Dr Mumbo Baaa May 24, 2012 9:14 13 Cynical marketing ploy of the day comes from home loans brand RAMS, which is luring the public at Wynyard Station with cute bundles of fluff, shepherded by cute young girls. topics Advertising, home loans, Marketing, marketing stunt, RAMS Share Tweet Share Comments: 13 Lamb for dinner 24 May 12 baaaaaaa humbug, this is a fun way of playing with their brand. May not generate much new business immediately but it’s engaging. Reply Ram Doubter 24 May 12 Ah, but are they RAMS…. Reply Vegequarian 24 May 12 Unless they make me sign up for a home loan before I can cuddle a baby sheep, I’m ok with this one. Reply Commuter 24 May 12 I am there right now. I will count how many lambs there are for you all: 1, 2, 3….., 4………….., 5…………………..zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Reply Dan 24 May 12 Different. I like it. Reply Waaah 24 May 12 I wonder who was responsible for the ribbons… Let me guess… Reply Dan2 24 May 12 ….and next week commuters passing through Wynyard stations will get to touch some hams. ….and the week after commuters passing through Wynyard stations will get to push some prams. Reply Ross 24 May 12 ….and the week after that commuters passing through Wynyard station will get to taste some clams. Reply Ram Doubter 24 May 12 and then measure out some grams… Reply Big Pete 24 May 12 awwwww – that’s soooo cute . I wanna pat a little lamb Reply James 24 May 12 Um, isn’t this like child porn for New Zealanders???? Reply jean cave 26 May 12 Station should be renamed . . Whingeryard. Reply Offal Spokesperson 28 May 12 The following week…all of the above will be ground up and served as spam Reply Comments are closed. ADVERTISEMENT Most Discussed 122 Comments Sky News drops Outsiders from schedule after sacking of Mark Latham 50 Comments Sky News sacks Mark Latham and refuses to say whether Outsiders will remain on air 47 Comments Why that Pepsi ad isn’t as bad as you think it is 36 Comments 457 visa axing to hurt PR industry with ‘PR manager’ to be removed from temporary visa list 34 Comments Job cuts, one brand and the future: Will Fairfax get it right this time around?