Saturday, December 11, 2004

Faux wedding invitation.

When I checked the mail today, I noticed an envelope about the size of a card addressed to me. The return address was on the front and had no associated name, so I didn't know who it was from. As I opened it, I began to realized that it was a wedding invitation, but I couldn't figure out what friend I had in Atlanta that could be getting married. Then I read the following:


Cingular Wireless
&
AT&T Wireless


INVITE YOU AND EVERYONE IN OUR FAMILY
TO SHARE IN THE JOY OF OUR COMING TOGETHER.


Those bastards... Mad props, though, for the novel marketing strategy.

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