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Commuters asked to try their luck in ‘Lucky Man’ vending machine campaign

Stan Lee’s new TV show ‘Lucky Man’ starring James Nesbitt and his new hairline starts on Sky 1 tonight (more here) and in an experiential stunt to promote it, ‘luck’ (vending) machines were installed in London’s Waterloo, Manchester Picadilly, Birmingham New Street, and Glasgow Central. With more than 3,500 lucky prizes split between them – ranging from chocolate bars to...

Car ‘reversed’ at high speed on public roads in cool new VW PR stunt

In a smart and visually impressive stunt to promote its new ‘Trailer Assist’ feature, Volkswagen turned a trailer into a car built with a one-way see-through shell. They then attached a car to the trailer – backwards, and with a driver in to help with steering – to give the impression of a car being driven quickly and with accuracy in reverse. It’s tough to appreciate just how good...

Cadbury’s pop-up peace offering after changing the Creme Egg recipe

Recently, Cadbury has taken a bit of a media battering for changing the recipe of their beloved Creme Egg. It is not just the media that is unimpressed, the public don’t like the change either with sales dropping. In an attempt to demonstrate that their new eggs aren’t all that bad, Cadbury are setting up a Creme Egg pop up shop on Greek Street Soho for 7 weeks starting on January 22nd. Everyone has had...

‘Help yourself’ to some alone time with GuyFi

Mark Hanna: You jerk off? Jordan Belfort: Do I…do I jerk off? Yeah. Yeah, I jerk off, yeah. Mark Hanna: How many times a week? Jordan Belfort: Like, uh…three…three, three, four…three or four times, maybe five. Mark Hanna: You gotta pump those numbers up. Those are rookie numbers in this racket. I, myself, I jerk off at least twice a day. Apparently this quote from the Wolf of Wall Street is much closer to...

Ever wondered how much Gunther turns over per quarter? Me too! Here’s your answer.

Like a bicycle on Gumtree or used underwear on eBay (I’m not kidding, that’s a thing) there is also a website for you to sell and buy businesses. Bizdaq is the UK’s number one Business for sale marketplace and to promote their services they have put together a list of realistic valuations on some of the most famous small businesses from popular culture. From Friends’ Central Perk to...

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