The Re-Branding of America: PR and Politics — in a nutshell

Media, Politics, re:brand – America, TK:DC, TrapperKeeper

“When evil needs public relations, evil has Burson-Marsteller on speed dial …”

When your cat died: curiosity called Burson-Marsteller; when Baja Men made a scene about dogs running rampant: “who” called Burson-Marsteller; when The Beatles broke up: Yoko Ono called Burson-Marsteller; when you didn’t get an Easy Bake Oven for Christmas ’93: Santa called Burson-Marsteller; when NYU rejected you: the SATs called Burson-Marsteller; when you couldn’t make that job interview: the malfunctioning Red Line train to Glenmont called Burson-Marsteller; when Jack died and “let go”: the North Atlantic called Burson-Marsteller; when Michael Phelps lost Kellogg’s: the bong called Burson-Marsteller …

Watch this space

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