Promohire embarks on Google Mini Donut shop pop-up tour

Capture2Promohire have been appointed by creative agency Optimist, Inc. to collaborate on an activation for Google. Promohire converted on of their H-Vans and  hit the road with the Google Mini Donut Shop pop-up tour, celebrating the Google Home Mini smart speaker devices. Inspired by their sweet American Donut Shop expedition, the H-Van is touring London in the lead up to Easter.

Teaming up with Doughnut Time, an Australian donut brand, Google is bringing a truckload of them to London for everyone to get their sugar-fix. However, there’s an extra sweet twist – by visiting the pop-up, donut fans have the chance to take home either a brand new Google Home Mini, or two donuts.

When guests order, they will have the chance to win a surprise – a Google Home Mini – with their donut. The built-in truck conveyor delivers a box full of delights to take home and guests will discover whether the box is filled with a donut or Google Home Mini. Google hopes to bring Londoners’ morning commute to life with the help of the Google Home Mini. Powered by the Google Assistant, Londoners will get to see how the Mini can help with their morning routine, how to keep up-to-date with breaking news, calendars, journeys, weather updates, and more.

The Google Home Mini Donut Shop pop-up tour kicked off in Westfield Stratford City on Thursday 22nd – 25th March and continues at the Angel Central Shopping Centre from Thursday 29th March – Sunday 1st April.

To continue the momentum, Donut Shop pop-up bikes were built to tour in two locations: the John Lewis store on Oxford Street and White City on Friday, 30th March and Saturday, 31st March between 10am – 6pm.

Promohire’s big brother company , Raccoon has been very busy on the brand production for this campaign, delivering a range of services to bring this vehicle to life. From a giant donut prop, motorised conveyor belt and menu to bespoke neon signage and a photo booth.


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