Watch The Chevy Ad That Was Too Racy For The American Family Association
The American Family Association put out an email alert this weekend announcing that the group’s members had successfully pressured Chevrolet to pull a Silverado commercial that had aired during a couple of NFL games. We were of course curious to view the ad that the AFA described as “profanity-laced” and including “gutter language.”
No, the AFA was not upset by the ad's reliance on tired gender stereotypes. Instead, the group explained in a previous alert, they objected that "the announcer forcefully declares some tailgating activities should 'be damned.'"
"Chevrolet's use of profanity is irresponsible and offensive. It is extremely destructive and damaging to impressionable children viewing the commercial," they added.
Organizations:American Family Association
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