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    Chase and Droga5 asked PopShorts to create social video content to support The Morning Bell for Small Business initiative.
    Our Solution
    Celebrating Small Business

    While The New York Stock Exchange bell rings at 9:30 AM ET, many small business owners have already been up and working for hours. Chase wanted to highlight the unique, inspirational stories of small business owners by showing how they "ring the morning bell" for small business each and every day.

    PopShorts identified small businesses to kick off the campaign and created video content that was used everywhere from social media to Times Square.

    Small Business Owner, Entrepreneur
    Lewis Howes
    Lewis Howes is a New York Times Bestselling author of the hit book, The School of Greatness. He hosts a Top 100 iTunes-ranked podcast, is a high-performance business coach and keynote speaker. Lewis was recognized by The White House and President Obama as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs in the country under 30.
    Small Business Owners
    Solé Bicycle Co.
    Solé Bicycle Company was founded in 2009 by a group of best friends living and dreaming in Venice Beach, who were fed up with the state of bicycles and knew there was a solution with a more direct-to-consumer approach.
    Solé Bicycle shared their local beach town vibes from their headquarters based in Venice Beach while encouraging fellow entrepreneurs to submit videos for a chance to be featured by Chase for Business.
    Small Business Stories in Times Square
    Lewis Howes highlighted several inspirational small businesses in his community. Their stories were featured in Times Square and Lewis was invited to join Chase at the opening of the NYSE and #RingTheMorningBell.
    Bell Ringing Results

    The influencers successfully engaged their audiences, inspiring small businesses to share their own videos and sign up for Chase for Small Business.

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