WHICH ANIMATED SPOKESMAN DO YOU TRUST THE MOST?

March 13, 2010

In a world where every one is looking for transparency and truth in advertising one group has been dangerously overlooked…the cartoon and computer generated spokesman. What do we really know about them?

Why should we trust a Gecko when it comes to car insurance? What do Bears know about toilet issue? What can a duck tell us about an accident policy? Am I being paranoid to think the Road Runner Might be trying to pull a fast one, or those M&Ms might have a hidden agenda? Should children be warned about speaking to strange Kool-Aid Pitchers?

Do you know how many millions and millions of dollars we’ve spent on the advice of these characters…and we don’t even know their names! It might be time to bring the characters back, who were the trusted voices of our generation.


AND FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE WONDERING WHAT HAPPENED TO JOE CAMEL.

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3 Responses to “WHICH ANIMATED SPOKESMAN DO YOU TRUST THE MOST?”

  1. Marva Holiday Says:

    Bucky Beaver commercials made me beg my mom for Ipana toothpaste, Artie 🙂

  2. ann munday Says:

    I don’t particularly trust advertising at all, however, I do enjoy the gecko.
    And I rather like (although no an animation) the restaurant chain CEO who walks around (can’t imagine what that actor must feel like – oh, you’re that guy!) with the restaurant logo as his head.
    I do remember that the gecko is Geico Insurance, but can’t remember the restaurant chain.
    Does this mean anything.
    Ok, having just written that – now, I remember Jack In The Box!
    love ann

  3. Amin Says:

    Like the Joe Camel Vid


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