Level 2, 6 The Corso, New South Wales, 2095
Behind the Business: Amanda Westphal
Prize Pig is the solution for small businesses with small marketing budgets looking to creatively engage new customers. They secure media space without the media spend, with promotions!
Currently featuring over 100 prizes, Prize Pig has consolidated the promotions space. The service showcases a brand’s products to the media on their dynamic website, in addition to a weekly offering to clients with over 30 media promotional opportunities that are available for them.
Prize Pig is a landmark solution for businesses searching for major media exposure. The service is free to join and clients can showcase their products to the media for no obligation. Prize Pig’s Founder and CEO Amanda Westphal says, “Prize Pig allows businesses to be introduced to the promotional landscape without a major investment. We’re elated to deliver on this so quickly, securing over one million dollars in media space for over 50 of our clients.”
Prize Pig is designed to restructure the way media run promotions, ensuring that media aren’t making countless calls trying to secure prizes. Rather, they select prizes from the Prize Pig website to support their contra promotions spaces. This simplicity has resulted in partnerships with Channel 10’s Studio 10, Better Homes & Garden’s Magazine, GQ Magazine, That’s Life. Girlfriend Magazine, the Lifestyle Channels, Kiis FM, 2Day FM and Mindfood Magazine.
Christine from maternity accessories company Fertile Mind says, “Prize Pig campaigns create the pop and sizzle that makes us appear to be everywhere. For a very good price, we get big company exposure on our modest ad budget.”
Prize Pig, in the small amount of time we've been working together, have secured for us over $140,000 in advertising with thousands more in the pipeline! This amount of exposure is something startups normally can only dream about. We're lucky to have found Amanda and the team. Prize Pig is an incredible concept that provides a huge ROI for our beauty subscription service."Greta Stojanovic CEO @ Lust Have It.
"Prize Pig is an amazing and very affordable service! Amanda is great and has access to a lot of opportunities. If you need to get in front of the public, Prize Pig is where you go"Sarah @ Belle Fever
"Prize Pig is an amazing and very affordable service! Amanda is great and has access to a lot of opportunities. If you need to get in front of the public, Prize Pig is where you go" Sarah @ Belle Fever
Level 2, 6 The Corso, New South Wales, 2095
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