16 greatest animal advertisers
Sometimes the best ‘spokes-people’ aren’t people at all. Take a look at these advertising icons and try to guess which companies they represent.
Rabbit from Trix cereal.....
Tucan from Fruit Loops
Tony the Tiger from Frosted Flakes
Cuckoo for Choco Puffs
Homey Bee for Cheerios
Bears from Charmin
Polar bears from Coke
Just to name a few ..... i guess you have to be OLD to remember some of these characters.... LOL
The AFLAC duck was actual a problem with Gilbert Godfrey making jokes about the Japan Tsunami, not 09/11. AFLAC has a huge number of customers in Japan that use their "gap" insurance.
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