Monday, January 18, 2010

Cannes Grand Prix up for grabs!


This is so far-fetched it surely has to be true.

Russian coywriter Evegeniy Danilov has listed a Cannes Grand Prix for sale on eBay.

The priced quoted is anything but cheap.

Where it gets interesting is Danilov is offering his copywriting services as a bonus to the winning bidder.

Fun idea. No doubt about it. But if the guy is as good a writer as he seems to think he is he should have learned how to use a spell checker.

Click here for more info. Click here to make a bid on eBay.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Marcus Brown said...

Spelling checking costs extra Stan.

7:03 am  
Anonymous montanaripaolo said...

I really love your blog!

9:51 am  
Blogger teresa said...

woah, free shipping!? bargain.

10:04 am  
Anonymous Mike Lind said...

Hey, English isn't his native language... give him a break. It's the ideas that matter and from what I can see he certainly has a few of them coupled with a bucketload of chutzpah to give this a go.

12:17 pm  
Blogger Stan Lee said...

You have to admit the price is a tad high though Mike.

4:45 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stan reading between the lines, his goal isn't to sell the trophy, hence the listed price

10:38 pm  
Blogger Stan Lee said...

I know exactly what he's doing Anon and I admire his chutzpah. I'd rather he had a great folio than his name on an award though.

10:56 pm  
Anonymous Mike Lind said...

The starting bid is $20,000... that's not too much to ask for someone getting into the industry I reckon.

Buying his services outright for a million, well, perhaps that's a bit of a blue sky dream from our Russian mate there I must admit Stan.

9:28 am  

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