Japanese audio brand Pioneer had a blast as it unrolls its latest social media campaign for audiences and consumers in Southeast Asia.
Pioneer Car Entertainment has recently launched its latest signature car speaker entertainment system. And to pump up brand awareness and ultimately, revenues, they will be giving away at least three TS-VR170C Special Edition Speaker Set to lucky followers on Facebook.
The brand published a social media campaign promoting their newest speaker set. The campaign also includes a time-limited online contest. In it, users on Facebook stand a chance to bring home their TS-VR170C Special Edition Speaker Set. Each set costs around US$1,000.
All they had to is follow and like Pioneer Car Entertainment’s official Facebook page, and then answer a quick question on their official website.
Aside from potentially increasing brand awareness and revenues, the online contest, a form of customer retention tactic, enable Pioneer to deepen their connections with their followers. And even expand their reach.
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