$100,000 For Fake Kitchens For Carbon Tax Ads

The Telegraph reports:

THE federal government's advertising agency spent $100,000 to build three fully furnished fake kitchens complete with new stoves, fridges and appliances to act as backdrops for its carbon tax ads.

And they have been sitting in storage gathering dust in a Sydney studio warehouse ever since.

The Daily Telegraph has learned that for the first series of household compensation ads for the government's carbon tax, the ad agency had hired a residential kitchen at a cost of around $2000.

But the agency changed its mind for the second set of ads and decided to build three kitchens in a studio instead.

 Our tax dollars hard at work...

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