Something tells me this is a resourceful use of a billboard by a Jane Avenue resident and not an example of guerrilla marketing by Daewoo.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Daewoo Comes to Jane Avenue
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That's absolutely the most perfect tag line for this photo Gordon! Now you've got me wondering what else you caught a glimpse of on your last visit.ReplyDelete
I have to say, Dave, that this was one of the most unexpected things I've seen in Flint in a while.ReplyDelete
My grandparents lived on Jane....475 now runs over where their beautiful old home stood.ReplyDelete
I used to play at the 475 construction site with my pals from St. Mary's, probably near your grandparents house. That highway and the other highway projects needlessly took out a lot of homes and many memories, in my opinion.ReplyDelete
There is a block on Jane St. where there are no houses.ReplyDelete