National Geographic

Case Study: National Geographic – Vendor’s Kids Day

RacoonScenario: National Geographic is planning its vendor’s kids’ party. The focus is on creating a fun, interactive experience for vendor’s children. Since this is a corporate event, the team is looking for professional entertainers and are not looking to in-house talent. They would like to keep the spotlight on animal theme activities but do not want animal acts or a petting zoo, since the event will be held at a downtown Chicago facility.

Goal: Acquire entertainment that incorporates the National Geographic animal theme concept into their vendor’s kids’ party that is fun and interesting.

Conclusion: National Geographic’s planning team selected Dale Obrochta for his ability to capture the realistic look of animals created using balloons. Vendor’s children were ecstatic about with their artwork, while parents were astonished by the complexity and the speed of the work produced. National Geographic’s management was extremely happy, and have requested Dale back for multiple events.