* A 1988 ad campaign for Red Rock cider in the style of ''PoliceSquad'', complete with none other than LeslieNielsen, ended with the slogan: "It's not red, and there's no rocks in it".
** Red Dog beer used the slogan "The logo is red, not the beer" because people literally thought the beer ''was'' red. Hopefully, they did not also think there were dogs in it.
* Many commercials for Apple Jacks cereal mention that "they don't taste like apples".
** [[Webcomic/CyanideAndHappiness "That's because you're eating batteries."]]
* Comedy and acrobatic troupe The Flying Karamazov Brothers are, as of April 2011, being advertised in London under the slogan: "They're not Russian, they don't fly and they're not brothers."
* Malibu Rum. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malibu_Rum According to the other wiki]], it was originally made in Curacao, then in Barbados, and is currently made in Canada. It was never made in California and the ad campaign doesn't even pretend it was.
* There are three brands of beer called "Bavaria" - one Dutch, one Colombian, and one Brazilian.
* GM's Pontiac brand, esp. in the John DeLorean era, had a knack for using names from motorsports on cars (with the notable exception of the Trans Am) or trim levels that had no connection to their namesakes (e.g., [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24_Hours_of_Le_Mans LeMans]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Prix_motor_racing Grand Prix]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMSA_GT_Championship#The_GTP_Era GTP]], etc.), and in fact, generally on cars that were not intended for any major racing series (or usually, not for any racing at all after the early 70s). Most [[BlatantLies blatant]] was naming the Pontiac GTO, which stood for (translated from Italian) "Grand Touring Homologated" despite the fact that Pontiac had [[http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2003-05-11/travel/0305110361_1_pontiac-gto-enzo-ferrari-ferrari-north-america by that point]] ''dropped out of factory-supported racing altogether'' and would never homogolize a car for Grand Touring Car racing.