Carnival-Goers in Brazil Exchange Empty Beer Cans for a Free Train Ride Home

June 14, 2013 by  
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Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is one of the world’s largest public celebrations, featuring nearly 2 million costumed party goers, an extravagant parade, and of course, lots of alcohol consumption. The creatives behind Ambev ‘s Antarctica Beer saw an opportunity, and installed custom turnstiles during the event that allow people to “pay” with an empty beer can. Not only did this encourage over 1,000 people per hour to use public transit (instead of getting behind the wheel), it also helped a recycling NGO, to which all of the cans were donated. How cool would it be if all public transit could be paid for with recyclables? Read the rest of Carnival-Goers in Brazil Exchange Empty Beer Cans for a Free Train Ride Home Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: AlmapBBDO , AmBev , antarctica , beer , beer turnstyle , event , marketing , public transit , recycling , rio de janeiro , safety        

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