Halloween Villains in need of Good PR – Part Two
A ghastly sequel does not need to ruin a franchise
To celebrate Halloween, we are posting a spooky example each day of creatures that could achieve success by adopting a better communications strategy.
Day Two – Freddie Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street
Whilst he might be seen as a nightmare neighbour by the other residents of Elm Street, Freddie Krueger dreams big and has a seemingly limitless imagination. Having razors for fingers looks like a sinister trait, but this gives Freddie a transferable skillset that can be used in a variety of profile-raising awareness activities such as catering, hairdressing or gardening events.
A brand ambassador for the fedora hat, Freddie campaigns against laziness with conviction and his presence alone sees efficiency increase dramatically in young adults – who seem encouraged to take less naps, run more and work in teams. Collaborating in conjunction with other leading names in your field can prove a fantastic marketing opportunity, especially around key events in the calendar, such as Freddie partnering with Jason Vorhees on occasion for festivities on Friday the 13th.
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