At the expense of his own, an American car salesman learned that if he puts something in an ad, he would have to adhere to it, even if he didn’t think anyone was catching up on the buy-in poet.
IN THIS CASE YOU MAY BE GIVEN TO VINNI FOR ONE CAR TO 10 BRIDGE.
Chris Pio thought of a dip and wrote in 1997, along with Cadillac’s announcement, that the first to appear with 10,000 bananas could be taken. Jeff Quirion split and multiplied, and decided that it would be a good deal, so he went to the car dealership in Bristol, Connecticut.
Quirion, who announced ABC, said he hadn’t betrayed the deal at first, exactly what his plan was and what currency he was thinking of. “I wanted to get the best deal possible,” he told the reporter, and he managed to save $ 400. True, there are no notes that this is exactly what it means when converting to bananas.
For the customer, a weekend was enough to get the amount of banana for the advertising bill and take it to a van in a van. Pio confirmed that his buyer had already bargained for it, so his loss was around $ 1,200. But then it was a bit of a grief, and in return for the lawsuit and some extra promise in the case, he undertook to enter into the deal.
The lorry driver said he had eaten about 30 bananas since then and when the reporter asked him if he liked the banana, the man replied a little bit bitterly:
NOW HAVE BEEN ACCEPTABLE.
The new owner of Cadilac is not a fruit merchant, nor did he plan to continue paying for food in this food, as he was determined to ask for cash when he resold the car.