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Old 07-08-2008, 07:16 PM   #1
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ive seen a few of these around, seems kinda fishy to me but i dont drive near 1000 miles a month
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Old 07-08-2008, 07:59 PM   #3
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ive seen a few of these around, seems kinda fishy to me but i dont drive near 1000 miles a month
I've been seeing quite a few vehicles around the Chicago area with magnetic boards on their doors. If I could qualify I'd try it out to see whether it's legit or not. it seems that their ads would earn someone $30 to $50 bucks per month (on door magnet adds), higher on larger ad signs.
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yea i live downstate from you and ive seen one or 2. 30-50 a month isnt bad but ehh who relly buys or wants to buy anything off the side of a car...(wondering why marketing people would think this works)
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yea i live downstate from you and ive seen one or 2. 30-50 a month isnt bad but ehh who relly buys or wants to buy anything off the side of a car...(wondering why marketing people would think this works)
LOL! I agree. who could read those signs while it's moving as well?

a couple of years back, there were some promotions of "free cars" if you agree to drive it while plastered with ads (whole car).
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Yeah, this was a big thing a few years ago. They had a shrink-wrap vinyl system for applying whole-car ads. It seemed to work well for some people, but I suspect the advertisers decided it wasn't worth the money at that level.

I remember seeing these and wondering if they were in a similar program:


I think they were Isuzu Amigos, and that's Red Bull advertising. I haven't seen one in a couple years.
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I'm nearly positive that every red bull car I've seen has been a Mini Cooper.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...=Google+Search
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Same here and they are actually company cars. The reps in there go to companies trying to get them to sell the product. In San Antonio they had a couple hotties that'd drive around in it.
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Yeah, google is returning a lot of Minis, but I clearly remember the Red Bull thing being a tiny SUV, either the Amigo or a Samauri. Thinking back, I remember a specific time I saw one and I realized it was more than a few years ago, more like 8 to 10 years ago, before the Mini was in the US.
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i saw those redbull cars at my college when i was down there...

sure doesnt want me to go drink liquified spree's...
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