Case Study : Running Wild Parties
Running Wild is an exclusive soft play party area in Greater Manchester that is only open for private parties, with facilities suitable for children from toddler age up to 11 years-old. The venue features a ball pool, funny mirrors, stepping stones and an aerial runway and offers two-hour parties for up to 25 children at a time. Because of its limited exposure to the public, Running Wild wanted a video to give people a more intimate feel of what it would be like to have their party at the venue and to increase awareness.
How we worked with Running Wild
They say that proof is in the pudding, so we took a very hands-on approach to finding out more about the facilities Running Wild offers! Of course, following a spot of fun, and a quick dance with Roary the lion, it was down to business. During our initial consultation, we listened to what Running Wild wanted to achieve and explained how the filming process would work.
We captured footage of the fun and laughter of a typical children’s party – highlighting the dedicated toddler area, the bar area with hot and cold food plus free Wi-Fi for adults and the jungle-themed room for party food.
Footage was edited to deliver a one-minute short film, suitable for both the Running Wild website, and its social media channels.
David MacGill, Director at Running Wild Parties, says: “We looked at videos Pixelwave had created and realised they would be able to produce the style we wanted. The video was delivered on time and I can only say we were delighted, it was just what we wanted. The response from customers has also been excellent. We would be happy to work with Pixelwave Creative again and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to others.”