LA’s Tech Brands & Celebs Partying & Working at SXSW

LA’s tech set have mostly flown back home as music slowly creeps into the foggy streets of Austin this St Patrick’s Day morning, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge the star power that rolled into Austin to promote upcoming films or current web products, as well as the numerous brands that filled the corners from Rainey to 10th, from Red River to Lamar and a few points beyond.

Here is a representative sampling of the hustle that LA-based brands and celebrities have been doing out on the streets of Austin to promote their goods at SXSW:

MEDIA TEMPLE has been running socially-enabled scavenger hunts for VIP passes to their Interactive closing party, featuring TV on the Radio, Z-Trip and Ludacris tonight at Stubbs:



MEDIA TEMPLE also hosted an open house with a few of their agency partners, with goodness that included branded grilled cheese sandwiches plus a CA$H CUBE:



NERDIST hosted panels & parties with the likes of Geek & Sundry and Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls




DOG VACAY
hosted a Yappy Hour with Tuna Melts My Heart



SIDECHEF had their own roaming monsters



Massage app SOOTHE offered free services to weary conventioneers



COMBATANT GENTLEMEN hosted a fashion-oriented event



MAKER STUDIOS threw a party



FULLSCREEN had a party house all weekend



TWO-BIT CIRCUS rolled into town



ASHTON KUTCHER had Lil Wayne play a party for his new venture fund



FXX promoted The Simpsons with a mobile Kwik-E-Mart Truck



FOX had a giveaway booth for Last Man on Earth
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YAHOO! was out on the streets promoting ‘Community’
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A&E had its own Bates Motel



LA also had lots of celebs hosting panels and hitting parties, here are just a few:

JESSICA ALBA talked up Honest Company



and IDA IRELAND brought in the Prime Minister of Ireland for breakfast at an Irish pub (okay, so IDA is the Ireland trade organization with an office in LA, but c’mon, it’s the frikkin’ Prime Minister!).

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Scott Perry -- LA Tech Digest founder

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