As the Holiday season nears closer and closer as does the excitement for festivities, traditions, and cheer. While most holiday ad campaigns are uplifting, positive, and centered around family morals, I personally was appalled by Bloomingdales’ newest campaign that states, “Spike your best friend’s eggnog when they’re not looking.” Not
Carl’s Jr. just recently released a commercial promoting their new TexMex burger that tastefully incorporated the controversial topic of illegal immigration. In the commercial, two teams of attractive girls, one representing Texas and one representing Mexico, squared off in a volleyball game. The game was to determine whether the burger
Dove used a FBI-trained forensics artist, Gil Zamora, to sketch women volunteers. There were two sketches of each woman, one from her describing herself and the other from a stranger describing her. The differences between the two sketches were extreme. Dove was promoting their Campaign for Real Beauty by showing
In the last few years, Verve Energy Drink has been trying to make its way into the lives of high school and college students. People sell it and try to get other people to sell it, but the main problem with it is people are considering it a pyramid scheme.
This group presents the dichotomy of fiction versus reality in society’s frustrations. Yomango, slang for I steal in Spanish, is a movement that uses shoplifting to disrupt and rebel against the commercial system. Beautifultrouble.org states that “stealing (labor, time, ideas, lives) is what transnationals do. What Yomango does is ethical