• Infographic: Experiences Enhance the Holidays

    The holidays can be stressful for everyone. But for moms, holiday shopping and entertaining can add to an already hectic schedule. Although they may be busy, new research into how moms feel about the season and the many ways they celebrate finds that most moms do believe it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Experiential marketing strategies can show busy moms exciting ways to entertain, introduce holiday-themed products, or make shopping fun through experiential pop-up boutiques.


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    Here are five facts you need to know about holiday behavior when planning your next campaign:


    Making their List

    The majority of parents take their gift-shopping cues from kids!

    80% of moms say their children directly influence their gift purchases


    Moms Set the Tone for the Season

    62% enjoy shopping for gifts

    43% love trying new holiday recipes

    41% travel to see holiday events or visit others

    40% enjoy decorating and doing DIY projects

    39% participate in family movie or game night

    13% plan group athletic activities


    Mom’s No Grinch!

    What moms love best about the holidays

    64% spending quality time with friends and family

    33% celebrating holiday traditions

    33% eating seasonal or holiday-themed foods


    All the Holiday Feels

    Although most moms look forward to the season, the holidays can elicit a range of emotions from joy to sadness

    37% excited or happy

    21% sad or stressed

    17% loved

    13% optimistic

    7% inspired

    6% anxious or nervous


    It’s Party Time

    One-third of Millennial moms say they plan to host or entertain friends during the holiday season and 61% say they will go to someone else’s home to celebrate


    Contact us today to learn how our suite of experiential marketing services can help you reach consumers during the holiday season.