Monte Carlo Resort & Casino is not a fan of luxury that’s exclusionary. The Las Vegas property wants everyone to experience “opulence and superior hospitality” and believes they can open open up “a whole new world where extravagance is accessible to all and where everyone can feel rich.” That’s why LA-based David&Goliath, spelled “debauchery” wrong in the ad above. To make the place seem “approachable” and “irreverent.”
Other ads in the campaign include “Ron Day Voo”, “Tray Sheek”, and “Bone App a Teat”.
I just did a quick check and suites start at $385.90 for this weekend. So, if you actually are rich and you like to spell words as if you were texting them to your BFF, the Monte Carlo awaits.
June 15, 2009 By