Ikea's guerrilla ads annoy Vancouver retailer: "A Vancouver businessman is furious after the Ikea home products company spray-painted an advertisement outside his store.
Kevin Kelly is working to open a new skateboard shop in the 3300 block of Commercial Drive, near E 16th Avenue.
Last Friday, he says he finished painting an outside wall, only to return Monday to find it had been tagged with a painted slogan."
A Skateboarder is angry that a huge corporation tagged his store. The irony is delicious.
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