$5000 for one of the best library ad campaigns I’ve seen

I put this on Twitter last week while I was trying to figure out how to get permission to post one of these photos. The link got buzzed around really speedily and the photos were everywhere. I figured I’d drop it here for posterity too. Aren’t these trucks great looking? Another neat thing from Johnson County Library System (KS).

9 Responses to “$5000 for one of the best library ad campaigns I’ve seen”

  1. joshua m. neff Says:

    Thanks for the props, Jessamyn! (Not that I had anything to do with this ad campaign. But I work there and I also love the new trucks a lot.)

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    My only grump is that they went for a Jekyll/Hyde “Pharmacy”. That was begging for “Dr. Jekyll’s/Mr. Hyde’s Marvelous Tonic: You won’t recognize yourself.”

  4. leah Says:

    Ahhhh! They are awesome!! I love love love them!

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