World Cup advertisers not so interested in women
The New York Yankees offer pink tees with rhinestones. Nascar's got racing-themed high heels. The World Cup? For the women who make up approximately 39% of this year's viewers, Reuters reporter Jeffrey Goldfarb claims they get bupkis, nada, zilch; advertisers seem to be only out for the male dollar. Uli Becker, Adidas' head of global brand marketing explained: "It's the male World Cup, not the female one, therefore messaging is obviously more male-driven. At next year's women's World Cup in China, we'll have our answers to women's football."
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