A club promoter found himself on the receiving end of a stern email from Avon, after he planned a tour and named it 'Yer Da Sells Avon'. For anybody not in the know 'yer da sells Avon' is, as Urban Dictionary puts it : "The peak, the maximum, the be-all and end-all of humiliation. The ultimate insult of one's self, one's family and one's dignity. Consider all hope lost in your life if this is said to you and use sparingly against enemies. The letter forbids the promoter from using the name, claiming it would be damaging to the company's brand image as it mocks 'the hardwork and dedication' of male Avon salesmen. But talking to LADbible Paul Zitkus, from Glasgow, said he felt the women's makeup brand needed to liven up about his use of their brand-name for the tour, adding that the DJ is Gary Glitcher who made the hit song 'Yer Da Sells Avon' would be playing at the event. He told us: "When I received the letter I just laughed because it's mental how it even reached them about our tour in Scotland.
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A Glaswegian club promoter who hosted a "Yer Da Sells Avon" tour across Scotland has found himself in trouble from the beauty brand. We hope you understand our concerns and we are sure your events will still be a success. Paul spoke to us out regarding the letter saying: "I just laughed when I read the letter, was shocked they even found out about our tour. Spoke with our designer and we haven't even used their logo it's similar so don't plan on changing anything.