It’s no news that Chavecito’s face is everywhere in Venezuela. But this isn’t Venezuela; it’s Argentina, where a lot of people have fond (and more than a little envious) memories of the Comandante:
With much joy, the Argentine collective Cartago TV paid homage to the memory and struggles of the Supreme Comandante, Hugo Chávez, in Neuquén, in northern Patagonia, Argentina.
A graphic campaign of 4.4 x 2.2 metre billboards was located in two central commercial areas of the provincial capital, one at the corner of Santa Fe and Independencia, in the so-called “banking zone”, and the other at the corner of Dr. Ramón and Argentina Ave., in the heart of the university area.
Each campaign will last for 15 days and the second one will last another 15. The campaign marks four years of Cartago TV in the region.
It’s hard to miss Chavecito when he is literally everywhere, and that can only be a good thing.