The state will spend $27 million over the next 24 buy tramadol online no prescription to lure new visitors to Connecticut. Whether that’s a good investment or not, only time will tell.
The theme of the campaign is “Connecticut: Still Revolutionary.” (Not exactly “Virginia Is for Lovers” or “I [Heart] New York.”)
But if the objective is to try to bring more tourism into the state, there’s one little problem: The advertising agencies selected by the state to draft the campaign are not in Connecticut. Is it just us, or does that seem totally wrong?
The state’s Department of Economic & Community Development, which oversees the Office of Culture & Tourism, selected a New York marketing firm, Chowder Inc., to create the advertisements for the “Still Revolutionary” campaign, and paid it $500,000 for the creative work.
Noted former WFSB-TV news executive Dick Ahles in an editorial for the New London Day, “Connecticut, despite its many achievements, is apparently yet to produce an advertising agency worthy of promoting Connecticut.”
We couldn’t agree more.
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