Watch out Outdoor Retailer Summer Market – AdRoll outdoor aficionados Adam, Will, and Rich will be rolling through the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah tomorrow to chat about retargeting and dish out some tips to drive Q4 & holiday sales for sporting goods and ASR brands!

Our office is buzzing with avid outdoor athletes and all-around active San Franciscans. For that reason, we enjoy working closely with sporting goods and ASR companies. We understand industry culture and trends, the importance of seasonality & specific advertising pushes around the calendar, and we’ve seen that our sporting goods clients can typically engage customers with a very high CTR and low CPM.

We’re excited to work with outdoor brands and we’ve arranged a few fun ways to interact. Find out how we can help you reach those early-adopters and buyers, even before the snow starts falling this year!  

  • We’ll be co-sponsoring the Industry Party on August 2nd from 6-8 PM. Drop by the area adjacent to the New Exhibitor Pavilion at the corner of South Temple and 200 West for some corn hole, free food & Sierra Nevada. We’ll even have a $200 Mountain Gear gift certificate to give away at the end of the night.
  • If you’re looking for a more educational setting, join our surfer-turned-President, Adam Berke, at the Marriott at 2:00 PM on Friday, August 3rd for an OIA session panel. He’ll be participating on “Tracking the True ROI from Social Media and Internet Marketing Campaigns” with Sara Lingafelter, Director of Digital and Social Media at Verde PR, and Mark Silliman, Founder and CEO of The moderator will be Yoon Kim, an E-Commerce Consultant at Viral Thoughts & Blogs for Brands.  They’ll go over best practices and ways to measure the effectiveness of social media and online marketing campaigns.

Feel free to reach out at ORSM – tweet us with any questions you’d like Adam to answer or even just to say hi (@adroll) – or if you’re interested in learning more about what we can do for your brand, contact us at 1-877-7-ADROLL or