Saturday night I went downtown to catch a show at a bar. At one point during the night, this big drunk guy grabbed me and began congratulating me on my awesome t-shirt.
The shirt I was wearing was one I had picked up a couple years ago from the local big-ass thrift store that sported the logo for a tax company, Mo Money Taxes. It turns out he had heard of this company, which has no locations in town. This was the first time that a person acknowledging my shirt actually knew beforehand that it wasn’t one of those shirts that advertise fake companies.
I’m writing this because I want you to know that Mo Money Taxes is indeed real, and that there may be a location near you, as they’ve got 90 franchises in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Ohio and, for some reason, Michigan. I also want to share with you the joy of Mo Money Taxes’ advertising campaign, which is SPECTACULAR. Enjoy:
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