If you thought the feud between the Wichita Subaru dealership and a local labor union was over, think again. Team Subaru has outdone themselves in round four with an amusing music video.
It began in March, when Carpenters Local 201 placed a banner on the Subaru dealer’s property attempting to shame them over a labor dispute, as chronicled by Twitchy. But the dealer’s response gained national attention:
Shame on Subaru of Wichita…for Having Unbeatable Prices! pic.twitter.com/Ea3O4yQTw1
— Subaru of Wichita (@ridehomehappy) March 14, 2014
The union moved its sign, and once again it was bested by the Subaru response, which included adding a comma to its sign and writing this on its blog:
Our banner friends moved all the way over to the right, in an apparent attempt to end the sentence. However, with the help of a comma, the phrase makes sense when the signs are reversed!
They moved their banner over, so we added a comma to ours–the phrase works when the signs are reversed! http://t.co/n3VZdyxqYz
— Subaru of Wichita (@ridehomehappy) March 20, 2014
March Madness was too big to ignore, with the dealer writing this on its blog, and making yet another change to its sign:
All of us here at Subaru of Wichita are crazy about March Madness. We’re especially thrilled to be cheering on the Wichita State Shockers as they continue to make history. GO SHOCKERS!
— Subaru of Wichita (@ridehomehappy) March 21, 2014
With Team Subaru leading 3-0, the union has once again moved its banner, prompting the dealership to throw a dance party, writing this on its Facebook page:
All this banner repositioning feels a lot like dancing. So, what better way to join the fun than with a musical pop n’lock ballet Google Glass extravaganza?
Watch the video here, sure to make you smile:
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