Not content to have successfully lampooned Labor’s mandatory internet filtering project, the bad boys at Australian electronics manufacturer Kogan have taken aim squarely at Harvey Norman. Mumbrella points out the company is planning a satirical advertisement aimed at the retailer:
But that’s not all. Kogan supremo Ruslan Kogan has also challenged Harvey Norman chief Gerry Harvey to an election-style broadcast debate on the consumer electronics industry. Then there’s the hilarious video Kogan has produced mimicking Harvey Norman’s focus on “big brands”:
And, of course, the war has spilled onto Today Tonight:
Oh dear. Looks like the retailer with “hardly normal” prices has a bit of a fight on its hands. Game on!