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Got a question you’d like us and the readers to answer? This week’s question: Inspired by Tasha’s response about Jhoon Rhee self-defense last week—what are your favorite local advertisements, the ones you and your friends/family remember for years after they aired? Everyone I know from back home can automatically tell you his phone number, so they were effective mnemonic ads, if nothing else.—Dan Atkinson Kyle Ryan During the long days at Houston’s Lollipop Daycare circa 1980, we watched a lot of TV.Nothing got us wee ones more excited than the cheeseball commercial for Thunderbolt auto.In the 30-second spot, a jaunty country tune plays as we see a hot-stuff cowgirl—straight out of Urban Cowboy, filmed in Houston and released around that time—experiencing trouble with her land yacht.Today's marketing strategies aren't dreamed up in smoky rooms full of Mad Men.
Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences, and to ponder how our diverse lives all led us to convene here together. Mine are the commercials for Jim “The Hammer” Shapiro, who wanted to rip the hearts out of those who caused Rochester residents personal injury.
Consumer experience these days is not simply designed; it's engineered.
Research determines the ads you see, the scents and sounds you encounter in stores, even the way a salesperson might casually touch your arm.
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