I am in San Diego with the family visiting my wife’s sister. We took America West on our flight out here. When it was time for the drink service, this is what we found:
Tonight, it was advertising throughout the menu during our visit to The Cheesecake Factory.
I wish I could be left alone and have some peace and quiet.
Attention decision makers – the additional revenue is not worth it. I am starting to choose products and services based on the fact that I only get the product or service.
Please leave me alone.
Can I have an Amen?
This goes hand-in-hand with what Seth writes about in “Free Prize Inside” – that the tactic of deluging the consumer with commercial interruptions just ain’t cuttin’ it anymore. In fact, it’s just ticking us off.
I think you’ve found an example of “Extreme Interruption” here!
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Watching the Today Show this morning while eating my oatmeal and caught a story on the Kentucky Derby. Not about the horses, but the jockeys… apparently they’re being offered tidy sums of moola to wear corporate logo shin bands, ala NASCAR!
Can you hear me screaming?!!!!!