Pole Position Marketing is pleased to announce an exclusive partnership with Starbucks stores that will put one of PPM’s digital marketing strategists in all of their 25,085 stores worldwide. Starting April 1, 2017, every Starbucks customer can find a PPM strategist in any store worldwide during all hours of operation.
The available strategist will be able to answer any and all questions regarding digital marketing, provide feedback as to what kind of strategies you need to excel online, and provide expert opinions on the best handcrafted Starbucks drinks to compliment your digital marketing efforts.
In-store consulting packages are as follows:
- Short – 5 seconds
- Tall – 20 seconds
- Grande – 45 seconds
- Venti – 1 minute
- Trenta – 3 minutes
In select stores, strategists will even be available at the drive-thru window for added convenience. Consultations via drive-thru are limited to Short, Tall, or Grande (limit one per vehicle) to keep the line moving.
Exclusively at PPM’s home town location–The Strip location in North Canton, OH–customers can consult with PPM’s own, revolutionary artificial intelligence solution, SEOBrain. Starbucks and PPM are in talks to bring SEOBrain virtually to all locations by the end of 2017.
The Starbucks partnership is the realization of CEO
SEOBrain’s Stoney deGeyter’s lifelong dream to make digital marketing services accessible to everyone, from large corporations to your neighborhood Avon lady.
“Accessing digital marketing services is notoriously daunting, and we just want to making it more comfortable and convenient,” said deGeyter. “Now people can get expert marketing advice while sipping on a Double Ristretto Venti Half-Soy Nonfat Decaf Organic Chocolate Brownie Iced Vanilla Double-Shot Gingerbread Frappuccino Extra Hot With Foam Whipped Cream Upside Down Double Blended, One Sweet’N Low and One Nutrasweet, and Ice.”
As a special promotion for our April rollout, consultations for the entire month will be absolutely free with the purchase of a iced mocha frappe for the PPM Strategist.