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Exactly! This commercial series was used as a case study for marketing when I was in grad school.
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@Browneye57. I'm actually 51 and was in high school through the 80's. I ever the cocaine craze and when crack and AIDS hit the country was in panic.
I'm damn lucky I survived. We'd snort coke and play cards or pool all night, till the sun came up. Talk about dragged out. LOL
@Browneye57. I never did drugs but I sure watched my big brother and his friends party hard.
Oh, come on. I think their uniforms are very attractive.
@Jamie05rhs Some people like re-heated fast food too.
@Hispanic-Cool-Guy. Would you "fly Judy"?
Come on man, she says you can fly her "morning , noon, and night"!
@karaspara Ha! There was a whole series of these "fly me" commercials by National, which men LOVED and women HATED. When I was in grad school for an MBA we watched these to discuss marketing by gender.
Sex sells we all know that
@karaspara. Yes but as a woman this add repulses you. This series was a risk as National knew it would drive women away but increase revenue from men.
16 Years before I was born lol I don't care if I'd been around then it would have perhaps made me think of being an air stewardess whereas now no chance
And it worked, overall revenue went up.I should mention this was when airlines were regulated.
Of course it worked the average person was able to fly affordably for the first time and being cabin crew looked glamorous
@karaspara. Actually air fares were MUCH higher in the 70's. I remember going to see my Dad in 1977/8? And the ticket cost 700 dollars.
Granted but comparatively it was the first time the masses were able to fly particularly internationally
@ewok737. True enough, I'm sure she's been "flown" plenty.