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Many shops like super markets, fashion stores and restaurants display pictures of celebrity costumers for promotional purposes. What do people think abut that?

Mam Chanratanak, 29 years old, General Manager at Milk Green Tea Shop said:

“The idea of displaying actors’ photos showing them with our green tea is very good. We want to show about our activities, communicate the high service and product quality to our customers.”

Mam Chanratanak claims that the celebrities permit all photos that are displayed at his shop.

Heng Davin, 20 years old, student at Technical School of Medical Care who often spends time at Milk Green Tea sais: “When I go to have a meal or buy some stuff in super markets or any I do not judge the product quality upon the photos of actors that go there at all. I judge shops depending on its service, quality and environment.”

Not all unimpressed by celebrity pictures Heng Davin goes on: “To be honest, even though those photos do not effect much of my judging the make me feel it is a nice, modern place with good service and food quality. It must be if actors go there.”

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