I understand.

There's more than one reason not to go down that street.


Comments (4)

  1. HPCmarketer says:

    Hi heather, I just stumbled upon your blog and want to say that I’m truly enjoying it.  I am relatively new to tech marketing (having switched from consumer products) w/ a small software company that is also a partner of MSFT in HPC.  I love my job, but am still trying to find my way around technical jargon and the many layers of marketing in a large tech company as MSFT. Your blog has demystified a lot of that for me, and I just want to thank you for being so enlightening!  


    HPC Marketer

  2. Roger says:

    Your father was correct, although possibly a little misleading.

    I guarantee you that you will never find a mall at the end of a road posting that sign.

    Always listen to your father 😉

  3. HeatherLeigh says:

    HPC – thanks!

    Roger – fortunately, it wasn’t my father (I lifted the pic from postsecret….see the link). I just happen to understand the affinity for outlet malls to the point where you would want there to be one at the end of any given street. Nothing better than saving 25%.

  4. Tim says:

    My mother, who grew up in South Philly during the time of polio epidemic, and believed Outlet was a disease. Thus, this sign marked streets which had No Outlet. A good place for kids to play, I’m guessing.

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