Branding Roundtable 26
The Rebranding of America
For decades, pundits and populists alike have lamented the outsized impact of advertising on elections, especially in the United States. Nonetheless, one of the most surprising political upsets in recent history was just accomplished not by big money and the ads it bought, but by Big Brand.
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