First it was the "Extreme Sheep LED Art" viral video on YouTube featuring 400 sheep and some 43,200 LED lights, with the online pre-campaign teaser generated overwhelming global interest in Samsung LED TVs and garnering almost 4 million hits within a week of posting in April this year.
Since then, Samsung LED TVs have been launched to great success around the world, and recently reached a milestone by selling more than 500,000 units globally within 100 days of its launch.
Today, Samsung Singapore announces the launch of its "Painting with Lights with Samsung LED TV" online campaign. The campaign revolves around a memory puzzle competition that highlights the key features of Samsung's range of LED TVs. Competitors have to remember a sequence of flashing LED lights and recreate an image from memory.
Winners of the competition stand to win fantastic Samsung products, such as the HMX-105BP SSD Full-HD Camcorder, the i8910 HD Video-Recording Mobile Phone and the N120 Mini Notebook.
The competition is open to all citizens and permanent residents of Singapore and will end on 20 August.
You can find out more about the "Painting with Lights with Samsung LED TV" campaign at "www.samsung.com/sg/led/". You can also view the "Extreme Sheep LED Art" viral video on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2FX9rviEhw.