If you want to pull in crowds or keep people at bay, there is nothing better than “Flashy Pennants,” “Advertising Pencils” and “No Hitch-Hiker Stickers.” These were all the rage in the 1930s, but pennants, pencils and stickers just never get old. Only the prices for them radically change.
This coming election year the campaigns would be wise to use some of these timeless selling tools. After all, this election is not that different from buying a Champion Used Car from a bunch of carnival barkers.
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