keeks137 wrote:Here's a classy note from an article in Ad Sense- something I have to read at work.
One of the companies that used him as a pitchman are temporarily removing his spots from TV. They're not sure if this is going to be a permanent decision but will discuss the issue with his wife at the funeral.
This is about as classy as Jackson's dad pimping his record label with Usher to the media asking about his son's death (would have posted that in the Jackson thread, but already saw someone do it).
Stay classy America.
Actually from articles I have read they have already talked to the family and the family WANTED ad's to stay on because Billy would've wanted that. This version is the worst I've heard
Well thank the gods for that. It was Ad Age, not Ad Sense. That snippit was from under a heading of "What Billy Would Have Wanted," but it made it sound like the writer was speculating that this is what Billy would have wanted. It also made it sound like that they'd be talking for the first time at the funeral, which is a weird sentence just to throw into the article.