Great comments on the Saab Signature Colors article. I can feel a spate of polls coming up.
Next time you’re honing your six-pack at the gym (real men have a keg, not a six-pack), hanging around at the car wash or maybe catching up with friends for an apéritif, you might see what looks like a framed picture on the wall of a Saab.
Zoom Media & Marketing, an out-of-home media company specializing in place-based lifestyle networks, announced Monday it is accelerating the rollout of its digital screen network in bars and restaurants. Since August, Zoom has installed its network in more than 100 locations in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Over the next 90 days, the rollout will include 500 locations in the nation’s top 10 markets. So far, Zoom has signed 250 contracts and has begun installing venues in Philadelphia, Dallas, and Houston, followed by Miami, Boston, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.
The advertising world is a world of it’s own. I tell ya.
Saabs have been used for all manner of things in recent days.
One’s been a delivery suite for a new baby girl. Nice way to mess up the leather, but then what better place to be born?
Another’s been used as a getaway car in a robbery on a small newsagency – BAD!!!
And another’s been stolen as the owner pulled up in her own garage. Stolen possibly for use as a getaway car in another robbery??? Nah, it’s a convertible.
Two Saab owners decided to do their own crash test and collided head-on yesterday morning at an intersection in Mellor, Lancashire. Both walked away unhurt.
Saab do their own extensive crash testing. There’s no need for this.
Colorado State University are raffling a Saab 9-7x that’s been donated by the local Saab dealership there.
That’s one thing I meant to ask Steve Shannon about – are there ANY Saab 9-2x’s left hanging around in the US at all? If so, can I give away the last one here in a contest?
That would have been great.