Boost Mobile has bus-stop paper shredders


Boost Mobile may be trying to atone for recent sins (the pigs-eating-ham commercial, for one thing) with this neat little public-service offering: live paper shredders at bus stops in Chicago and Boston, where you can shred your existing phone-company contracts (or, presumably, anything that implicates you in a Ponzi scheme). Ad agency 180LA created the shredders, which are one of three new bus-stop executions for the brand. The other two seem a bit less useful—a big hose and an extra-large screw, to remind the public that they can get unhose'd and unscrew'd with Boost.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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