— Package price of $350 for both the video and license if you buy them together at the boat show.
— Additional $150.00 if you decide you’d like to buy the license later on to use in all your multimedia (public relations).
See you at the show!