Selling Ad Space in the Sky and elsewhere

August 28, 2007

NYTimes writer Eric Pfanner notes the increasing number of airlines advertising to their captive audiences. I get offended by Alaska Airlines flight attendants giving me a minute-long spiel on their credit card. Where does it end? There are all sorts of opportunities. Want to target the mommy and new parent crowd? Perhaps I should start selling ad space on my newborn son’s onesies:

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Hey, it worked for Chris Pirillo ๐Ÿ™‚ How about, “Powered by Pampers” or “Spit up provided by Gerber”? Then we could branch out and put advertisements on the dark UV blocking film you put on the kids car window so they don’t burn and look like George Hamilton.

Oh and comments should be back on if anyone dares. Any other slogans. ๐Ÿ™‚

2 responses to Selling Ad Space in the Sky and elsewhere

  1. 

    Funny.

  2. 

    Here’s one…"More Pee To the D" (as in diaper).