EXPLOITING THE HOMELESS: A MARKETING OPPORTUNITY


The Homeless Depot is an imaginatively satirical exercise in High Street branding and the shameless exploitation of market opportunities, which the IPKat brings you via The Onion.

Branding and the homeless here, here and here
EXPLOITING THE HOMELESS: A MARKETING OPPORTUNITY EXPLOITING THE HOMELESS: A MARKETING OPPORTUNITY Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, July 11, 2004 Rating: 5

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