Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Rthr? WTF?

And you thought Queens nabes were given some stupid ads.
Take a gander at what Staten Island and the Bronx have to put up with.

12 comments:

JQ said...

what's with the phobia of vowels?

I urge all the vandals out there to correct this.

Anonymous said...

Gentrification at it's best!

Anonymous said...

A completely idiotic marketing program and a total waste of money! Who is this geared to? Everyone knows what neighborhood they live in and next too . So what's this all about?

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of the 80s.Anyine else remember those white letter on black background Chardon jeans ads in the subway?

Anonymous said...

Pat Sajak, I would like buy a vowel, actually several of them.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the hipsterfication of New York City

Anonymous said...

NYC Public School grads still won't be able to read it.

Anonymous said...

Nor would NYC private school grads.

Anonymous said...

Signs are supposed to inform....

Big failure.

JQ said...

the hipsterfication of nyc

thanks to mayor zero vision,his fraudulent wife and their arrogant offspring.

something's gotta give,because this town will not be inhabitable for the sane,aware or considerate anymore

we need a real rain,or sandy II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IAJFCxAP_Y

Anonymous said...

Here's a list of the folks responsible:

Emily K. Rafferty, President of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Chairperson of the Board of Directors of NYC & Company
Fred Dixon, President and CEO of NYC & Company
Kevin Booth, Chief Financial Officer
Kelly Curtin, Executive Vice President, Membership & Destination Services
Bryan Grimaldi, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel
Willy Wong, Chief Creative Officer
(Yes, that's really his name, and he's most likely the one who actually came up with this campaign)
http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/willy-wong-helps-nyc-bustling-visitors-article-1.1396547

Here is where they all wallow in solid gold bathtubs full of champagne and your tax dollars - because without them, nobody would bother visiting such an dull and insignificant city like New York.

NYC & Company
810 Seventh Ave., 3 fl
New York, NY 10019
212-484-1200 tel

JQ said...

I would like to write them,but will they understand if I left vowels in.

thanks for posting,they are gonna get it.