Bros and a Mythical Figure Work on Campaign for “How to Get New Customers”

Yes it’s true, Stamas Bro Aristotle (center) flew 3,000 miles to work with Stamas Bro Homer (upper left) and BigFootZombie (lower left) on a campaign for the new website “How to Get New Customers.”

Out of Hiding

The Stamas Bros are thrilled to announce that BigFoot Zombie has come out of hiding to work with them on developing a promotional campaign for the brand new website “How to Get New Customers” located at

Promoting a Website

The brand new website “How to Get New Customers” at, has let it be known that they have sollicted marketing help from the offbeat group the Stamas Bros (who do online marketing arts projects) as well as the notorious BigFoot Zombie descendent, BigFoot Zombie the third (or as he likes to call himself, “The Footster”).

A Disagreement

Stamas Bro Homer and Stamas Bro Aristotle, who each head up a respective media company, have joined forces to launch the How to Get New Customers site. But already the bros are at odds with each other regarding what the website should be called. Should it be How to Get New Customers or How to Get New Clients?

“Client” Versus “Customer”

Stamas Bro Aristotle thinks the domain URL should use the word “Client,” while Stamas Bro Homer thinks it should be “Customer.” One Stamas Bro feels “client” is the term most likely to have a good result, while the othe bro thinks that client is limiting and can only be used with certain kinds of customers (ironic use). Whereas the word “Customers,” Homer goes on to say is more universal, fitting many kinds of patrons.

A Slice and Advice

The Stamas Bros, agreeing to disagree, go out for a slice. While eating their New York City perfection at Palace Pizza in Inwood Manhattan, BigFoot Zombie is giving them an earful and is getting more and more agitated.

Bros, you have to understand, your client is “How to Get New CUSTOMERS,” not “How to Get New CLIENTS.”

See, he used the word “client” not “customer.”

BigFoot Zombie throws up his hands (not throws up on his hands) in despair deciding that the marketing world is not for him. He then promptly goes back into hiding in the woods to do his old job of being caught on camera in very fuzzy photos so you can’t tell if he’s real or not.

A Fortune Teller Helps

The bros find an alleged psychic who Stamas Bro Homer doesn’t believe in because Homer is a part time magician and just like Houdini did in his day, reveals the shams. But just as he is about to turn on the lights and show Stamas Bro Aristotle that the so called clairvoyant is producing the “spiritual” phosphorescence with a glow in the dark cloth attached to a string from a stick, he does not out the mystic. Why? Because the metaphysical woman is saying out loud to use “Customer” over “Client.”

All’s Well that Ends Well

Stamas Bro Homer comes up with a solution that pleases Stamas Bro Aristotle as they are heading to the airport. Homer “forwards” the domain name. If you type in ( it will jump to (don’t put in “www”).