So here’s the sitch: You’ve been scanning the daily listings for that perfect home and nothing seems to catch your stubborn eye. Out of the blue, you get an email from a random real estate agent (which clearly he got from some sneaky backdoor questionnaire). Regardless, you’re not upset by the blatant misuse of your email address because he just sent you the home you’ve been building with Lincoln Logs since you were only 5 years old. So, first thing the following day, you and the fam jump in the car to do a quick drive-by. Only, when you get the “supposed” address, the home is nowhere to be found. WHAT? Quite the pickle I’d say. If I were you, I’d call Century 21’s one and only … wait for it … Sherlock Homes (Get it? They’re so silly). But, this vice squad of investigative agents are legit, they’ll solve any real estate mystery you encounter (with magnifying glass in hand) . It’s about time!
So, how do you promote such a unique service? You do what any good Real”ad”tor award winner would do — you “borrow” some familiar imagery and viola — it’s gold. And, if that’s not enough for you, you ask your child to dress up like your mascot and take bring him in for a photo shoot. Warning though, he’ll more than likely have to fend off the droves of ladies going gaga over his celebrity. Small price to pay for a coveted gold nomination.
Mystery solved Karla Mink, thanks for the submission.
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