Subject: All the bumper stickers
Date: Feb. 25, 2008
When Britt and I parked next to your automobile Friday night, we noticed you had six separate stickers on your rear bumper. Upon closer inspection, it was clear that some of these stickers were, in fact, covering up older stickers.
The problem is obvious. You want to broadcast your world view to other people, but there simply isn't enough real estate on the back of your car to handle all the bumper stickers. This causes myriad challenges for you, including:
- Old messages must be covered up to provide space for new messages.
- Readers may be overwhelmed by the number of messages on the back of your car, and decide to simply not read any of them.
- So many bumper stickers crowded onto one car can be viewed as an aesthetic failure.
I propose a cost-effective, visually appealing solution. Why not consolidate all of your smaller bumper stickers into one large sticker that expresses your philosophy of life? It would read:
I am an asshole.
My firm can help you with the design and implementation of a bumper sticker transition plan. For a deeper discussion of what bumper sticker consolidation can do for you, contact us today.