Acid + All Heartburn Medicine Helps Late Tax Filers


OK. We diligently filed our taxes on time yesterday postponing it to the last possible moment only to find out that...damn...we had another day! Taking advantage of that extra day, today, Thomas Pharmaceuticals has hired a seersucker-suited, brochure-wielding, product sampling team to hand out the company's Acid + All heartburn medication to those filing their tax returns at the James Farley Post Office in Manhattan. While this is certainly a great way to reached the stressed out American, hasn't everyone converted to filing taxes electronically negating the need to visit the Post Office? Anyway, we might stop by and pick up some Acid + All ourselves just for fun.

by Steve Hall    Apr-18-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Guerilla   

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This morning, before 7:00 a.m., a representative thrust a sample of the product into the hands of NY1 reporter Roger Clemens. When Clemens went on-air, he humorously described his encounter with the rep, displayed the sample and described the product, and mentioned its name several times. Impressive result.

Posted by: annulla on April 18, 2006 2:26 PM

Dear AdRants,

I heard Johnny Walker was there right after 12 handing out shots of whiskey to people who'd accidentally missed the midnight deadline.


The Rhetorical Letter Writer

Posted by: The Rhetorical Letter Writer on April 19, 2006 2:43 AM

I did a temp gig along the same lines as this one year.

It was for the Excedrin 1040 Headache. We passed out aspirin samples and free pizza on April 15 at the Post Office. I was lucky and I didn't have to dress up as a big aspirin bottle. Free food, free aspirin, good pay, and people really enjoyed us. It was a fun day.

Posted by: Ruins on April 23, 2006 1:17 AM

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Posted by: CVS Pharmacy on February 3, 2007 11:34 PM