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    Sa Pakistan yan

    a sanitary napkin ad in Karachi

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    Quote Originally Posted by roninblade View Post


    :bwahaha:

    that's smart.

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    Galing ah ! :hysterical:

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    He-he! Sa Pakistan yan?

    Nice ad......

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    WikiLeaks inspires sanitary pad advert
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Wi...-advert/725947
    That Pakistanis are a creative people was proved yet again when an advertisement company smartly turned the WikiLeaks saga to its advantage by using the whistle-blowing website’s name to plug a new line of sanitary napkins.

    WikiLeaks became a household name at a time when “Butterfly” — the new line of sanitary napkins — needed a grand introduction to penetrate the Pakistani market. Karachi-based RG Blue Communications decided to marry the two with the punchline: “WikiLeaks Butterfly doesn’t”.

    Amjad Hussain, head of business development at RG Blue, told The Express Tribune that the advertisement had got a good response and, “nobody has said it’s in bad taste yet!” According to Hussain, Butterfly was a new client. The company loved the idea when it was pitched to them and the campaign was rolled out very quickly, he said.

    Munir Bhatti, the agency’s art director, has been inundated with phone calls since the billboards were put up in Karachi.

Some people already found a way to use Wikileaks in advertising