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11th Mar '17 3:43:51 PM nombretomado
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** Their Japanese outlets offered a special-edition Whopper promoting the launch of MicrosoftWindows 7. Appropriately, it had '''seven patties''', and sold for ¥777.

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** Their Japanese outlets offered a special-edition Whopper promoting the launch of MicrosoftWindows UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows 7. Appropriately, it had '''seven patties''', and sold for ¥777.
4th Mar '17 10:00:54 PM Lirodon
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* A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6etOdPkNAXs 2014 ad]] features the Ms. Brown M&M attempting to, and failing at getting insurance from the {{Advertising/Geico}} Gecko, because they only do insurance plans for humans, and then proceeds to bump into the Hump Day Camel on her way out. Berkshire Hathaway owns both.

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* A [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6etOdPkNAXs 2014 ad]] features the Ms. Brown M&M attempting to, and failing at getting struggling to purchase insurance from the {{Advertising/Geico}} Gecko, because they only do insurance plans for humans, and then not sentient candies. She proceeds to bump into the Hump Day Camel on her way out. Berkshire Hathaway owns both.
4th Mar '17 9:59:02 PM Lirodon
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* Golf Channel runs ads with golfers plugging Titleist as their choice of golf balls ... and then ''Golf Central'' as their choice for golf news (the show happens to be sponsored by Titleist).
27th Feb '17 10:44:56 PM JMQwilleran
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* Nissan did a cross-promotion with the ''Franchise/StarWars'' film ''Film/RogueOne'' with its 2017 Nissan Rogue vehicle.
23rd Feb '17 7:34:42 PM BDF5000
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* A [=YouTube=] commercial in November 2016 promotes both the 2017 Ford Fusion and the Viz dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon''. A very odd choice, since the target demographic for ''Sailor Moon'' generally does not consist of people who would be interested in sedans, and vice versa.

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* A [=YouTube=] commercial in November 2016 promotes both the 2017 Ford Fusion and the Viz dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon''. A very odd choice, choice considering Ford's withdrawal from Japan several months earlier, and also since the target demographic for ''Sailor Moon'' generally does not consist of people who would be interested in sedans, and vice versa.
11th Jan '17 7:05:08 PM Midna
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* A [=YouTube=] commercial in November 2016 promotes both the 2017 Ford Fusion and the Viz dub of ''Anime/SailorMoon''. A very odd choice, since the target demographic for ''Sailor Moon'' generally does not consist of people who would be interested in sedans, and vice versa.
9th Jan '17 11:31:54 AM Lirodon
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** Returning the favor, the games would feature cross-promotion of ABC's ''New Year's Rockin' Eve''; the Orange Bowl had a report from Times Square at halftime by Ryan Seacrest, and the Cotton Bowl put up "On Stage Now" graphics advertising performers. Michigan State fans were probably [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere relieved to know that they could watch]] a pre-recoreded performance by Music/DemiLovato instead of the ensuing CurbStompBattle against Alabama ([[EpicFail Michigan State lost 38-0!]]). If contradictory advertising was part of the plan, it definitely worked: ratings for the 2015 semi-finals were worse than the ones held only 364 days prior.

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** Returning the favor, the games would feature cross-promotion of ABC's ''New Year's Rockin' Eve''; the Orange Bowl had a report from Times Square at halftime by Ryan Seacrest, and the Cotton Bowl put up "On Stage Now" graphics advertising performers. Michigan State fans were probably [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere relieved to know that they could watch]] a pre-recoreded pre-recorded performance by Music/DemiLovato instead of the ensuing live CurbStompBattle against Alabama the Crimson Tide were subjecting them to ([[EpicFail Michigan State lost Alabama won 38-0!]]). If contradictory advertising was part of the plan, it definitely worked: ratings for the 2015 semi-finals were worse than the ones held only 364 days prior.
9th Jan '17 11:27:11 AM Lirodon
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** Later that season, ESPN also managed to get ABC's soap opera ''Series/GeneralHospital'' to promote the College Football Playoff semi-finals via awkward scenes in an episode set on New Year's Eve, in which people at a bar dressed in "Who's In?" (a tagline ESPN had been using) shirts blatantly touted their preference for watching the games, December 31st, New Year's Eve on ESPN, instead of going to a New Year's party, right in front of a poster for them. Where the non-ironic overlap in demographics between soaps and football is, we will never know.
** Said semi-finals also featured cross-promotion of Creator/{{ABC}}'s ''New Year's Rockin' Eve''; the Orange Bowl had a report from Times Square at halftime by Ryan Seacrest, and the Cotton Bowl actually put up "On Stage Now" graphics advertising performers. Michigan State fans were probably [[SarcasmMode relieved to know]] that [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere they could watch]] a performance by Music/DemiLovato instead of the ensuing CurbStompBattle against Alabama. If contradictory marketing messages were part of the plan, it definitely worked: ratings for the 2015 semi-finals were worse than the ones held only 364 days prior.

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** Later that season, ESPN also managed to get ABC's Creator/{{ABC}}'s soap opera ''Series/GeneralHospital'' to promote the 2015 College Football Playoff semi-finals via semi-finals. In an awkward scenes in an episode scene set at a bar on New Year's Eve, in which people at a bar dressed in "Who's In?" (a tagline ESPN had been using) using to promote the games) shirts blatantly touted their preference for watching the games, College Football Playoff Semi-finals, December 31st, 31st on ESPN, for the first time on New Year's Eve on ESPN, Eve!, instead of going to a New Year's party, right party. Right in front of a promotional poster for them. Where it.
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25th Nov '16 8:00:51 PM storyyeller
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl3aJms0xGQ An ad]] promoted both Google Photos and {{Disney/Zootopia}}.

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** * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl3aJms0xGQ An ad]] promoted both Google Photos and {{Disney/Zootopia}}.
25th Nov '16 8:00:38 PM storyyeller
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl3aJms0xGQ An ad]] promoted both Google Photos and {{Disney/Zootopia}}.
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