Social Media and Print Assets
At Imagination International we want to provide you with assets that will help store succeed in marketing Tommy Art (as well as other products with assets here). That’s why we’ve created resources for you to effectively promote Tommy Art, both for online and in print.
Submit your information in the form below and we’ll provide you with the password protected link to assets you need to effectively launch, or simply promote the DIY Paint System at your store. Additionally, consider hosting an educational event in your store, such as a Ladies Night or ReFAB-ulous Contest. Guides for both of these ideas are included.
Why Host a Ladies Night?
Ladies Nights are fun, interactive ways to introduce customers to your new DIY Paint System. Whether it is in a Make n’ Take, Paint and Sip or Open House format, ladies from your community will enjoy a fun evening of DIY’ing their favorite projects at your store. The details below encompass best practices in successfully launching the DIY Paint System through a ladies night. Also, some of the social media tactics can attract all kinds of different customers to your store.
Please watch the video and let us know if you’re interested in reaching this demographic by sharing some info about you below. We’ll immediately provide you the password to access to the launch kit on this website.
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Promote Tommy Art with DIYers and Artists in Your Community
Hosting a ReFAB-ulous Contest gives your store the opportunity to invite members of your community to compete in the clever use of the Tommy DIY Paint System. The basic idea is this: participants in the contest use Tommy Art products to transform an interesting item they’ve found with the goal of making what seems like trash, or just plain ordinary, into an extraordinary treasure!
This contest not only gives your store the chance to profit from sales, but can help you more easily promote Tommy Art through social media. Just think of showcasing photos of the ‘before and after’ items transformed by participants.