CMA’s Seattle video production company recently filmed an exclusive re-opening event at Audi Seattle. The car dealership (formerly University Audi) is a longtime CMA client, along with its sister dealership University Volkswagen. The re-opening party celebrated Audi Seattle’s newly remodeled (and rebranded) showroom and featured a background video loop and music loop created by CMA. The charity event drew more than 200 attendees, including a few local celebrities, who enjoyed catered food and wine as well as a sneak peek at the never-before-seen Audi R8 sports car. CMA’s Seattle videographers documented the event and filmed customer testimonials. After post-production, our social media team distributed the final montage video via email marketing, blogging and Facebook.
Our Seattle marketing videos have promoted several non-profit organizations over the years and we enjoy raising money and awareness for a good cause. So, it was an added bonus that the Audi Seattle re-opening raised more than $15,000 for the local University Food Bank. Audi of America President Scott Keogh was at the event to personally present a $10,000 check from Audi of America. Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid was also there. Schmid has starred in several recent Seattle TV commercials we’ve made for Audi Seattle.
After the live shoot, our video editors produced an engaging, fast-paced marketing video that truly conveys the excitement of this charity event, capturing the many automotive enthusiasts and Audi owners in attendance as they shared stories and viewed the new R8. With the help of our social media marketing staff, Audi Seattle maximized the exposure of the marketing video by sharing it with former and potential customers via Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, and Audi’s email newsletter.
P.S. We would also like to give a big shout out to our friends at Evado PR, who we joined forces with to put on the Audi event. They always go the extra mile to get the word out and draw a big crowd, and we appreciate that.
Audi of America President Scott Keough mingles with Seattleites.