Starbucks Defies Laws Of Physics To Sell More Coffee

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AdPulpian, Thomas Hawk, point us to this experiential marketing stunt by Starbucks in San Francisco.

“Today as I was crossing the Embarcadero I noticed that this gentleman had left his coffee on the roof of his car. Midway through the cross walk I turned and pointed at him and he just waved at me. I ran back to the other side of the crosswalk and approached his window as he wasn’t getting what I was pointing at. When I got close enough to speak to him I told him that his coffee was on his roof. He looked at me and said, “I know, Happy Holiday’s from Starbucks!” At first I didn’t get it, it didn’t sink in, so I told him again, your coffee it’s on your roof and again he looked me square in they eye and said, “yes, yes, I know, Happy Holidays from Starbucks.” It was at this point that I realized that the coffee cup was permanently affixed to his roof and that he was an advertisment in disguise. “

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Creative technologist by day. VP at Corporate 3 Design in Omaha. Proud father and husband.