Real estate agents enjoy cracking good time in viral Easter marketing campaign

Amy McPhillips 12 April 2017

ACT Property InspectionsIf you had to make a list of the most creative professions, chances are that real estate agents didn’t crack your top five. But a clever Easter marketing campaign from ACT Property Inspections has revealed a different side to Canberra’s property sellers.

ACT Property Inspections is running a competition to see which Canberra real estate agency can crack a 1.5kg Easter egg in the most creative, funny or entertaining way.

The brief is simple: Take a video cracking open the egg, and post it on Facebook. The post with the most likes wins an 11kg dairy milk chocolate egg.

Have a look at some of the best entries….

Ray White Belconnen

How does it feel to break a 1.5kg Easter egg with your face? One Ray White Belconnen employee found out the hard way.

LJ Hooker Tuggeranong

Easter egg versus crane. (Spoiler: crane wins.)

Luton Properties Belconnen

A hole in one effort.

LJ Hooker Kaleen & Kippax

A giant teddy bear helps children smash the Easter egg.

LJ Hooker Belconnen

World’s clumsiest Easter Bunny.

At Home ACT

Operation Egg Snatch is serious business.

PRD Nationwide Canberra

Helmet-wearing kid smashes egg with head.

The Real Estate Shop
Easter Bunny hops to it in this video.

LJ Hooker Manuka

A smashing Easter egg auction.

Pinnacle Real Estate

Who pushed Humpty?

Network One Business Network Group

Man breaks egg with brute force.

Vote for your favourite

Which agency deserves the 11kg Easter egg? Have your say by jumping onto their Facebook page and liking the video post. The post with the most likes by 3pm tomorrow (Thursday 13 April) will win.

ACT Property Inspections is the 2016 REIACT Service Provider of the Year and the largest building inspectors in Canberra. Read more on the ACT Property Inspections website.

Photo: ACT Property Inspections’ Robert Lowe.

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