Swedish carmaker Volvo is launching a new in-car delivery service for customers who subscribe to the Volvo On Call telematics service and live in Gothenburg (Sweden).
This Christmas, customers who meet these basic requirements of the Volvo in-car delivery service will be able to have their packages delivered directly to their car, rather than their house. The only catch being that the packages must be ordered from online retailers Lekmer.com and Mat.se.
The package will be delivered by communications and logistics company PostNord, who will find the customers car and use a special one-time access digital key to open the car and drop the package in the boot.
In-car delivery is a good example of how carmakers are experimenting with new ways to move beyond simply building and selling cars. Tapping into connected technologies will help car companies like Volvo make money off customers long after they drive away from the dealership.
WestJet over the years has passionately given back to their guests with various unimaginable experiences.
Now in their latest campaign targeting Toronto to Las Vegas bound WestJet guests, they got Las Vegas comedian Carrot Top to offer the guests a special walk down the red or blue carpet. Those who chose to walk down the red carpet, continued on their vacation as they had originally planned. Those who chose the blue carpet, went with Carrot Top on an action-filled experience that included a stunning acrobatic display, a world-class DJ, a private airplane hangar, showgirls and VIP access to the best of the city. 😎