Yeah their web site is nutty and statements like these.<br><br>" " " Aggott<br>THESE BAGS ARE PART OF YOU. YOU ARE A BAG. YOU ARE STRONG. YOU ARE INVINCIBLE. SORTA. YOU HAVE STICHIN THAT DON'T STRETCH THE TRUTH WHEN THE HEAVIES COME OVE " " " " <br><br>
I don't get the sense they were trying to be mean. I think they were just being 'out there' There was that one guy who completely didn't get it. I thought it was kind of funny to see him struggle with it. But if you notice the chalk board, there were a lot of people having fun with it. <br><br>
Was more then one guy who did not get it.<br><br>The confusing part was because of the lack of products that was mention by another patron 'shouldn't you have more products" - Looked like they were selling chalk boards.<br><br>Now as a marketing stand point the chalk board was a good idea as a attention getter and it got people involved, however it failed to sell their products due to the lack of products they had to display. Instead the booth was sending a message or an idea which by perception would confuse people.<br><br><br>
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