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For this week's edition of Ad Age Rewind, we take a look at an ad that ran on MTV in 1983 for the classic race car game "Pole Position."
While the retailer revamps its ad strategy and logo to refocus on its roots, we take a look at ads from the store's heyday in the 1970s.
We take a look at the origins of this classic ad campaign.
In 2010 commercial, she smiled sweetly (instead of gritting her teeth), wore suspenders and made peace signs.
As calls come for 2014 boycott, a look at the marketer fallout around the games more than three decades ago.
HelloFlo's 'Camp Gyno' inspires us to look back on the olden days of feminine-care advertising.
That song's still stuck in your head, isn't it?
A look back at a classic Levi's ad in honor of the 140th anniversary of the blue jean this week.
Long before Jared was a spokesman, the sandwich chain was touting the freshness of its products.
This black & white spot for the Mars brand helped propel the now-famous "Melts in Your Mouth, Not in Your Hand" tagline.
"Mad Men" storylines don't always square with history.
The Kool-Aid pitcherman (and pitchman) is getting a makeover after nearly 60 years. Oh yeah!
Fred and Co. hold the crown as the most popular cartoon characters ever used to sell products, from smokes to hair products.
A look back at one of Budweiser's most popular beer campaigns, by the now-defunct D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles in St. Louis.
Ed Koch, who died today, is rightly being remembered as a great mayor who saved New York City from financial failure.
Back in 2010, Michelob said Lance Armstrong was a model for "beer drinkers who lead active lifestyles."
Before the Tinseltown awards and epic speeches, Jodie Foster was a Madison Avenue darling.
No pale losers for this video-game ad, an aesthetic crossroads of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "Porky's" and "Tron." Or something.
As brand prepares to celebrate 140 years, we take a look back at the first spot, which aired in the Netherlands in 1968.