Georgilocks and the Three Cars

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In celebration of National Tell A Fairy Tale Day, February 26th, here at Aronson Advertising, we’ve decided to share our take on a classic fairytale, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Once upon a time, there was a man named Georgilocks. He went for a walk at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show. Pretty soon, he came upon a very cool display of cars. He looked at the 2017 Audi RS 7, no one was in it, so he got inside. Despite it’s sleek exterior, luxurious cabin, and bright red color, Georgilocks knew it wasn’t the car for him. “This one is too small, too expensive, and too bright.”

Continuing through the Auto Show, Georgilocks stopped next at the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas. Much anticipated, this brand new SUV caught Georgilocks’ eye. He looked at the Atlas, no one was it in, so he got inside. With an expansive dashboard full of features, seating for seven adults, and a staggering 18 cupholders, Georgilocks knew it still wasn’t the right car from him. “This one is too big, too loud, and has way too many cupholders.”

Convinced he might not find his perfect car, Georgilocks slowly sauntered through the remaining displays. Suddenly, he came across a car that had as much personality as he did: the Chevy Lego Batmobile. Built using more than 340,000 LEGO® bricks, measuring 17 feet long, and coming in at 1,695 pounds, Georgilocks knew this was the perfect car for him. “This one, with its awesome flames and cool colors, is just right.”

Even though he couldn’t take the real Lego Batmobile home, he was satisfied with the miniature version he got to build himself. Georgilocks considered this year’s Chicago Auto Show a definite success.

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