C101 Afternoons 3pm-8pm
"C101 4 O'Clock 4 Play" - Weekdays at 4pm, hear 4 songs from your favorite Artist!
"The Vault on C101 at 6pm" - We opne the music vault and play a couple of songs from the same year that you probably haven't heard in a long time!
"Friday C101 Haircuts at 3pm" - 4 of your favorite 80's Hairband songs!
The skincare company Nivea decided to promote a line of deodorants called "Stress Protect" by SERIOUSLY stressing people out. They did it by pranking unsuspecting people at an airport in Germany, and making them think the POLICE were after them.
--First they waited for the person to sit down in one of the terminals, and took a picture of them without letting them know it.
--Then the guy with the camera ran to a back room, where a whole crew was stationed. And they printed out a fake newspaper with the person's picture on the front, along with a headline in German that said, quote, "Suspect on the Run."
--Then someone posing as a fellow traveler sat down across from the person being pranked, and took the newspaper out so they'd see it.
--And in the background, a news report came on the TV running the same picture, and saying police were on the look out for them . . . and that they were quote, "dangerous and unpredictable."
--Nivea also had actors sitting all over the terminal, eyeing them up and down the whole time. You can check out the video online. The reaction of the first girl they do it to is the best.
(--Search for "Nivea DEO: Stresstest." She sees the paper at :32, there's a message on the loud speaker at :42, the news report comes on at :59, and she finds out it's a prank at 2:38. There's also a montage of more victims at 1:30.)