With all the talk about recession, bailouts, and the credit crisis, people everywhere are wishing there was some sort of quick fix.
While the product itself may not do much for the economy, Winstanley has hit upon a unique way to spread its message, as well as lighten the mood a bit in offices across the country.
The 2009 Economic Stimulus Spray arrives shrink-wrapped and emblazoned with promises such as ‘makes everyone feel better – for a few seconds’ and ‘smells like hope.’
In addition, the packaging directs recipients to a companion Web site, economyspray.com, where just by typing in a URL, virtually any site can be ‘stimulated.’ The interface allows the user to create a storm of floating dollar bills, add a top hat to an existing photo, or give a blog’s masthead a little bit of bling, just to name a few tricks that are part of a larger ‘Economic Stimulus Toolbox.’
It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye. But give it a try anyway.