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Introducing the PlayMaker’s Club

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Boxman Studios is working hand-in-hand with IMG College to create an unrivaled VIP tailgate experience for college football. The PlayMaker’s Club is a three-story, climate-controlled structure featuring multiple bars, live entertainment, high-definition screens including a jumbotron, interactive activities, and more. But mostly it’s just pure awesomeness. Made from nine custom-built containers (one of which incorporates a custom fabricated spiral […]

“Out Of The Box” Thinking At Boxman Studios

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No two projects are ever the same at Boxman Studios. The word is out on shipping container architecture, and customers come to us more frequently with knowledge about, or even first-hand experience with, the kinds of activations we create. And more often than not, they’re looking to up the ante. They want the “wow” factor that shipping container […]

From Outside to Inside: Designing the Whole Event Experience

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What’s the one detail that will turn a mildly interested event-goer into a wildly enthusiastic brand ambassador? When is the tipping point between like and love? Where do they find the motivation to follow your brand, check it out online, or visit a physical location? It could be the excitement they get from interacting with […]

Pitchin for Wishes Cornhole Tourney

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We recently had the pleasure of joining Andrew Roby and Harris Teeter for the sixth annual Pitchin for Wishes Cornhole Tournament benefiting Make-A-Wish® Central & Western North Carolina. Held in Charlotte’s Freedom Park, we provided two 20-foot hospitality suiteswhich were used as lounges to unwind and watch the tournament, or college football games on the flat screen TVs. The Pitchin for Wishes tournament […]

5 Features Of A Great Pop Up Event

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It has never been more important for brands to step out of the one-way dialogue of the internet, magazine pages, or television ads, and directly engage with their audiences. Bringing experiential marketing environments directly to your audience is a powerful way to connect with consumers and show them first-hand why they should love your product. Boxman Studios specializes […]

What “Collaboration” Means For Your Shipping Container Pop Up Event

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Boxman Studios designs, develops and deploys shipping container architecture installations to varying degrees for different pop up event clients. Because of this, we operate on a sliding scale of price and collaboration. Our clients choose the level of engagement they need from us based on their own resources and logistical capacity. As a result, the “customization” we offer doesn’t just […]

5 Ways Boxman Studios Ensures Quality & Safety

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Shipping containers are safe. They are structurally sound, and they are incredibly strong. But when you drastically modify them, cut, weld, and change the structure are they still safe? Are they still as sound and as strong? Yes. At Boxman Studios we adhere to strict standards to ensure the highest quality and safety for our customers […]

Using Pinterest To Design Your Pop Up Shop

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Pops up shops are temporary retail stores.  They have the unique ability to invigorate the energy around a brand, a product, a retail destination, or a special date. When they’re managed well, and designed for the experience, they give customers a unique opportunity to interact with products and explore the brand. For more information about pop up […]

College Football Done Right with Hyundai

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Boxman Studios and Advantage International have joined forces to help Hyundai create the ultimate tailgate this college football season. The concept is called The Field House and the goal is to promote Hyundai’s ranking as #1 in Customer Loyalty to loyal college football fans, and showcase their stylish vehicles along the way. Two separate tours comprised […]

The Intersection of Quality and Safety

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Did you know that the moment a torch comes into contact with a shipping container, that the structural integrity of the container changes? It’s true. Intermodal shipping containers were designed for a single purpose – to carry cargo over land and sea via road, ship, or rail. Sure, shipping containers are currently being used around […]