SRS Wishes Everyone a Kooky Good Exit in 2012

Shareholder Representative Services sent out its annual holiday card today. This year’s theme was “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” as viewers take a walk through a creepy house searching for the “best exit.” They open a door and find the “historical faces of money” — including Queen Elizabeth, Ben Franklin and George Washington — dancing.

SRS, with its videos, typically chooses larger than life characters to lampoon. Last year, SRS featured Steve Jobs and George Washington (who couldn’t get a good signal on his iPhone) riding in a Toyota pickup truck to a tea party with Sarah Palin and Nancy Pelosi. SRS’s video from 2009 cast Kanye West. The theme for 2008’s holiday card was bubbles (rather, the video was set to Dean Martin’s “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles in the Air”).

“We want our clients to chuckle and reflect on the prior year and have a great next year,” says Mark Vogel, an SRS managing director.

Here’s the video:

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Image Credit: Screenshot from 2011 holiday video produced by Shareholder Representative Services

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