• Friday, Sep. 6, 2002
Imitation: The Sincerest Form Of Realization

Getting to adults through their kids is nothing new in strategic advertising circles. Spots airing during Saturday morning cartoons, for example, have been cause for controversy to varying degrees, promoting toys and sugar-laden cereals, which kids ask—if not beg—their parents to buy.


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