90s

She Was The Face Of Snapple For A Generation, But Where Did Wendy The Snapple Lady Pop Off To?

Wendy Kaufman, best known as "The Snapple Lady" was hard to miss during the early 1990s. She went from working at her best friend's father's company, Snapple Beverage Corporation, to being the spokesperson and face of the brand for a few years. YouTubeWendy's rise to fame came after the company discovered that during her free time she had been replying to every single fan mail that was addressed to Snapple. When the beverage company hired a new advertising agency, Kirshenbaum & Bond, they created a campaign around Wendy's quirky and energetic "Snapple Lady" persona. Soon after she signed the contract, Wendy

80s

The Truth Behind 'New Coke' And Why They Thought It Was A Good Idea To Change A Classic

Basically everyone has had a Coca Cola beverage in their life. Whether it's a classic Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Sprite, the company makes a bunch of different flavors that we all remember drinking since we were kids. The thing is, there has always been this weird period of time that we hear about when Coca-Cola messed up royally. Some of us even remember it first-hand, but do you actually know the truth behind Coca-Cola's attempted 'New Coke' fiasco? CocaColaHow it startedCoca-Cola had been the leading soda company in the country for decades, but by the early 80s, they were losing

90s

10 Pepsi Commercials That Were So Good We Almost Gave Up Drinking Coke

If there is one company who used to do a good job of making iconic commercials, it's Pepsi. They have always put a lot of effort into making their commercials memorable and usually they succeed. They might not be as good as they used to, but throughout the 90s and early 2000s they were the best. The fact is, they used a lot of famous songs and famous faces to help attract their customers' attentions and over the years it has had varying success. Some of their commercials have been pretty memorable, and we are going to look back at

90s

13 Completely Ridiculous Commercials From The 90s That Made Absolutely No Sense

Commercials are never really the best content you can see on TV, but there are some that are better than others. The problem is, they have to be either REALLY good or REALLY bad if you want them to be memorable. It's a choice that marketing teams have to make, and it seems like in the 90s, everyone went for the really bad option. It seemed like they all embraced the cheesy and ridiculous methods that would get people's attention and I guess technically it worked. Twenty years later we are still trying to figure out why they made these

TV

This McDonald's Commercial Will Have You Looking At George Costanza In An All New Way

Every actor has to pay their dues if they want to make it in showbiz. Sometimes that involves playing extras, or doing print work but most often actors do commercials to get their face out there.Jason Alexander is most notable for his role of the always cranky George Costanza on Seinfeld. However, before he was angry all the time he was doing his best to make it in the world and sometimes to do that you have to go to McDonald's.Alexander was the star of the commercial for the super impressive "McDLT". What was a McDLT you ask?

70s

Almost 40 Years Later The Stars Of This Classic Commercial Reunited

If you grew up in the 70s or 80s you'll instantly recognize this classic ad for Coca-Cola.The commercial, which features Pittsburgh Steelers star "Mean" Joe Greene giving his jersey to a young fan, has become one of the most famous Superbowl ads of all time. To this day, fans of Greene's still repeat his famous line "Hey kid, catch!" and he's probably more famous for the 60 second ad than his actual football career.That's why last year CBS surprised the athlete by reuniting him with actor Tommy Okon, who played the fan in the commercial when he was