The examples include some creative mailings, public installations and random acts of kindness. My personal favourite is from the credit union that randomly gave out $50 notes instead of $20 notes around Christmas in 2008.
It was only a small campaign run for a single ATM, costing $3,000, but you can imagine the word-of-mouth effect this would have for those who got a $50 note instead of the requested $20.
Can you imagine any of our high-street banks doing that?
View all of the guerilla marketing campaigns at The Financial Brand.
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