Archive for June, 2010

What Were They Thinking? (Part Two)

What Were They Thinking? (Part Two)

Following-up on Monday’s entry (two posts down from this one), the topic is, once again, PR blunders. #2: THIS LITTLE PIGGIE WENT WEEWEEWEE ALL THE WAY TO COURT. The National Pork Board is threatening the makers of Canned Unicorn with a copyright infringement lawsuit. One would assume the Pork Board did not want this issue

Our First Ad For Baggett.

Our First Ad For Baggett.

Baggett Transportation is a privately-owned trucking firm specializing in military equipment and munitions transport. For background, we interviewed several of their drivers. They consistently reported what a good company Baggett is to work with. And how proud they were to be serving the armed forces. Our ad is  based entirely on our interview with the

What Were They Thinking? (Part One)

What Were They Thinking? (Part One)

Our topic is PR blunders, and was inspired by two classic gaffes I discovered just today. NUMBER 1: THAT’S YOUR LAST SHRED OF CREDIBILITY SAILING AWAY. By now, you’ve surely heard that BP CEO Tony “I Want My Life Back” Hayward gloriously reclaimed some of his old life this past weekend by competing in a

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