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I tagged and wasted a brochure today.

Brianster

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I had to service Target in Lake Jackson, TX, today, and when I pulled up there was a LPM Z71 WBH in the lot with a child size four wheeler in the bed.? I figured, hey tagging time! (y)? I grabbed my next to last brochure and placed it under the wiper blade with the AV pic side up.? I went and pulled up the store.? I walked out, and the AV was gone.? I then drove to the gas station, filled up, (then cried when I looked at the total on the screen), and left the station.? Coming out of the side road was the AV I tagged.? The brochure was STILL on the windshield.? Probably turned on the wipers and got rid of it, because the way he was heading, there were storm clouds in the area.
 
I think I made it too complicated, because I put the pic on the wrong side.  I should have placed it pic facing the inside.
 
so... the tag was a success... you learned from it...

Keep tagging... it'll eventually pay off
 
Good job anyway, you're spreading the word. That's all any of us can do. Up to the tag-ee to take it from there.
 
BrianLee01 said:
I think I made it too complicated, because I put the pic on the wrong side.  I should have placed it pic facing the inside.
I've had good luck writing on the back also
 
WILDFIRE said:
I've had good luck writing on the back also

It is not that.  DougD mentioned in a previous post I make things "too complicated" so that is probably what has happened with the brochure.
 
Did you read tagging 101



btw keep on tagging (y)
 
BrianLee01 said:
It is not that. DougD mentioned in a previous post I make things "too complicated" so that is probably what has happened with the brochure.

:)

Actually, I notice people ignore stuff on their windshields down here all the time.

I place things on the driver's side window, held in by the window seal at the bottom - they tend to see it when entering the vehicle.
 
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