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Vicki Ullery
Vicki Ullery
Vicki Ullery, marketing director at Royal Oaks Lifecare Community, in Sun City, AZ, says the interactive marketing tools Frogman Interactive has designed makes her job much easier.

“It's a very fun, more high-tech, upscale way to show off our campus. Our marketing staff isn't here all the time so it lets our residents become brand ambassadors,” Ullery says.

Royal Oaks, a continuing care retirement community, hired Frogman to design interactive informational kiosks where visitors to the campus can access maps and take virtual tours via touch-screen monitors. The interactive maps can be accessed from kiosks scattered around the campus, or from the community's website.

What's displayed at the kiosks can easily be pulled onto Royal Oaks' website.

“I can change any of the content I want to on a daily basis,” Ullery adds.

Interactive maps and displays
Frogman Interactive can create interactive maps of healthcare campuses, which users can access virtually or in person. Their immersive content includes 360° virtual tours, video capture and 3D floor plans.

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(336) 201-0610
www.frogmaninteractive.com

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