belVita uses UP! Plus 3D Printers as Part of Their #MorningWin Twitter Campaign

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calledmomThere are always those cool ideas that help a company’s marketing team really gain some publicity.  The belVita #MorningWin campaign appears to be just that.

So what exactly is the #MorningWin campaign?  belVita has encouraged users to post their “#MorningWin” on Twitter, for all to see.  They then select some of these tweets to share via YouTube videos and television commercials. Some of these chosen morning wins have included:

@peterfacinelli who tweeted:

“No plans today, just get to hang out with the kids all day”

@dianayad who tweeted:

“Waking up knowing the world is mine to conquer!”

@SeanLowe09 who tweeted:

“The moment you realize you’re about to spend the rest of your life with your best friend”

@TameraMowryTwo who tweeted:

“Success! Made it out of the house on time for my meeting without tripping over any of Aden’s toys”

You get the point.

belVita then took some of these top chosen “#MorningWins” and used a 3D printer to print customized trophies to go along with their #MorningWin theme.  Take a look below:

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Some of these winners actually had these trophies mailed out to them.  The printers that were used to print out these trophies were UP! Plus printers by UP! 3D USA.  They retail for between $1599 and $1799, and seem to have done quite a nice job. Check out the video below:

This is just another way that 3D Printing is making it’s way into mainstream business.

So what is your #MorningWin? Tell us and discuss this article at: https://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?1587-belVita-uses-an-UP!-Plus-3D-Printer-in-their-Advertising-Campaign

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