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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