HMV parodies famous London landmark

- HMV parodied the famous Oxford Street sighting, the 'Golf Sale' sign, to promote its own annual sale last week.

- HMV parodied the famous Oxford Street sighting, the 'Golf Sale' sign, to promote its own annual sale last week.

The 'Golf Sale' sign has been an omnipresent feature in London for many years, with strategically placed men and women holding the 6 foot high signs.

HMV launched its sale with 30 people impersonating rock stars walking the mile between the record store's two Oxford Street branches carrying HMV-branded signs with lines such as 'Are you barking mad for it?', 'We are sale-ing' and 'This is not a Golf Sale'.

The promotion also included a first-day draw with genuine platinum discs as prizes in the. To enter customers had to visit an HMV store on the morning of the sale on 2 October.



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