Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Money Money Money

Advertizers find a goldmine

A large beach ball for Maracas on a veranda facing the Queen's Park Savannah, Trinidad

Around the Queen’s Park Savannah, there are many historic landmarks. There is the Memorial Park to honour those service men and women who sacrificed their lives in both World Wars and also the popular Magnificent Seven, the Prime Minister's Office, the President’s House, Botanical Gardens and the Boissiere or Gingerbread house. Then, there is the inflatable red cork ball anchored at Cipirani boulevard. A wonder in itself, and an eyesore to the thousands of commuters who pass by.

Prime advertising for a price. Keep your head down and pass by quickly - Gyle

A West Indian fan blowing a shell in support of West Indies Cricket. (This wall ad at the Queen's Part Oval has be destroyed)

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