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If Mission Were a Car...

March 12, 2014

What car would it be and why!? We recently challenged the office to finish this sentence so we could see what our people really think. We got some serious answers, some interesting answers, and some answers that left us rolling on the floor.

If Mission were a car, it would be a Tesla Electric, because we are waaaaaay ahead of the curve.

If Mission were a car, it would be an El Camino, because we spent our formative years having an identity crisis but have since gained the utmost confidence in our multi-functionality.

If Mission were a car, it would be a convertible, because we like to put the top down and have fun.

If Mission were a car, it would be a Honda CRZ, because we’ve got a badass side (it looks like a shark!) and a softer, environmentally conscious side.

If Mission were a car, it would be a Little Red Corvette, because we sometimes tell clients, “Move over baby, give me the keys,” and, coincidentally, we also like to drive to the place where the horses run free from time to time.

If Mission were a car, it would be a manual, because we are industry hipsters.

If Mission were a car, it would be a 1967 Mustang Convertible, because when asked the question, "What car?" I will always respond, "1967 Mustang Convertible."

If Mission were a car, it would be a waffle, because that's not a car that's a waffle.

Waffle Dog

If Mission were a car, it would be a Rolls-Royce, because all of our work has been tailored to meet the unique needs of our different clients

Photo courtesy of: www.dailymail.co.uk

If Mission were a car, it would be a Honda, because our work and ideas are so reliable that clients tend to never want to let us go.

If Mission were a car, it would be a clown car, because although we are unassuming from the outside, we are filled with oddballs, tomfoolery and unexpected/hidden talents.

If Mission were a car, it would be a Woodie, because the car belongs at the beach with a surfboard on the roof, but is rarely seen before 10 am.

(Side note: Also, our Woodie would be heavily customized by Todd, probably with orange trim and aged barnwood.)

If Mission were a car, it would be The Mystery Machine, because there's no marketing mystery that the gang can't solve!

Mystery Machine photo By Syed Abdul Khaliq from Shah Alam, Malaysia (The Mystery Machine  Uploaded by themeparkgc) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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