Carvertise swarms get advertising messages out during baseball season

Coca-Cola Swarm last season at the Seattle Mariners’ T-Mobile Park

Big brands, in partnership with Carvertise, are revving up to swarm baseball stadiums throughout the country as the season gets underway.

*Noom, the digital health company, will deploy a fleet of branded cars around the Seattle Mariners’ T-Mobile park in the hours leading up to select home games.
* California State University Northridge will tout its educational programs via colorfully branded cars that will roll through the crowds entering Dodger Stadium before games.
* Cincinnati personal injury firm Merk & Gile swarmed the Cincinnati Red’s Great American Ball Park at the team’s home opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates with their branded cars, which include larger-than-life photos of both partners.
* Visit Pensacola will get the attention of Atlanta Braves fans with a Swarm at the Atlanta Braves’ home opener.

According to Carvertise CEO Mac Macleod, this is the third consecutive year that Carvertise will activate vehicle Swarms at MLB games on behalf of its clients, and demand is rapidly growing.

In 2022, Carvertise deployed 37 Swarms to baseball stadiums; that number rose to nearly 100 in 2023, and Macleod expects that number to rise even higher during the 2024 MLB season.

“Swarms allow our clients to reach events, like MLB games, and their fire up fans, in a way that doesn’t break the bank and is immersive” said Macleod. “In lieu of spending high six figures, or even millions, on a sports stadium sponsorship, Carvertise has found a way that its clients can make a huge impression with fans at a fraction of the cost of traditional sponsorships.”