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Now, let's be fair. This company will drive anyone to drink.
It's a great marketing idea. It instantly gets the advertiser's attention. The haters wouldn't recognize a good idea if it was sitting in the shot glass at their local pub.
Alcohol. Wow. Genius. Those damned "haters." This great leader of a company with nothing to offer -- save here's a stiff shot, mate, no need to wonder about how many lives destroyed.Haters, indeed.
Hey 6:48 - Yes, maybe they'll buy an ad if you get 'em drunk first. Worth a try.And, why the hell would an advertiser - or anyone - want a bottle of whisky with Carol Hahn's business card printed on the front?
To promote the advertiser trip to Scotland. Get a clue for heavens sake. It's a promotion and a pretty good one.
Did they prit up any that said "EXQUIRER?"
^ "print" was intentionally misspelled, BTW, for added comedic effect ^
Then why didn't you put the ADVERTISER'S logo on the bottle? Wouldn't that have been even cooler...... for heaven's sake?
6:22 you must be a "journalist." no sales rep would ask such a naive question. It's a. PROMOTION. You put your companies name on it!!!!!
How did they get into Hunke's private lair?
Why not a bottle of banana liquer, if promoting the Enqy?
Booze, broads and advertising. So cool, like something from Mad Men. Wonder if Carol Hahn sang "Zou Bisou Bisou" to her clients there at the Scottish distillery.
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