Woof in advertising: Don’t judge too quickly
Ameriquest was one of America’s leading wholesale lending companies, one that’s said to have been a prime contributor to the economic mess we’re in now.
It advertised on blimps, sponsored the Rolling Stones 2005 U.S. tour, backed NASCAR drivers and, for a while, The Texas Rangers’ stadium bore its name. It advertised heavily on television.
“Proud sponsor of the American dream” was one of its slogans; “Do the right thing,” another.
“Don’t Judge Too Quickly” was the catchphrase of one of its advertising series, which included this one, in which a man finishes lunch in the park with his dog, then drops his dessert — a brownie — on the ground.
He’s just picking it up from behind his dog when a woman and her granddaughter see him, and watch as he takes a bite.
Posted by jwoestendiek August 28th, 2011 under Muttsblog, videos.
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