Old electronics get a new life in Best Buy ad
Best Buy is going the "show, don't tell" route by using discarded electronics to promote its recycling program. A billboard in Times Square spells out "e-cycle" with old monitors, speakers, TVs and other e-detritus. Crispin Porter + Bogusky did the work. Via Gizmodo.
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