Virtual Reality and Politics? Why Washington D.C. is a magnet for VR Events

Washington D.C., the seat of the American government and our nation's capital...is also a big site for Virtual Reality booths as well!

 

Virtual reality rentals and VR Booths are a great addition to any event, providing a unique and customized entertainment option for groups of any age and size. With locations in all the major cities throughout the US and Canada. Recently we talked about Las Vegas being a perfect fit for VR.

 

But in this article we are going to take a look at the hustle and bustle of Washington D.C., and how it provides a unique fit for a VR Booth. We have provided multiple virtual reality events in the D.C. area in the past few months alone and have noticed a couple of trends amongst our clients and their guests.  

 

 

1. Virtual Reality Allows People to Relax 

 

 

People in D.C. are known to be incredibly focused. When you live, work, and operate in the political epicenter of the Western World you need to be! However, add this with the traffic and crowded metros and this can cause a fair amount of stress for you.  

 

Now imagine going to another corporate outing and having to engage in the usual politicking. But this time there is a VR booth, a brand ambassador from Maverick VR gently puts the headset and headphones on and all of a sudden you are whisked into a totally different world! While in the headset you get to temporarily escape the work, politics and other worries.  

 

 

2. A VR Booth Creates a Unique Bonding Experience.  

If you work in D.C. and especially in the public sector you might go years with only seeing your colleagues in a professional and networking setting. When it comes to virtual reality you can throw all of that out of the window because you all going to have a lot of fun!

 

A VR experience presents a unique bonding experience because it allows colleagues and prospects alike the ability to have fun and to be seen in a different manner outside of the office. 

 

It can also invite competition through the use of our many experiences. In addition, Maverick VR selects very technical and charismatic brand ambassadors to add to the overall joy and festive energy of the event.

 

A VR event will create many memories within your organization and can often rejuvenate a demoralized office.

 

3. You Will Be the Talk of the Town

 

 

D.C. is driven by news, discussion, and dialogue. Why not join that discussion by being the talk of the town with your VR booth and experience? 

 

By having a virtual reality booth at your tradeshow booth or corporate outing, anybody that tries a VR experience will immediately tell their friends and associates. In fact, once we put an individual through the experience we usually get a VR evangelist right then and there!  

 

The VR experience is also a major magnet for social media. A lot of cell phones come out when a boss or CEO is frolicking his arms or making funny noises while playing a VR experience. 

 

Maverick VR offers branding options for your event. Which means when somebody takes a picture or records their boss, client, or colleague having a good time and posts it to social media, it actually gives your brand a wider reach than anticipated. 

 

Conclusion 

 

With Election Season coming very soon, the hustle and bustle of D.C. is going to be in full bloom. Whether you work in the private or public sector, a VR booth can be just what you need to spread your message. 

 

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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