Strip Club Banner Déjà Vu

A plane advertising a strip club had a message for Tiger Woods

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    AP
    A plane advertising a strip club with a message to Tiger Woods flies overhead during the opening round of the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course Thursday Jan. 28, 2010 in San Diego.

    In a clever marketing move at Tiger Woods’ expense, an airplane flew over the Farmers Insurance Open Thursday with a banner that read “WE MISS YOU TIGER! DEJA VU SHOWGIRLS.”

    Joanne Arellano also saw the banner flying high near her work at the Salk Institute. “It was hilarious! “Arellano said. “Everybody was laughing about it at the retirement party we had at work this afternoon. It was definitely the topic of conversation.”

    Throughout the weekend, plane after plane followed with similar messages from other area clubs including Hustler, Little Darlin's and Dream Girls.

    If you thought it was déjà vu, it was according to a corporate spokesperson.

    The corporate office oversees all the clubs and decided to use the ad for more than just the one club.

    "My boss never stops with one," said the spokesperson. "Thank God he changed them to say something different every day."

    Of course, not to be undone, some of the competition got into the act. When she saw the Cheetah's banner on the way over there this weekend, the Déjà Vu spokesperson laughed, "Ha ha, you're a little late."

    The talk on tour also continues to revolve around Tiger Woods, from the shocking revelations of his infidelity to the mystery of his whereabouts to speculation on when he might return.