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The ad that changed advertising. The story behind Volkswagen’s Think Small campaign.
How to advertise a challenger brand, 101. Above are the two main ads that launched the Volkswagen brand in America. "Lemon" ad copy starts: "This Volkswagen missed the boat. The chrome strip on ...
The Lemon Law. The Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act is a United States federal law enacted in 1975 to protect consumers from deceptive warranty practices. The Act was sponsored by Senator Warren G. Magnuson of Washington with co-sponsors Senator Frank Moss of Utah, and U.S. Representative John E. Moss of California.
One of VW’s first export markets was Holland, where a man by the name of Ben Pon sold 56 cars so successfully that Nordhoff called upon him in 1949 to make a go at the U.S. market.
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History. In 1949, William Bernbach, along with colleagues, Ned Doyle and Maxwell Dane, formed Doyle Dane Bernbach (DDB), the Manhattan advertising agency that would create the revolutionary Volkswagen ad campaigns of the 1950s and 1960s. Bernbach's artistic approach to print advertising was innovative, and he understood that advertising did not sell products.
Who Created the VW Beetle? Béla Barényi - Some credit Béla Barényi as having conceived the basic design for the Volkswagen Beetle in 1925. Barényi was a Hungarian-Austrian engineer, regarded as the "father of passive safety in automobiles." He was born near Vienna, Austria in 1907.
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This final special edition (badged Ultima Edicion), that more significantly marks final production of the air-cooled Beetle, was unveiled on Thursday 10th July, 2003 at a presentation at the Volkswagen plant where it is built in Puebla, east of Mexico City.