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WHAT EVER hap­pened to Czech artist David Cerny’s push-up bus he cre­ated for the 2012 Lon­don Olympics? The Lon­don Booster with blast­ing tri­ceps would be great in any rep­utable man cave – and a big one at that. Le­gend has it Cerny sim­ply bought a bus and made some elec­tric­mo­tor-pow­ered me­chan­i­cal arms for it. Even bet­ter, it had work­out noises added to the move­ment. Would make for one heck of a BBQ cen­tre­piece.

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PIC­TURE IT, you are a lux­ury coach op­er­a­tor and a Mercedes-Benz fan and your seats have USB out­lets. A cus­tomer for­gets their phone charg­ing ca­ble and asks you for one… Boom!

This 2-in-1 sync and charge ca­ble with mi­cro USB ca­ble con­nec­tor and Light­ning adap­tor for charg­ing and syn­chro­niz­ing iPhone®, iPad® and iPod® mod­els is way cool. And while get­ting loads of them into a bowl when you are hun­gry might make them look like noo­dles - but do your­self a favour and don’t eat them. Okay? ;)

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IN THE CON­TEXT that to many peo­ple buses and coaches are just big white (usu­ally) tis­sue boxes on wheels (and fair play to that), this clever Tassielink ad makes sense. Us­ing a bit of smart word­play, it’s a great ex­am­ple of a bus com­pany us­ing its own bus ad­ver­tis­ing to ad­ver­tise … well, its bus ad­ver­tis­ing. If that makes any sense.

It’s not too com­pli­cated and it gets the job done nice and easy. So to whomever came up with that one you’ve earned your milk and cook­ies, no doubt. Nice one. See more at: http://www.tassielink.­ver­tis­ing

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