It's like shooting fish in a barrel.
Try not to make yourself an easy target, choose skateboarding.
Do I even need to say anything?
Who is this speaking to? That's right, target your advertising text at the person buying the stuff, your Mom.
"Gee, my boy is pretty aggresssive, I need to get him some of these for protection."
Since when is a simple description a selling point worth printing on your product? It's like shopping for a car with a sign that says, "Car, with Rubber Tires, Glass windshield." Green Transparent wheels! Finally!
For the tighter budget: You only get one kick-tail, and your wheels are PVC, yikes! Reminds me of my first skateboard. My grandfather refused to buy from a skateshop, no doubt thinking, "Why spend top dollar for a good board when he probably won't be into skateboarding next week?" SO I got the plastic wrapped board from the sporting goods store. a Nash.
Spiderman shoots a web over your eyes with this advertising text. (just in case you were not sure, it's a) SKATEBOARD, "PP Trucks" this means absolutely nothing. Again with the PVC wheels. You wouldn't put PVC coping on your ramp would you?
You have been warned! Don't sue us when your kid breaks his face while using our shitty products!
Welcome to the mainstream. This is like Coca-Cola using Charles Manson to endorse their products. (in my mind at least)
Keep an eye out for some "Official Sheckler Merchandise", or maybe "P-Rod Pro Products."
In comparison, T-Hawk uses some of the correct language (see the 'bearings' line...) But then includes a line for the "5 Huck Jam stickers"...
Here is one of those stickers. I wonder how much they cost to make? Added Value!
Yes, I have a part 3 coming too. But it's just about other strange products.
Come to my Slide show
this Sunday at Family Bookstore
Jen from Guam...
Posted December 11th, 2008 by Bill Murray likes hookers on his______________?