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Why Virtual Reality Booths Create Great Marketing and Content Material

While marketing has always been critical to a business, both new and established, in today’s age content is king! Due to the rise of social media, we are accustomed to seeing cool and unique content on a daily basis.

This is why having a virtual reality booth at your next event is the perfect solution for increasing your brand and positioning. But before going any further, we should talk about our branding options with a virtual reality booth rental(s). Maverick VR offers custom branding options tailored to your needs. Your brand can be placed on the virtual reality headset, booth tablecloth, and even certain VR games!

Virtual reality stations at trade shows, happy hours, mixers, or events of the like will get a great boost with a branding option. With that being said let us take a look at how a virtual reality event can aid in your marketing and content producing strategies.

A VR Booth Sells itself when it comes to social media

Virtual Reality Booth Rentals at The Dish Event

Not only will your guests or clients have the time of their lives experiencing a VR experience. But people will naturally take pictures and videos of their friends and colleagues playing the virtual reality experiences and post them to social media. Here is where the branding option comes in handy. When people post to social media your brand has the potential to be seen by a much larger audience than at the event itself. These pictures and videos will quickly spread around social media. But because there are so many platforms any cool content, which virtual reality will produce, can be spread and utilized across a wide spectrum of social media. This includes Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Snapchat, and more. The beauty of social media is that your brand gets free or low-cost exposure, but most importantly the content is organic. It also helps that people really really enjoy themselves while participating in a VR experience, thus positioning your brand as innovative and forward-thinking.

A Virtual Reality Booth Helps Build Relationships

Man Tries Space Pirate Trainer at a VR Booth

The fact people thoroughly have a good time at a virtual reality station, really helps your brand build relationships. In today's age, companies are looking to attract the best talent in the market. This is why we see such a heavy emphasis on company culture. Nothing shows an attractive company culture like having a virtual reality booth at your happy hour or other team-building efforts.

In addition, companies are looking to find ways to spoil their partners and clients.

A virtual reality station allows a company to build longterm relationships, from prospecting clients or to longterm workers, for years to come.

A VR Station Gives Your Marketing Team Something Unique to Work with

Not only will your event or company immediately spread its influence across multiple social media outlets, but your marketing team will have unique and never before used content to keep the momentum of your brand’s outreach. Content from the VR booth can also be used for the company’s blog, video material, online ad, newsletter, email list, or any other outreach strategy. The natural word of mouth that will come from your VR rental booth is just too good of a marketing opportunity to pass up!


Marketing and branding are rapidly changing in the 21st Century. By having virtual reality rentals at your next event it can surprisingly enhance, grow, and spread your brand to areas you could have never imagined.

Looking to add a unique, immersive, and exciting new experience to your event? Skip the boring photo booth and choose an amazing experience that your guests will be talking about for years to come with virtual reality!

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