Enta has embarked on a 23-day promotion which is encouraging staff – and suppliers – to dress up as if they're from the 1980s.
Jon Atherton, vice president at Entatech, said in a press statement that staff are being encouraged to decorate the office accordingly, as well as themselves.
They may dress as celebs, or simply in fashions reminiscent of the 80s, such as shell suits or leg warmers.
They appear to have sent us photos of people dressed up as Superman, Wonder Woman and Supergirl, as well as someone dressed as an M&M (pictured, below) – sorry, our mistake: apparently that's Zippy from children's TV show Rainbow.
"Trading in October is generally a great month for sales and with the Olympics pushing back the holiday season this year, that is going to be truer than ever in 2012," said Atherton.
"The October 80s promotion will aim to make the most of the heightened levels of activity with a whole range of exclusive offers."
Prizes will also be available for partners and customers to compete for, he said, including a Fujitsu laptop. Offers have been made from Microsoft, Intel, Kaspersky, Kingston, Trendnet and "many others", according to Atherton.
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