11 in a row! Synergy is proud to have once again been selected to the Top 100 It List by Event Marketer magazine, recognizing the best experiential agencies in the U.S. This marks the 11th straight year that Synergy has been chosen for this prestigious honor. As the editors of Event Marketer stated, “With its sights set on personalized experiences and purposeful campaigns, Synergy continues to thrive on its ‘milestone marketing’ platform,
It combines the artistic past and present of Asbury Park, N.J., the rebirth of the city, historic venues, a Jersey Shore beach setting and a wonderful cause. The Asbury Park Music + Film Festival completed its 4th year, showcasing music, movies and, most importantly, raising funds to benefit the youth of Asbury Park through music education, specifically the Hope Academy, the Hip-Hop Institute, the Asbury Park Summer Recreation Music Camp and the Beat Bus, a new mobile recording studio.
It was a day of celebration for many reasons. The 2017 Global Citizen Festival, which brought together world leaders, musical artists, celebrities and activists in New York’s Central Park, served as the backdrop for Johnson & Johnson to announce that they will soon be bringing an HIV vaccine to large-scale efficacy testing in humans. Introduced by entertainers and activists Whoopi Goldberg & Hugh Jackman, Johnson & Johnson Chief Scientific Officer Paul Stoffels said from the Global Citizen stage and live on MSNBC,
Synergy proudly celebrates 25 years of Ideas.Brands.Life. The got milk? tour traveled across the country to more than a hundred markets annually for 13 consecutive years.
The numbers are alarming. Kids with poor oral health care are three times more likely to miss school, more than 51 million school hours are lost each year due to school-related illnesses, and kids with toothaches are nearly four times as likely to have a lower GPA. That is why Crest established the Healthier Smiles Project, an initiative designed to raise awareness and provide toothpaste to schools across the country. Actor Rob Lowe, a father of two boys and the son of a school teacher,
New York’s Central Park was the scene for a memorable celebration of activism, education and music at the 2016 Global Citizen Festival. A social action platform, Global Citizen engages people to learn about issues, take action and join with others who are committed to social changes. Attendees of the Global Citizen Festival, which was broadcast live on MSNBC, earned their tickets to the event by completing various activities through the platform. The Festival included performances from the likes of Rihanna,
For the sixth consecutive year, the Nerd Machine, co-founded by actor Zachary Levi, brought its popular NERD HQ event to San Diego Comic Con. NERD HQ is designed to provide a setting for the community to connect and enhance their Comic Con experience, and this year featured a new sponsor in Synergy client Johnson & Johnson. Held at the New Children’s Museum and benefitting Operation Smile, NERD HQ continued its popular “Conversations for a Cause” panel series,
Johnson & Johnson served as title sponsor of the 10th annual Bash event, which was held at Victorian Gardens in Central Park. The event, which benefits the Good+ Foundation, is a family-fun party featuring carnival rides, face painting, costumed characters and other kid-friendly activities designed to bring people together and help support families in need. This year’s Bash had more than 1,000 guests and raised a record $600,000 for the Good+ Foundation, which was founded in 2001 by Jessica Seinfeld.
Asbury Park, N.J., has a storied artistic history. From the musicians who shaped the Asbury Park sound, to the films produced and set at the Jersey Shore, to today’s thriving community of artists, Asbury Park is at the intersection of music and film. To celebrate this, the Asbury Park Music in Film Festival was founded in 2015, with proceeds benefitting the Asbury Park Music Foundation. Synergy was engaged to help elevate the Festival in its second year,
Johnson & Johnson kicked off the “season of giving” today in Times Square as thousands of visitors joined actor and Operation Smile Ambassador Zachary Levi; celebrity photographer and USO Ambassador Nigel Barker; actress and United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up Ambassador Katherine McNamara; and Save the Children to showcase J&J’s free Donate a Photo app and shine a light on organizations working to improve the lives of people around the world. At the interactive giving experience, consumers were able to take a photo and donate it to one of J&J’s partners.