Pop Culture Latinized, Mini Maxed, Food Freed, Chevy Silveradoed

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- Dallas agency Dieste Harmel & Partners explores the "Latin-ization" of pop culture and the ways of Hispanic teens in this week's edition of its podcast.

- Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners has mailed a black box to every MINI owner which contains a book called " A Dizzying Look At The Awesomeness of Small" and some included gadgets that will interact with ads breaking this month in Maxim and Blender. Check it all out here.

- This sounds really dumb but there's a restaurant that says it's ad-supported. i.e. the food is free.

- Campbell-Ewald has created an introductory site for the new Chevrolet Silverado pickup..

by Steve Hall    Aug- 2-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Trends and Culture   

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The Consumerist already de-bunked The Butter Trough. I am saddened this place does not exist. Then again, I'm not sure I would have been interested in eating butter made from "organic minerals."

Posted by: Lesley on August 2, 2006 2:33 PM





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