To lure new audiences, celebrate their customers and give consumers who use other carriers major FOMO, T-Mobile in partnership with Taco Bell will open “T-MoBell” pop-up stores in three cities in different parts of the country for three days, starting July 23.
The concept pop-ups are a part of the larger mobile carrier’s initiative, called T-Mobile Tuesdays. In support of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mobile and Taco Bell launched a widely successful for both partners (and immediately profitable for Taco Bell) “Taco Tuesdays” brand activation around Super Bowl 2019. The initiative, which is a T-Mobile rewards program, supplies the loyal customers with free tacos, exclusive swag and discounts “Every week. Anytime.” Within the rewards program, T-Mobile shows customer-appreciation with anything from baseball and movie tickets to the trending Stranger Things inspired “Scoops Ahoy’ ice-cream.
For T-Mobile’s partner Taco Bell, the pop-up store brand activation is familiar ground, as it already offers wedding services at some of its Cantina locations and in August, the fast-food giant will invite the guests to its The Bell hotel, which features exclusive merchandise and menu items (very much like the T-MoBell brand activation) and was sold out in two minutes.
Those who want the chance to snack on free tacos for 365 days or win Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones, an Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 speaker and other prizes, don’t have to be physically present in NY, LA or Chicago or even be T-Mobile customers. Anyone can join the mobile company’s social media campaign and follow @TMobile on Twitter for giveaways starting July 23.
John Legere, T-Mobile’s CEO said in a statement, “When we launched free tacos every week on T-Mobile Tuesdays, TacoBell.com had its highest online order day ever and T-Mobile Tuesdays