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EE provide cinema experience on cliff edge to demonstrate 4G coverage

Did you know that EE provides 80% of the UK with coverage? No neither did I. So to help demonstrate this point, EE created the 4GEE Community Cinema Club, which brings the outdoor cinema experience to rural communities. The first event saw rock climbers suspended on portaledge tents, hanging off the side of Gimmer Crag’s rockface in Cumbria, not what I’d call a relaxing cinema experience but hey-ho everyone...

Lyft and Taco Bell introduce ‘Taco Mode’ to hungry travellers

For years the ‘can we bring our food in the taxi, please?’ has been asked by hungry travellers on their way home from nights out, parties and late night events. However, people can now book a stop at one the US’s favourite take away’s as a part of their journey, before the taxi even arrives. This is thanks to Lyft and Taco Bell, who have partnered to bring the ‘Taco Mode’ to the...

Tequila drinking fountain installed to mark National Tequila Day

In a stunt not dissimilar to this beer dispensing billboard stunt from 2015, tequila purveyor Jose Cuervo hit upon the ingenious notion that people QUITE LIKE FREE ALCOHOL. To mark National Tequila Day this year (on the 24th July), the brand installed ‘H2Cuervo’ drinking fountains in Los Angeles, California. People keen to chug Jose Cuervo’s Silver had to show ID to prove that they were over the...

Tourism Ireland recreates entire Game of Thrones plot in 250ft tapestry

Tourism Ireland has outdone itself this year, unveiling a massive 250ft tapestry that features the plot of the last 6 seasons of Game of Thrones. Since filming started for the show in Ireland back in 2010, the country has benefited hugely from a rise in tourism thanks to people wanting to visit the locations in the series. As each episode of season 7 is aired, a new section of the tapestry will be unveiled –...

easyJet launch library service for kids on its flights

British airlines easyJet has launched a new campaign, ‘Flybraries’, which will basically see its airplanes turn into flying libraries to encourage kids to read. EasyJet was apparently prompted to do this after a survey of 2,000 parents revealed 83 per cent said their kids read less than they did when they were younger. SHOCKING. 7,000 copies of classic children’s books such as The Railway Children,...

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