3 Reasons To Hire a Mascot for Your Next Event

If you’re looking to take your upcoming event to the next level, you’ll want to be sure you’re providing the best entertainment, food, and drinks. But, another way of creating an event to remember is by arranging a mascot appearance.

Mascots aren’t just for kids anymore. Rave Cravings has witnessed the growing demand for mascots at adult parties. The live marketing company has arranged for these fun characters to appear at many Dayton, OH, area events, and offers several reasons why this is a good idea.

3 Reasons To Hire a Mascot

1. Promote a Cause

If your organization is holding a fundraiser or philanthropic event, consider promoting the cause with a well-known mascot. Whether it’s Sparky the Fire Dog, Smokey the Bear, or McGruff the Crime Dog, mascot appearances will delight children and make it easier for them to understand why this cause is important. 

2. Bring Up Pleasant Memories

In addition to bringing awareness to children on their level, mascot appearances can be fun and beneficial to people of all ages. When adults see mascots they remember as a kid, they’ll be immediately transported to the time when they originally saw it. This makes them nostalgic, happy, and ready to make your event special.

3. Excite Guests

These days, mascots are commonly seen at sporting events. For sports event promotion, there’s nothing better than hosting Brutus Buckeye for your scarlet and gray-clad revelers to help cheer on the Ohio State Buckeyes. On Sundays, utilize Who Dey, the mascot of the Cincinnati Bengals, to celebrate another NFL victory. Additionally, an appearance from Mr. Red will enhance your summer baseball parties.

When you want to create an event to remember, look to the experienced live marketing team of Rave Cravings. Whether it’s arranging for mascot appearances, concert videography, event promotion, light-up glasses, or custom LED wear/decor, they’ll ensure your party will be one to remember. To learn more, visit them online or call (937) 623-0860 for a consultation.


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