Street Dogs helped the L.A. Kings with their fundraiser at L.A. Live. Street Dogs provided various interactive activities, including a flip book booth and greenscreen area. The event raised several million dollars for Childrens Hospital.
Street Dogs helped Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum unveil their Alfred Hitchcock figure in an event in front of Graumann’s Chinese Theatre. Contestants auditioned for the best blood-curddling scream while standing in a shower, a tribute to the famous scene in Hitchcock’s classic film, “Psycho.” Hitchcock leading lady Tippi Hedren (“The Birds,” “Marney”) was there to help pick the winner, whose scream will be immortalized in Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum on Hollywood Boulevard when it opens in August.
Street Dogs produced the second annual Mitzvahs & More Expo at the J.W. Marriott at L.A. Live. The event featured close to 100 top vendors catering to Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. Attendance was estimated to be 900-1,000 people.
Street Dogs helped Mitzvahs & More, Southern California’s first trade show dedicated to Bar and Bah Mitzvah events, at the Globe Theatre at Universal Studios. The event was the first annual effort to reach the Jewish community.
Street Dogs helped implement National Train Day at Union Station in Los Angeles. Train stations across the nation held festive events and encouraged the public to learn about traveling by train and be entertained at the same time. This yearly event included guest speakers, live performances, tours, and information booths.
Street Dogs helped Nike promote their brand by providing a custom editing bay trailer that skateboarders could use to edit and upload video clips of their teams online. The trailer was outfitted with computer workstations and had a satellite link to the Internet.
The Orange County Fairgrounds played host to a chilly ice sculpture pavilion for Carving Ice. Street Dogs helped with photo equipment and consulting.
2010 was the fourth year that Street Dogs helped Wrigley’s Gum with their Planeta Wrigley Tour. The national tour hit major Hispanic markets across the nation, offering interactive games, music, a green screen station, and product samples.
Street Dogs hit the streets again with a custom rock wall and interactive games to promote Wrigley’s gum to the Hispanic market, nationwide.
The third Planeta Wrigleys Tour is off and running. Look for it in an Hispanic festival near you.