We all have name brand products that we love.
I prefer Pepsi products to Coke. Jif Peanut Butter over Skippy. Cheetos to any ‘imitation’ cheese puff.
But would I willingly get a tattoo of a favorite brand logo if it meant a 20 percent discount for life?
But that is exactly what Ecko Unlimited is currently purposing to its brand faithful. And they appear to be perfectly seriously.
The popular line of t-shirts, denim, polos, and sneakers is offering a 20 percent life-time discount to anyone who gets a tattoo of the brand’s iconic rhino or shears on their person.
Sound like a deal?
Before you run out and invest in a new tramp stamp, do the math. If the Ecko Unlimited tee you are jonesin’ for retails at $30, the brand permanently decorating your backside only saves you $6.
They expect people to turn themselves into a billboard for that? Sorry, Ecko — personal real estate carries a far heftier price.
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