A Microsoft exec wants the world to smell of dollars and has created his own fragrance to achieve his dream.
Patrick McCarthy, a vice president of sales at Microsoft, has produced a new fragrance aptly named “Money”. The Microsoft exec took a break from the company to create His Money Cologne and Her Money Eau de Parfum. The fragrance makes the wearer smell of dollars.
“I really feel that people who wear this will feel more confident,” McCarthy told AOL News. “I got the idea after reading a story about a Japanese study that showed a significant increase in worker productivity when the smell of money was pumped through vents into factories.”
McCarthy went on to produce his own perfume after trademarking the word “money” related to his fragrance:
Packed in real shredded US dollar bills, His Money opens with the woody aroma of newly printed money. A bold fusion of fresh ocean breezes and bright citrus notes are joined by rosemary, grass, and precious woods. Apply to your skin to create your own personal scent of success. Masculine. Daring. Unforgettable.
Packed in real shredded US dollar bills, Her Money begins with the clean scent of freshly minted bills. Vibrant pink grapefruit and mandarin pick up the theme, joined by freesia, passion fruit, Hawaiian wedding flower, and a soft hint of melon. Apply to your skin to create your own personal scent of success. Bold. Soft. Unforgettable.
The bottles of His Money or Her Money both retail for $35 each and are available immediately. “We have had quite a bit of positive customer feedback. I’d like to think that people will use it as part of our economic recovery,” said McCarthy.