October 25, 2006
News & Opinion: Method's Pop up Shop
Eric and Ammo erected a temporary pop-up shop for Method in a vacant storefront in the Union Square shopping area of San Francisco. This unique store concept became a living lab where ambassadors from the company (who werent primarily focused on sales) could educate customers about the dual benefits of Methods modern design and safe ingredients. They created smelling stations where customers could suggest their favorite scents for products. Word-of-mouth and free editorial print media about this odd little shop spread fast and eventually the likes of Robin Williams were dropping in. Conversion rates on customers were 80 percent, and the average purchase was twenty dollarspretty good for a shop exclusively focused on basic household cleaning products.