Friday, May 29, 2015

Snyders' truck at local supermarket



This seems to me to be an extreme system of advertising.  I wonder how many trucks like this are floating around.

17 comments:

Judy said...

That is a nice old truck. It couldn't have been easy getting it in there and setting up this display.

William Kendall said...

Quite a truck! Well, it's indoors, out of the elements, not a bad way to spend its retirement years.

cieldequimper said...

So... do trucks really float around your parts?!! :-)

Pity there's so much stuff around it, we can't see it properly.

Sylvia K said...

Well, it is extreme, but funny!!! Love your captures -- as always! Hope you're getting ready for a great weekend!!

Randy said...

Obivously they don't think they can sell themselves. I think they're tasty.

Linda said...

I find the display neat, attractive and very creative! Thank you so much for sharing this, Lowell, I love it. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

There was one something like that at an upscale shopping center in Eugene (Oregon) last Fall, they had it in the outdoor part of the mall, filled with mums .... I think I posted it.

Kate said...

I guess that any gimmick to catch passersby is worth a try!

llandudnopictures said...

Someone did a great job parking such a classic in such a tight space ;-)

José Mendonça said...

It's so great it should be in a museum instead.

Birdman said...

I agree. Lots of trucks. On another topic: more, salt, more salt, more salt... please.

VP said...

Eye-catching and quite curious...

Sharon Anck said...

What a nice way to advertise. I haven't seen one around these parts yet.

RedPat said...

It's a beautiful old car, Lowell! Not sure of the connection to the product though.

magiceye said...

Looks cute!!

EG CameraGirl said...

Seems like it's taking up valuable sales space to me. (Yep, I'm an old grouch today. ;))

Halcyon said...

There aren't any in Germany. :)

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