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Ho ho ho. More fun at King’s Cross station, with another super eBay tree ๐Ÿ˜‰

[Note to eBay’s PR team: sorry, I just can’t resist…]

6 Responses

  1. I think they have missed a big trick here – the eBay logo needs to be a lot more prominent. The concept is good, but as you can see from the video people just walk by quickly. The ebay logo is a good colourful / in your face message – I personally would have made this more visible at a glance….maybe a bigger version of the USB xmas lights from last year ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. utter waste of money and space

    yet again I wish I were the advertising agency that managed to blag this contract,

    I wonder how many commuters even noticed it

    as john says
    where is the ebay.co.uk logo

    could it be the graphics are designed to be only understandable to those blutered with Christmas gargle

    could it possibly be a left over you should have gone to specsavers advert

  3. #5 “yet again I wish I were the advertising agency that managed to blag this contract”

    I think a back street printers may have been involved Norf, but an ad agency is stretching the imagination a bit to far ๐Ÿ˜†

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