Category Archives: Campus Rep Program

The Syracuse Campus Rep Team Knows How to Party

This blog was written by our Syracuse Campus Rep Team who has used their involvement in the program as another reason to get drunk. We couldn’t be more proud.

On March 4th, the Kid Dangerous team at Syracuse University hosted its first full-fledged and completely independent event. It was a mixer/party on a freezing Friday night at a team member’s apartment that we decorated with tons of Kid Dangerous fliers created with images from the 2011 Lookbook and Googled pictures of sweet space nebulas. The hosts and bartenders (yes, we had designated bartenders cranking out awesome mixed drinks – not the typical college party Keystones and spiked jungle juice) were decked out in Kid Dangerous gear. And the party, open to the public, drew in a variety of diverse college students – some sober, some drunk, but all interested in what and who Kid Dangerous was. In a designated (and well lit) room off to the side, we had Kid Dangerous merchandise displayed and on sale. Even though the DJ was playing and mixing the best of the best, most current Top 40’s, party attendees took time away from the dance floor to check out what we were selling. The night consisted of us selling Kid Dangerous tees while simultaneously hosting a lively party and getting the Kid Dangerous brand name out there on the Syracuse University campus. I’d say our first official event of the spring 2011 semester was a success.

Fliers anyone?

Our Beautiful Syracuse Campus Reps

About the Kid Dangerous Campus Rep Program: Kid Dangerous started a campus rep program in 2009 as a means of growing brand awareness on college campuses across America. In two years, we’re proud to say that college kids all over the country are now getting drunk, hooking up and doing dumb shit while wearing Kid Dangerous clothing. Currently, we have programs at Virginia Tech, UCONN, Syracuse, George Washington, Michigan and USC. If you’re interested in starting your own university chapter, please email: campusrep@kiddangerous.com

George Washington Campus Rep Sample Sale

Everyday I'm Hustlin...

This article was written by our fabulous campus rep team at George Washington. The newest campus rep team to join the Kid Dangerous family, they’re already making us proud:


In order to start the Kid D campus rep program at GWU off right, we enlisted the help of our local convenience store and sandwich shop, FoBoGro, to hold the sale. FoBoGro is the one-stop shop for breakfast, lunch, dinner and booze on GW’s campus! Friday night and Saturday afternoon we set up a Kid D table to sell the shirts. Friday night we strategically positioned ourselves inside the shop by the beer coolers – attracting any students making a last minute beer run. Then, Saturday afternoon, as our sale coincided with the Senior Day basketball game, we set up the table outside to draw in GW basketball fans – anyone walking to the game or stopping in FoBo to pick up beer and snacks. The sale was a success and later that night we saw a bunch of kids going out, wearing their new Kid D shirts out!

Members of the Kid D GW Campus Rep Team

 

Another Satisfied Customer

About the Kid Dangerous Campus Rep Program: Kid Dangerous started a campus rep program in 2009 as a means of growing brand awareness on college campuses across America. In two years, we’re proud to say that college kids all over the country are now getting drunk, hooking up and doing dumb shit while wearing Kid Dangerous clothing. Currently, we have programs at Virginia Tech, UCONN, Syracuse, George Washington, Michigan and USC. If you’re interested in starting your own university chapter, please email: campusrep@kiddangerous.com

Project LV Video Blog

Whatup Yall,

It’s been a rough ride these past couple of weeks getting ready for Project Las Vegas, the big semi-annual trade show where we show off our new collection. All in all, it was a great show and we got a lot of big thangs in the works.  I decided to bring my flip video along for the ride so here’s a brief look at what a trip to Project is like, Kid Dangerous style. If only I wouldn’t have drank so much, I would have remembered to video more. We really need to have someone documenting all this stuff that isn’t me. I’m just too unreliable… hahaha

For real though, wish we would have got more on tape but regardless, it’s fun stuff, enjoy:

Kid D Virginia Tech Campus Rep Team Makes Us Proud

For those of you who don’t know, Kid Dangerous has a great campus rep program that is now heading into it’s second year.  We get groups of party loving kids from different schools together and they rep Kid D on their college campuses, host events and slang t-shirts for commissions.  For anyone out there reading who thinks their school would be a great place to establish a program, email us at campusrep@kiddangerous.com

We’ll be featuring blogs written by our campus rep teams talking about their drunk antics.  The first comes from Larissa Frye who recaps a very drunk first event of the year at Virginia Tech:

The beautiful girls of Kid Dangerous Virginia Tech

 

Combine a cool school and a cool brand and you get a fucking cool party. Kid D at TOTS was beyond insane. The bar has been known for years as the place to go any night of the week, but especially for its raging karaoke Tuesdays. Anyone who is anyone is there, so it only makes sense to throw a Kid Dangerous party on a freaking Tuesday night. All the fabulous Kid D reps worked hard to pull together two killer banners, a pose and repeat with photographer, and t-shirt giveaways for only the best, most embarrassing karaoke performances. By the end of the night everyone left happy and hammered with discount codes in hand. We decided to throw this party to generate some buzz about the kick ass brand, and to ultimately make some sales at the end of the day. Lucky for us our hard work promoting the brand ended in a few happy blackouts. So Kid Dangerous fans, the night was a total success and yes, I’m sure we made some dangerous kids throw-up and bleed. Rail number two is the reason I can’t say for sure.

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