Onlooker Jan Clair told CBS Los Angeles she doesnt agree with the company using the image of a Muslim woman and U.S. soldier to sell an unrelated product. Its a shock factor Trying to shock you into looking at it. But to each their own, Clair said. Devemark disagrees. People feel that we are trying to misuse the image of military servicemen, she said.
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Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say
Evans commented on his Facebook page regarding the ad he posed for: I did this because I am no stranger to other peoples discrimination, Evans wrote. Many see the attention-getting ad as simply a way to exploit the product. To which any marketer would say: Exactly. The buzz this ad creates only drives more attention to whats being sold.
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Anti-snore billboard of US soldier hugging Muslim girlfriend causes clamor
:0) I now have a 17month old Boy who snores like crazy! lol August 20, 2013 at 11:04 | Report abuse | Charlie Our middle son, which is 4 now, was breastfed until he was 15 months old. He never ONCE took a bottle, he refused it. Once he was 7 months old he was eating some baby food, but still breastfed.
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