First off if you lost something at Lost Lands then definitely search the Lost Lands Lost and Found below: Lost Lands Lost & Found So… Lost Lands Music Festival 1,000,000 Watts of Bass! Plus some pretty sweet dinosaur pics! The Lost Lands Music Festival started in September of 2018 located at Legend Valley, Ohio. A […]
The Liff Happens crew was back again for the 2019 Firefly Music Festival. It’s been a whole year and we’ve learned quite a few tips since, plus hit a whole mess of milestones.
When something goes missing time can become the most important element for your customer experience. By ignoring the constraints of needing information and answers quickly, no matter how awesome the rest of the experience is you may of already blown it.
End of the year marketing emails sends you the numbers you needed updates on every week. Why?!?!??
Jumping into the problem with why end of the year emails are more than just annoying.
Lost & Found is a common experience, so common that Napoleon actually set up the first official one and it hasn’t changed much since.
In honor of this lack of process innovation we are taking the festival producers perspective and diving into what is really being lost in the Lost & Found (hint: it’s not the stuff we are talking about).
The Firefly Music Festival 2019 dates have been announced with a lot of big changes planned. It’s going to be 3 (yes THREE) days of fun, camping, and music in Dover Delaware.
The age old question of hotdog or not a hotdog? The Liff Happens Crew is at the Google Cloud Summit get our learning on with some of the best minds on Machine Learning, some really cool tech, and of course how all this may apply to solving the debilitating problem of losing your keys.
A little story about the 2018 Firefly Music Festival lost & found and the founding of Liff Happens.
If you love dramatic underdog stories then this is definitely not ideal for you (that’s the next story).
So I found an item. Now what? If you want to guarantee that it won’t get back then by all means just drop it of on the USPS.
Otherwise, these are your best options for reuniting that item with the owner.