Isn’t New York City scary enough already? Not according to The Winchester, MA-based TheJelly Public Relations and New York’s Grey Advertising.
Isn’t New York City scary enough already? Not according to The
Winchester, MA-based TheJelly Public Relations and New York’s Grey
On October 25, the two agencies unleashed around 100 ghouls wearing
Jason (of Friday The 13th fame) masks to help introduce Individual.com,
a free individualized provider of news and information services for
business pros. The troupe was led by Bill Hinzman, the ’leading’ zombie
from the horror classic Night of the Living Dead, who served as chief
The horde marched along Third Avenue, uttering the words ’blah blah,’
which not only hearkened back to Living Dead zombie assaults, but also
coincided with Individual.com’s portrayal of most news and information
services as little more than gibberish.
’It was hard to miss them,’ said Scott Fabian, TheJelly’s manager of
media services. ’People were amused and shocked - and they couldn’t keep
their eyes off them.’
Surprising, given the number of zombies walking the streets of New York