Agency: Publicis, Toronto.
Neat idea. Good so long as you can stretch it & read it.
yeah, like it.
Nice idea, for sure.
Do we all agree basic human curiosity is enough incentive for most to stretch this & read it?
I loves it!
so if you’re not strong enough to stretch this, then you might need this personal trainer’s help 🙂
love the idea, but how do you deliever the message to the consumers? what i mean is how does a consumer come in contact with it?
Soyuzno – you articulated my point about the streching better than I did – hopefully it’s not too hard to strech – otherwise those that need the trainer won’t have the contact info.
Oh come on people, if someone wants to read it, they’ll find a way. They’ll ask a friend, or tie both ends to trucks and drive them away from each other.
Awesome idea, wish I’d thought of it!
Great Idea, love it
I like it. Hopefully you’ve got a good memory though because you’d need one hand to dial the #
So how do I write down or dial the number while I’m using both hands to stretch it?
Nice direct ripoff from the One Show Design winner in 2003:
Not very original, unfortunately.
… but if you’re not strong enough to stretch it, you won’t be able to get the personal trainer’s help. :/
Hi everybody. Loving the idea. Does anyone know a company that produces this kind of cards? Or what the material used is called?
Thanks very much in advance for your replies!
That would make a motivating business card.
I’m glad to see my card is still popular. My personal training clients in Toronto love it!
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