The Nap Station Was an Interactive Marketing Tactic by the Brand eve

 - May 9, 2017
References: ibtimes & eventmagazine
The brand eve is known for its self-described "revolutionary mattress" that claims to distribute pressure evenly, support the back, and offer a generally relaxing sleep. In order to promote its mattress, the brand created the pop-up space The Nap Station.

The Nap Station was placed in The Old Truman Brewery in East London, and was open for a small period of time. It functioned as a work space where people could go and take naps in the nap pods that were placed throughout the pop-up – which could be used for up to an hour by each visitor. The space also had bed work stations, free WiFi, charging areas and free coffee served between 3-4 p.m.

The Nap Station functions as an excellent example of how brands can create better experiential marketing tactics to engage with targeted consumers.