Vehicle wraps, Twitter and QR codes combine in RAF Museum project
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By News Desk
2 August 2012
The vehicle graphics ask people to photograph the taxi in London, in order to be entered into a prize draw
Internal branded taxi tip seats are also printed with QR codes which passengers can scan with to access podcasts on aviation history.
"What better way is there to promote the Royal Air Force's London museum than to have our potential visitors start their experience by interacting with the museum whilst they are out and about on their travels?" comments Paul Hudson, Head of marketing, the Royal Air Force Museum.
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25 October 2012 12:13PM
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