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Old 03-13-2008, 09:12 PM   #1
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no, this isn't a Joke..

It may turn into a tall tail tho.

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Another form of space advertising, called “moonvertising” is set to see another try this month. Latrobe Brewing company from St. Louis says it will put a logo for its “Rolling Rock” beer on the moon, using a green laser. There are some doubts whether current technology would allow the Rolling Rock logo actually appear on the moon and there are certainly concerns how such a high-powered light beam would interfere with air traffic. We will find out on March 21, when the logo is planned to be displayed on the moon.
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Old 03-16-2008, 06:47 PM   #2
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Try this link- it ain't no joke, but it ain't quite legit neither..............


http://www.moonvertising.com/public/agegat...CookieSupport=1


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It's a hoax, is what it is being described as...

still to say, nothing is sacred in the world of big biz adverts.



Boston Globe blerb..

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Advertising: Is the sky the limit?
Don't panic, Boston. The billboard over the Mass. Pike near Fenway Park promoting "moonvertising" - laser logos projected on the moon's surface on March 21, the next full moon - is a hoax. The brainchild of the advertising firm Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, the billboard directs curious consumers to a website for Rolling Rock beer, where an elaborate back story is spun about the campaign, featuring a faux vice president for marketing and a gimmick that lets viewers write their own ad on a screen version of the moon. To repeat: This is viral advertising; the company isn't actually going to project a laser beam 237,000 miles into space. Still, this spoof comes a little too close for comfort. With all nature merely a canvas, cloudvertising, lakevertising, and beachvertising are probably already on someone's drawing board.
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