It’s true. Curiosity has been known to claim the life of a feline or two. But, it’s also true that it has led to increases in store sales (on an average of 18%). Here, let me explain.
About the sales, not the cats. I don’t pretend to know what the cats are getting into.
First, I have a few questions that I need you to answer honestly. Have you ever eavesdropped on a private conversation? Or read the last page of a book before starting? What about sneaking a peak at your birthday present? Or rubbernecked? Come on – I know you’ve rubbernecked.
Another question. Why you are still reading this? Because you’re curious. And cats aren’t the only ones falling prey to the lure of the Curiosity Temptress.
My team has figured out how to harness this power. And we do it by utilizing outdoor attention-getting devices that get results. Results that lead to a bump in your store sales from inquisitive pedestrians, motorists, and aviators alike.
At the crossroads of imagination and reality, my team is hard at work. It’s a place where roadside flags capture unique brand images, while remaining simple enough to be read by motorists. Where a horizontal logo can live in harmony with a vertical flag. Where anything from a dragon to a duck to a doughnut can be transformed into colossal inflatable monuments.