'When advertising was interesting' and cars were elegant! I'll have one too!
And when nobody thought about fossil fuels and pollution. Oh,the time of innocence.
Actually catering to the female buyer?? Considering the time in history that is amazing. Were we even able to vote then??
GRANNYMAR: We'd have a great time!TABOR: Just fewer people to my mind. We see what we want to see. AKPATTI: There must have been a sharp cookie in marketing.Women have had the right to vote since 1869 in Wyoming. This ad is dated 1923. The Nineenth Amendment wasn't ratified til 8-18-1920, when it became the law of the land. Mississippi didn't ratify it til 1984...
You were able to vote back then? Are sure Patti? That was an awful long time ago. Sorry...I couldn't help myself.
Have a wonderful holiday!
GRAYQUILL: You look'n for trouble...don't think I'd mess with Our Miss Patti.B: Thanks, I did!
I like it! It tells a story!
I can feel the breeze in my hair...
GRANNY SUE: I liked it's short story, as well.CELIA: Can't you just...
Have tried everything and cannot open picture on this post.
GRANNY ANNIE: I haven't a clue what the problem is...working fine here.
An imaginative and seductive ad. And you are right -- targeting women was a bold move for the time.
Love that ad..I think things have changed a bit in the car sale business...seems the used cars with 50,000 miles are going for just about as much as the new ones!