Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment How an NBA and NHL team engaged fans and drove sponsorship revenue with a digital campaign

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Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment (BSE) wanted to create a unique opportunity for fans of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Islanders, which the company manages. Together with their corporate partner JetBlue they launched the “Fly Me To” campaign to give fans a chance to enter to win two tickets on JetBlue to watch the teams play on the road.

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Lighthouse Studios

Lighthouse Studios is located in the beautiful and medieval city of Kilkenny, Ireland. Lighthouse is a full-service television animation studio engaged in the development and production of children’s animated content. Innovation, creativity, and drive are the founding principles of the studio and a philosophy that combines the best parts of the boutique artist-driven experience with the very latest production techniques and technologies. Lighthouse is proud partner to award winning Mercury Filmworks®, Oscar nominated Cartoon Saloon, and content powerhouse Amazon Studios.

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Lighthouse Studios is located in the beautiful and medieval city of Kilkenny, Ireland. Lighthouse is a full-service television animation studio engaged in the development and production of children’s animated content. Innovation, creativity, and drive are the founding principles of the studio and a philosophy that combines the best parts of the boutique artist-driven experience with the very latest production techniques and technologies. Lighthouse is proud partner to award winning Mercury Filmworks®, Oscar nominated Cartoon Saloon, and content powerhouse Amazon Studios.

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