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It is a known fact that advertisement is everywhere Nonetheless I was still shock that in my routine of school library and back home that I encountered about 74 advertisements Most of the advertisements I seen were from watching television while going to bed Although I did encountered some on YouTube which come on before the desired video do The most abstract place I seen advertisement was in one of the Mint Building First Floors restroom The ad was for a study on women who used drugs on or where in abusive relationship I realized that I encountered advertisement everywhere I look Most ads tried to make people feel as if they need this product in their life to better their life in a wayOut of all the ads I encountered there was one commercial that stop me in my tracks and more me watch I was on YouTube when this commercial came on before my desired video It came on saying And on the eighth day God look down on its planned paradise and said I need a caretaker while showing an image of a house on a farm The commercial then stated So God made a farmer while showing an image of a farmer The commercial that went on to say how God said he needed someone to do the things that farmers do The commercial shows images of farmers throughout its 2-3 minute time span The commercial continued to say the famer would stand with smiling eyes while his son replies I want to spend my life doing what dad does At the end of the commercial it writes to the farmer in all of us while showing a picture of a Chrysler dodge Ram Truck Since this was the first time seeing this commercial I did not know what product that was being advertised until the end of the commercial This commercial uses emotion branding in every sense The commercial
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