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Step Aside, Waifs. Ronda Rousey Is Carl's Jr.'s Newest Sandwich-Devouring Ad Star

For years Carl's Jr.'s spots have had a consistent formula: Take one beautiful and scantily clad model that would probably never eat Carl's Jr., add a few double entendres that highlight the ...
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Brand is into defying expectations these days
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For years Carl's Jr.'s spots have had a consistent formula: Take one beautiful and scantily clad model that would probably never eat Carl's Jr., add a few double entendres that highlight the ...
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The latest installment of MTV's "Look Different" anti-bias campaign looks a whole lot different than last month's showing, an over-the-top, multichannel satire about a Geek Squad-style team of ...
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The continuing quest for a hybrid hamburger
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For something proposed as a peace offering, this McWhopper idea from Burger King sure seems to be escalating the burger wars.
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Boston's Breakaway builds it from the ground up
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If you're looking for an inspirational or insightful quote about the state of advertising, the industry or creativity, look no further than the men and women at the top. Ad execs are never short on words about ...
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New campaign repositions brand as simple solution
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Skewering business jargon, especially tech jargon, seems to be the latest marketing trend for business-to-business companies. Xerox's new campaign is the most recent effort, positioning the brand as the more ...
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