Skip to comments.A bit enamored of [Dan] Aykroyd, maybe? [selling vodka]
Posted on 11/04/2008 2:29:07 PM PST by Shermy
It was quite a scene when Dan Aykroyd turned up to sign bottles of his new brand of vodka, Crystal Head, at Lees Discount Liquor.
More than 400 people stood in line some arriving two hours before doors opened to get one of the skull-shaped bottles on Thursday.
Many fans brought memorabilia for Aykroyd to sign in addition to their vodka.
Kyle Bailey of Las Vegas showed up in a Ghostbusters outfit with an armload of movie
souvenirs for Aykroyd to sign.
Army National Guard recruiters Sgt. Augustine Reyes, center left, and Sgt. Ted Ziegenfuss stopped by to get their picture taken with the actor, comedian, singer and writer.
Jennylee Berns, left, was one of two models helping with the signing.
There were 72 cases available at the signing. The bottles were selling for $49.99 each.
More people there than at a Joe Biden rally.
LOL...she’s so pathetic. But I wish her well against Crazy Nancy!
Ackroyd selling vodka in skulls.
Something to think about other than the election.
So Irwin Mainway is now selling alcoholic beverages...great.
Joe Biden also was the lowest selling Cabbage Patch doll.
Final price was ~$3500, whereas the Palin doll sold for $19,000.
The same buyer won all 4. John McCain went for $6,000.00 and Obama for $8,400.00.
The individual auctions had different bidders (only the winner was near the top bidders for all auctions).
$3,500...that was about the same amount Ol’ Joe has given to charity in how many years?
“Jane, you ignorant slut!”
(Somehow that line pertains to this thread. So I thought I’d throw it out.)
It’s the “Johnnie Human Torch kit” and the “Johnnie Invisible Pedestrian Costume”
It's called Marketing :-]
What’s up Sherm?
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