So this story is true. Yuri Siretski, VP of Business Development at Symbol of Success, has confirmed it.
Sacramento, California (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
No, the world did not end on December 21, 2012, allowing the people at Symbol of Success to move forward with another phase of their historic project. They will be offering participants the opportunity to buy two spots on the Rolls Royce Phantom for the price of one.
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz about two rumors: 1) the world is coming to an end (based on an ancient Mayan prophecy); and 2) the people at Symbol of Success will be offering two spots on the exterior of the Rolls Royce Phantom for the price of one.
The world is still here. The old Mayan story has been proven false.
For quite a while now, another rumor has been in the air, relating to the Symbol of Success Project – the one that would allow businesses to purchase space on the surface of the spectacular $70,000,000 Rolls Royce Phantom. There the buyer’s names, logos, or slogans will be painted by the celebrated artist Justin Barnes, famous for his work on the motorcycles featured on Discovery Channel’s American Chopper. When all the space on the car has been used up, off it goes to Las Vegas, to be seen by journalists, celebrities, tourists and residents; then sent abroad for exhibition at car shows; then returned to Las Vegas, where it will spend eternity in a casino or automobile museum, to be marveled at by spectators.
The rumor was that the people at Symbol of Success were busy putting together a fabulous deal regarding the cost of the advertising space on the car. As a matter of fact, no such deal was originally contemplated, but the talk about it was incessant. So those behind Symbol of Success decided, beginning on December 21, 2012, to offer a substantial discount: for the first 100 spaces sold by the end of the year, purchasers get another one free, to be used for any purpose, e.g., to display more company-related information, to re-sell, to donate to a favorite charity.
Since the price of space on the Rolls Royce Phantom is expected to rise in the months to come (from $15, 000 now to $25,000, then to $40,000, then up to $50,000), this discount will be especially welcome to new businesses that want to participate.
So the prophecy that life on earth was doomed has been discredited. That is good news. But there is more good news: the people at Symbol of Success are making it easier for companies to take advantage of an opportunity for a lifetime of affordable advertising.
And if doomsday rumors ever do prove to be true and the civilization of the 21st century is destroyed, future generations, seeing the Rolls Royce Phantom in Las Vegas, will know and admire what the people of the present day could accomplish.