In a distant past, well before Euro Classic Furniture obscured the view of their niche collection of old-world furniture with neon signs and protest slogans, they had a much different marketing campaign—one that was just as intriguing, but way less obnoxious and gaudy.
Now, people are only familiar with Euro Classic Furniture because of Foster’s sign-gate. But three years ago, Travis Crowson was the only reason people bothered to blink an eye when passing the corner of 67th and Foster.
Some call it dancing, some call it advertising, others call it human billboarding. Travis calls it “Juicin.”
We miss this guy.