The YesPleaseMore Pop-Up Store in Colorado Supports Local Creativity

By: Amanda Chang - Published:   Updated: Mar 22 2011 • References: &
The YesPleaseMore pop-up store has recently been started in order to support the local talent and creativity of Colorado designs. Showcasing over 74 local designers, the YesPleaseMore program is definitely a successful campaign.

Done in partnership with Create Denver, the Art Institute of Colorado and the Denver Pavilions, the YesPleaseMore program is now into its third iteration. See the creativity blossom in the featured gallery.

Implications - Though the Internet has made global communication easier, local communities are still important to the quality of one's life and smooth day-to-day function. Thus, community-specific initiatives are making a comeback, with activities and organizations that will give any big fish in a small pond the courage to take advantage of larger-scale opportunities that may come their way. Stats for Northern Pop-Up Stores Trending: Older & Mild
Traction: 5,224 clicks in 257 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: YesPleaseMore
Related: 82 examples / 63 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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