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A couple of days ago the Wall Street Journal posted a study that shows consumers consider the top three most patriotic brands in the U.S. to be: Jeep, Levi's, and Coca-Cola in that order. Food for thought as we toast the country's 238th birthday tomorrow.

As an interesting side note, the bottom left photo from 1948 is not a Coca-Cola ad, but a LIFE Magazine photo of a model being sprayed with DDT. The idea for the photo was to demonstrate how the (now-banned) insecticide wouldn't contaminate her food or drink. Now it's clear that DDT was not good for humans or the planet, and scientists note that the US ban on DDT was a major factor in the comeback of the bald eagle—so I guess if I'm ever asked to take a consumer poll, I'm going all out for the EPA as the most patriotic brand in America!
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ironic that Levi's would be included, considering the fact that they make hardly anything in the USA itself. Proof of the power of marketing. Always check the label!

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Mamavalveeta03 said...

That poor model!!!

Poppy K said...

The DDT model bears resemblance to Betty Page, but I can't imagine a squeaky clean magazine like LIFE using her as a model! Scandalous!