Need Animal Mascot Ideas? Here are 7 Inspiring Animals to Choose From
Are you considering an animal mascot for your organization? The symbolic characteristics of popular animals can quickly set the tone for your brand and message. A mascot can help build a strong and loyal relationship between companies and their customers.
Whether you’re looking to entertain a younger audience with a cute kitten or intimidate an opposing team with a snarling wolf, animal mascots are an effective way to engage audiences and represent your team, business, or organization.
School spirit is a pretty incredible thing – it promotes teamwork, it brings everyone together and it makes you feel like a part of a community.
Just recently, one of our clients shared some of their school spirit with us and we couldn’t be more impressed.
Palmyra-Macedon Central School District is located in Wayne-County and consists of two elementary schools (primary and intermediate) and a District Campus with a Middle School and High School.
The perfect example of school spirit in action, Palmyra-Macedon Central School District kicked off their 2017 Spirit Week by bringing all of the schools together to create a music video of the students, teachers and their mascot rocking out to “Pal-Mac Love”, an Uptown Funk inspired anthem.
BAM! Mascots may be based out of Canada, but that isn’t the only place you will find one of our mascots!
Involving your mascot in local and community events is a great way to attract publicity. Events such as parades, community picnics and fundraisers give you and your mascot the opportunity to raise awareness and spread your brand message.
Last month, the mascot we built for KUAC, Kitt the Fox, did just that - showing off his dance moves at the Golden Days Festival Grand Parade in Fairbanks, Alaska!
In 2015, we announced the launch of Stripes, the refreshed Hamilton Tiger-Cats mascot for the professional football franchise. Since then, Stripes has been a big part of getting fans involved at CFL games and events!
Mascots are a huge hit with all audiences, but hold a special magic for kids. That’s why Ohsweken Speedway approached BAM about creating two unique mascots, Fang and Claw, to incorporate into their youth programs.