I don't think it should stop you from buying it. This is the new norm. Marking agencies know us "crazy conspiracy theorists" will talk about this.
I'm sure it's not their only ad campaign. Just one arm of it.
But, if that's your prerogative that's your deal. Probably will save a bit of money
Nail on the head Above! It is Swedish Vodka. And it is pretty much the only vodka my husband buy these days.
As for the marketing campaign, they are just trying to be sexy and futuristic. Throw in a little controversial message and boom, you've got yourself
viral marketing. I work in marketing and the rule of thumb is, if no one is commenting on your campaign, good or bad, then it's not working. I've
actually seen controversy pushed in marketing because it does get "word of mouth" going. If it backfires, then they can always pull the ad and
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