Bikerumor offering Sea Otter PLAY virtual booth design assistance

August 17, 2020

Official partnership allows full design, graphics, video & media kit integrations for brands with limited creative teams.

Bikerumor has partnered with Sea Otter Classic to offer exhibitors their creative, production and copywriting services for brands needing help getting their digital booth design completed.

“With the Sea Otter Classic moving to a fully virtual expo in 2020, many brands are scrambling to convert their usual booth setup to a digital design,” says Bikerumor founder Tyler Benedict. “We have the skillset to help them take their existing branding and create a killer online experience for consumers.”

Bikerumor has several packages designed specifically to match Sea Otter PLAY’s three booth tiers, plus additional services available as needed.

“From media kit design, layout, and copy all the way up to video production, we’ve proven we can create compelling content that attracts a massive audience,” says Benedict. “I’m stoked to be able to offer our talents and team to small- and mid-sized brands that maybe don’t have internal resources they can pivot to this.”

“Especially with teams working remote, we’re able to coach them through creating some killer product videos, create supporting graphics and visuals, or just take their info and images and turn them into exciting digital content that virtual visitors will want to download!”

The deadline for booth materials is September 1, 2020. Interested parties can email Ron@bikerumor.com or Wendy@bikerumor.com for more information and pricing.

“We already have brands on board,” Benedict says, “I’ve contracted with several amazing designers to increase our capabilities and bandwidth, but brands should contact us immediately if they need help so we have ample time to deliver everything and even help set up their digital booths!”


Contact Information:

North American based brands, please contact Ron Frazelle at Ron@bikerumor.com

European/Asian based brands, please contact Wendy Booher at Wendy@bikerumor.com