Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Sell Your Sole

A smart car advertising one of my favorite shops.  They sell previously owned designer clothes and accessories and great bargains abound.

15 comments:

Kathy said...

I see my favorite bill board is now a car wrap! I heard that Phoenix is one of the largest markets for car-wrap advertising. They will pay people big bucks (as much as the monthly payment on a new SUV!) to have your vehicle wrapped, but you have to keep it squeaky clean!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

There is not a lot of advertising space on this car. Perhaps they will advertise hiking boots on an SUV.

Kate said...

We have a consignment shop here in St. Paul with the same name. Thrift and consignment shops often offer up great bargains. I've purchased several Eileen Fisher clothes in one of my favoroites here in town.

The design on the car is v ery smart!

Randy said...

Great idea on their part. These cars are so cute. How can you not see this ad coming.

Jarart said...

Fun looking little car! Kathy's comment was interesting. I think I would be happy to get a new car wrapped if that would make the payment on it. I would even keep it clean!

RedPat said...

I'd love to have those shoes!

Gailsman said...

You can't beat a pair of sexy red stilettos for that instant awareness

Ksenija said...

Waw nice

Stephanie said...

Cutest little thing I've ever seen!

T. Becque said...

I think these cars are a good idea, but then I saw a photo of one of them in an accident and it wasn't good.

Jack said...

This is called symbiosis. Good for the car owner, good for the advertiser. I'll bet those little cars are popular for ad wraps.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I'll take the car. But I'd have to add a place to carry the golf clubs in the back, of course.

Cute as a bug even if it's not a VW!

Magpie said...

Sounds like a great place to shop. I agree that the car is kind of a small area for advertising. They seem to be making the most of it though.

JM said...

Smart cars are also much used here for advertising.

Paul said...

This looks really good, clever advertising too. I have a Smart roadster very unlikely you will ever see one in the US