Elon Musk, an active Twitter user, has been Tesla’s representative to the general public, informing them about the electric vehicle maker’s upcoming products and strategies.
On Wednesday, in reaction to a letter by a fifth grade student, the creator and CEO of Tesla made another statement on social media – the company will hold a contest for homemade ads.
Bria, child of Twitter user Steven, recommended that Musk must run a competition to find the best homemade commercial for automaker, which has been averse to commercials.
“Thank you for the lovely letter. That sounds like a great idea. We’ll do it!” Musk replied to the letter in a tweet.
Bria, who wants to become a politician, wrote in the letter that Tesla vehicles were the “best thing” she had ever seen and she wished to drive a Tesla vehicle in the future.
“You could give the winners a year of free Supercharging or a Model 3 Easter Egg or something,” Bria wrote in the letter, which was composed for a school task.
“The cool part is that you still will not be taking the time and cash to advertise for yourself,” she composed, adding “it would be so cool if you could hook me up with a Tesla t-shirt”.
She likewise expressed her dissatisfaction over Tesla cars not being sold in Michigan.
Steven, who shared the letter, is a reporter and a teacher at Art Institute of Michigan, according to his Twitter account.