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Joon wrote:I drive a car, and the tuk-tuk's advertising often catches my attention. Sometimes I would even lightly speed up to catch up with a tuk-tuk at a red light to have a better look at the ads.
As a car driver though, best tuk-tuk advertising designs are the ones with a great picture, big letters, the logo of the company big and visible and as few words as possible.
It won't necessarily entice me to go to the places but it would make me familiar with the logo and brand and next time I see it around (in magazines, on Internet, or just driving by) I will recognize it, and maybe try it.
Agreed - being new to the country a lot of it is brand name association for me. I'm surprised that tuktuk with the widescreen TV on the back doesn't cause accidents, though.
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