Six feature articles in eight publications over three months attracted a steady stream of maze-loving families. Outlets included the Washington Post and regional issues of the Gazette and the Washington Business Journal.
More than 2,600 people visited the maze during the two years it was open, and for two years running the client made a $6,500 contribution to Hospice Caring.
For the duration of the Corn Maze attraction, traffic increased at the Welcome Center by 40%. A steady, high flow of prospects continued for a two-month period after the event, despite a drastic cut in community advertising.
All of this during a season that tends to be slow for the real estate industry!