How to get an unlimited “Unlimited” access pass for the Las Vegas condominium rental market?
The answer: Get a lot of “friends” to “boost your profile.”
That’s the message that the marketing firm, Arava, sent to people who were trying to buy a condo at a Las Vegas condo for $1,500 per month.
The marketing firm says that if you get “a few friends” to buy you a condo, the deal will be worth $2,200.
The ad also claims that the “unlimited” pass will “make you feel like a super celebrity.”
Arava is part of a marketing firm that works with big brands like McDonald’s and PepsiCo to help build their brands, according to the Las Vacaville News.
The ads use the phrase “unlock the dream” to describe their services.
Aravapac says they are a platform to help people get their dream condo, and to get to the next level, by showing them what a “super celebrity” can look like.
“We have a real estate broker, a realtor, a business owner and a friend who are all helping us out with this,” Aravapo’s owner, Ryan Vesey, told the News.
“If you see one of these ads, we want you to click on the ‘unlock’ button.”
Vesey says he has used Aravapa’s services to purchase apartments at the condominium he’s been renting for the past three years.
He also told the Las Venezia News that he was recently contacted by the FBI.
He has not received any offers of money, but did say he will be looking into the matter.ABC News has reached out to Aravaps owner for comment.