I ask because Pensacola, Florida just put up a new billboard in Laredo. Well, not really Pensacola, but the National Naval Aviation Museum.
I think it’s great that this museum would have the funding to let others in the US know that they are invited to go visit. BUT – you knew there was a “but” – I am trying to figure out the logic.
It is one of the first billboards you would see if you crossed International Bridge #2 so… can I assume it is targeting Mexican tourists?? If it is, why is it in English and not touristy Spanish? And if it is targeting a driving population (it is on I-35, not near the airport), why would it target a city 900 driving miles away? I guess it can be a nice drive to go watch “one of the largest IMAX® theatres in the world and has the largest screen in Florida.” Hmmmm… I am almost tempted…
Maybe there is just something I don’t know about the Laredo and Pensacola connection?? I can see Orlando, Florida museums advertising since Allegiant Air now flies directly to Orlando from Laredo but… from Pensacola, it is another 500 miles in the opposite direction. I HAVE to be missing something – enlighten me, someone.