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Sunday, 26 August 2007 02:55

Icy box booth hits the GC hard

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Games Convention 07: Nothing Icy about it

 

The Icy box is known for their external hard drive enclosures, but no one expected that the Icy box booth will get that hot. Icy Box brought some go-go dancers for the show, four of them, to be more precise.

Most of the time Icy Box's booth was really full. Beside the go-go dancers, who were sitting most of the time, Icy box had a punch bag for strength testing and a motorbike for models to ride. At a certain time, the show started and it got very hot at the Icy box booth. Let’s just say that they got the moves.

We don't want to ruin the surprise, just take a look at the pictures below.

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