Haha... does it shocked you that the folks spent thousands of dollars on camera, pay up entrance fees for a car show and end up taking photos of less than amatuer models?
If that shocked you, probably the stares by females in shopping centres and the obvious walking away (keeping a distance) from you in public where you carry a SLR would shocked you more.
Maybe if you could hear the comments made by the ladies on men with cameras as they warn each other between themselves, it'll shock you even further.
Just a joke... don't kick me.
be grateful/thankful those guys are paying for the entrance...else how the organisers got the money to fund/subsidise the sin 2009 and the mollers
Eh some guy's using paper takeaway bag as flash diffuser 2nd pic
Actually, it's a failed marketing tatic. Sales would have improved if they get star engineers from the manufacturers to explain why their cars are superior.
Getting a bunch of crowd which sole target is the models, did the marketing effort actually reached the targetted crowd?
What was sales like?
Endorsing this, what communicated signals does the event or the cars send to potential buyers? XMM car? Buy car get free XMM? Get XMM to beautify after buying car?
What exactly is this event about?
"AWD, 4WD what's the difference?"
Last edited by eyes; 24th September 2009 at 03:16 PM.
did anyone take a guy who is walking around with a film PnS camera which is mounted on a tripod?
Guess the sales at the booth is the last thing of concern.. More likely they wanted the publicity. maybe they wanted to show (not sell) the cars, and it's nice to have something that will pulled in the crowd and help to fund the expenses of bringing in the cars. Unless it is a trade show for trade visitors only.. then the strategy maybe a little different.
And now a lot of pple know Hankook sells Tires.. ST Kinetics does car stuff..
Apparently.. they got what they wanted.. and everyone is happy..