Should People Pay To Be In Your Ad : Innocent Village Fete
She asks why people were asked to pay for Innocent drinks in what was basically an ad for the smoothie drinks company:The Innocent Village Fete this weekend, in all its over-capacitated, Glastonbury for the organic gluttonous glory, was asking people to pay for Innocent drinks… Seriously..... Consumers don’t expect to pay for everything; sure – they know when they should have to and when they shouldn’t – but in my mind (and correct me if I’m wrong and it’s just that I stumbled across the only two outlets that were making you pay for the drinks) what meeting of mavericks thought that paying for smoothies on the day was a good idea?
Ruby, the Pirate Geek, visited the much hyped Innocent Village Fete and left with a achy feeling in her tummy (figuratively speaking). She asks why people were asked to pay for Innocent drinks in what was basically an ad for the smoothie drinks company:
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